Life is Good – ICE at Mark’s Garage

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ICE at Mark’s Garage

“On May 21, Hawai‘i Women in Filmmaking presents Meet the Filmmaker | Edgy Lee, who will introduce her film ICE, Hawaii’s Crystal Meth Epidemic, with a Q&A session after film with Alan Johnson, Hawaii Substance Abuse Coalition and Hina Mauka CEO, Debra Kissinger, D.O. Ph.D. UH Medical School, Alan Shinn, Coalition for Drug Free Hawaii; and Bim Strausser, Hina Mauka Psychiatrist.”

Monday’s screening is organized by Vera Zambonelli as part of her series on women in film, presented free to the public, co-hosted by Hina Mauka, IHS, HSAC, Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii and The Pacific Arts Foundation. @The ARTS at Marks Garage– Monday, May 21 | from 6:00 to 8:00p. Limited seating. This feature documentary film first aired in 2003 across the state of Hawaii on all television stations in an unprecedented simulcast (eleven TV stations, four radio stations) commercial free, broadcast during prime time donated by all the major network affiliates and stations.

In addition to this generous donation, the list of entities and individuals who funded production of this film and the sequel that aired the following year (“Life or Meth – Hawaii’s Youth”) totaled over 60 Hawaii-based corporations and private individuals.

Major funding for the film was made by the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation. Additional funding by ABC Stores, The Bainum Foundation, Unity House, The Waikoloa Foundation, Betty & Theodore G.M. Jung, Atherton Family Foundation, McDonald’s, and HMSA.

Other Sponsors included First Hawaiian Bank, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Kaiser Permanente Hawaii, Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children, Papa Ola Lokahi, Hawaii State Dept of Health, Aloha Airlines, Alexander & Baldwin Foundation, the Law Offices of Jim Nicholson, Five Mountains Hawaii, Maui County Dept of Housing and Human Concerns, Paradise Media Group, Altres Staffing, Aloha United Way, Castle & Cooke Resorts,

SHOPO, AFL-CIO, Big Island Substance Abuse Council, PREL, Zanzibar Club, The Queen’s Medical Center, the Democratic Caucus, Hawaii House of Representatives, Wahiawa Hospital Association, KTA Stores, Mayor Baptiste & Kauai County Anti Drug Program; Child & Family Services, Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa,

Network Media & Peter Gellatly, Sprint, The Limtiaco Company, Signature Theatres, Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows, Zippy’s restaurants, Larry Heim & Hon Blue, Jet Graphics, the Republican Caucus, Hawaii House of Representatives, Central Pacific Bank, Aloha Care, Pacific Addiction Research Center, Helen & Edwin KW Lee, T. Oki Trading Ltd, FilmWorks Pacific, The Pacific Arts Foundation, and a list of donors (some anonymous) who sent unsolicited donations of $5- $25.

These many years later we thank you all again for your thoughtful and important participation and support in making these two films. We encourage you to attend Monday night’s screening and to encourage others who are not familiar with this on-going issue, to join us.

For video clips visit www.PacificNetwork.tv
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