The opiate epidemic claims the lives of thousands every year. In this documentary we hear directly from the family of James "Tim" Richter just one month after he died of an opiate overdose.
We also hear from a group of individuals that deal daily with substance abuse whether it is through their own recovery or their calling to help others.
This documentary is an emotional rollercoaster that offers a very raw view in to the world of substance abuse to include, the causes, the struggle, the cost, and the recovery.
best screenplay for a feature documentary
MEET THE CREATORS OF THE DOCUMENTARY
17 years as a law enforcement officer has allowed Stephen to see just how much damage substance abuse can do to the individual and to that person's family. He wanted to create a documentary to help those impacted by substance and hopefully save lives and bring peace to those who need it.
Stephen co-hosts The Black Dog Confessional Podcast with his long time friend, Chris Cardinal which addresses various topics going on in today's society.
Stephen also runs the small 501c3 non-profit LEOSA which is a social media site that provides up to date drug awareness information.
As a filmmaker Josh has been driven to tell stories worth being heard.
After completing his degree in filmmaking at Sam Houston State University, Josh followed his passion and heavily invested his time in the film and video industry.
This is the first feature film for Josh as he plans to take on many more ambitious projects in his career.
IN MEMORY OF JAMES TIMOTHY RICHTER
coming clean documentary
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