1. • Not a Game •

    Not a Game is an educational tool for teachers and parents of elementary school children on the dangers of crystal meth. Guided by an advisory panel of medical, educational, and law enforcement professionals, Not a Game delivers an age-appropriate message to our most valuable and vulnerable resource: our children.

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  2. • Scathed •

    Crystal methamphetamine has roared across the globe, leaving wrecked lives, broken dreams, and death in its wake. Its use has cost millions in policing and health expenditures. Scathed analyzes the problem through the eyes of current and recovering users, their families, health-care workers and police. This hard-hitting documentary demonstrates that using crystal meth is a poison derived from poisons. Scathed is suitable for high school students, their parents, educators, and anyone interested in understanding the seductive lure of illicit drugs.

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  4. • Through a Blue Lens •

    Constable Al Arsenault, along with six other policemen who made up the Odd Squad, document the people on their beat in order to create a powerful film about drug abuse. This group of officers developed a unique relationship with addicted people in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. In this documentary, they talk openly about how they got to the streets. The participants in this documentary send a powerful message of caution to others about the dangers of drug abuse. Through a Blue Lens has proven to be one of the NFB’s most successful films since opening its doors in 1939.

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  5. • Tears for April (Feature) •

    This film destroys the myth that drug abuse affects just the user as life and death unfolds in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. Tears for April: Beyond the Blue Lens follows the short, tragic life of April Reoch as told by the beat cop who first warned the fresh-faced 17-year old to leave the streets. Within six months, April was hooked on drugs and prostituting herself. We follow April’s life-and-death struggle: from those first days on the street, through her struggles to get clean, to finding her body on Christmas Day, and into jail where her murderer laments her death. Five other characters, also seen in Through a Blue Lens (1999), are woven into this compelling documentary.

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