Advanced Screening of New Partnership Documentary at Google

Advanced Screening of New Partnership Documentary at Google- Partnership for Drug-Free Kids- blog post imageOn March 9, the Partnership co-hosted an advanced screening of our new documentary, BREAKING POINTS, with Google at their headquarters in Mountain View, California.

The capacity audience was the first to see our short-form documentary exploring the stress and pressure our teens face every day, and the unhealthy ways they cope.

Featured in the film are high school and college students who talk candidly about their stress and anxiety about school, extracurricular activities, tests, friendships and more, and experts including Dr. Nora Volkow, Director, National Institute on Drug Abuse; Denise Pope, Success Challenge, Stanford University; Alan Schwarz, Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist, The New York Times; and many others.

The advanced premiere was followed by an energetic panel discussion of experts, including:

Take a look at some photos from the advanced screening on our Instagram page, and view the BREAKING POINTS trailer here.

BREAKING POINTS will formally launch this April and will be available for download on drugfree.org. The film is part of the nonprofit’s Medicine Abuse Project, a national action campaign with a goal of preventing half a million kids from abusing medicine. We are thankful to Google for their support of the Medicine Abuse Project and for hosting the screening.

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    Dennis Trask

    March 28, 2016 at 5:19 PM

    Thanks for doing this, sharp.

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    Dennis Trask

    March 28, 2016 at 5:18 PM

    Thanks for doing this, it looks sharp.

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