Saturday, August 23, 2014, 10:00 p.m.
TCL Chinese Theater Hollywood, California
Screening Room 4
After Party at 11:00 p.m. at Busby’s East
One Little Pill: The Treatment For Alcoholism They Don’t Want You To Know About
“Once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic… unless something could change what’s happened. And that’s the other story.”
Narrated by Claudia Christian, star of the “Babylon 5″ TV Series, “One Little Pill” follows the struggles of a new method for treating alcoholism and the people whose lives change because of it. Although 78% effective, The Sinclair Method has been held back by deeply embedded dogma, outdated societal beliefs, a greedy rehab industry, and a system unwilling to change. With over 2.5 million per year dying from alcohol-related causes worldwide (more than HIV), the time is now for an option that saves lives. “One Little Pill” is a one-hour documentary for television and is currently edited as five acts.
To purchase tickets, visit the HollyShorts Film Festival website (http://hollyshorts.festivalgenius.com/2014/films/onelittlepill_adamschomer_hollyshorts2014).
Is There A Potential Cure For Alcoholism?
Nearly 18 million Americans struggle with alcohol abuse or dependency everyday. Larry King and his panel experts discuss new and groundbreaking treatments for one of the greatest killers in America. Plus, is there a potential cure for alcoholism?
Featured topics included:
- Is There A Potential Cure For Alcoholism?
- Meredith Baxter Tells Her Story
- Celebrity Rehab Centers: Are They Legit?
- Rethinking Alcoholism: The Experts Answer Fan Questions
Watch this full episode on-demand on Larry King’s YouTube Page or watch it on Ora TV or Hulu.com.
Claudia recently contributed an article to the blog Naltrexone Confidential, a popular website dedicated to promoting awareness of The Sinclair Method. Check it out!
Claudia recently recorded a segment for Larry King Now! with Dr. Jaffee, Dr. Sophy, and actress Meredith Baxter. The episode should be airing soon so keep your eyes on the Larry King Now! website for where and when you can view the segment.
“We spoke about addiction, mainly alcoholism, and the need for more and better options for addicts and their families. Even though Miss Baxter is a strong proponent of 12 Step and I am all about The Sinclair Method; we all agreed that we can a) work together and b) every addict is different and therefore needs personalized treatment. My years on TSM have been extraordinary and I have met some amazing people, not only did this treatment save my life, it defined my life. I am now 100% committed to saving lives through education and direct help, I council people and provide support, I guide them and I befriend them. I have never felt more excited about getting up in the morning than I do at this stage in my life, helping people has been the most gratifying thing I have and ever will do. In each addict I see the me I used to be and my singular joy and wish is to lessen that person’s pain and to help them not lose the time I lost searching for an answer to my addiction. Making the documentary One Little Pill is the next step in saving lives and providing options and I hope you join me in the fight. http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/one-little-pill/x/5251511.”
With principal photography currently underway, “One Little Pill” is on schedule to becoming reality in the first half of 2014. However, we need a little assistance with post-production costs (includes editing, color correction, etc.) that are required to complete the project.
We have started a One Little Pill Indiegogo Campaign to help. We hope you will consider donating to this important and close-to-heart undertaking. Claudia is offering all sorts of signed goodies, including music CDs, posters, books, DVDs, digital downloads, and photographs in an effort to raise the funds needed to complete the film. There are many donation levels available and we would greatly appreciate your support.
For more information, please visit the One Little Pill Indiegogo Campaign web page here: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/one-little-pill.