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KINO LORBER PRESENTS AN ALIVE MIND CINEMA RELEASE: THE ANONYMOUS PEOPLE OPENS AT NEW YORK'S QUAD CINEMAS ON FRIDAY, MARCH 14
February 10, 2014

"THE ANONYMOUS PEOPLE" GROUNDBREAKING FILM PREMIERES IN NEW YORK CITY TONIGHT- ADDRESSES ADDICTION & RISE OF BOLD NEW SOCIAL JUSTICE MOVEMENT IN RECOVERY COMMUNITY
September 17, 2013

MEMBERS OF CONGRESS, ADMINISTRATION LEADERS & ADDICTION RECOVERY ADVOCATES HOST PANEL DISCUSSION TO ADDRESS AMERICA’S LARGEST PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS-ENVELOPING OVER 40 MILLION AMERICANS & COSTING NATION OVER $350 BILLION ANNUALLY
September 11, 2013

About "The Anonymous People"

"The Anonymous People" is an independent film written and produced by Greg Williams, owner of 4th Dimension Productions, LLC. The film is distributed in the U.S. and Canada through Kino Lorber and it’s Alive Mind Cinema. The film is now available for home video both digitally and on DVD. It is also available for educational distribution, and community screenings. To view "The Anonymous People" film trailer, visit: manyfaces1voice.org/#the-film. Portions of the trailer may be used for news broadcast with prior approval. To learn more, please visit: manyfaces1voice.org.

About Filmmaker Greg Williams

greg-williamsGreg Williams is a person in long-term recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs since age seventeen. He is a health policy advocate, and award-winning documentary filmmaker who specializes in the creation of compelling and purposeful content. At age 31, "The Anonymous People" is Greg’s first independent feature-length film. His new film is bringing lasting solutions to the screen for one of America’s top health problems. After a large grassroots theatrical release in 2013 and 2014 the film is continuing to show in communities around the world. “The Anonymous People" has already received widespread critical acclaim and a variety of industry awards.

Press Coverage

By serving alcohol, Starbucks risks losing key customers: people in recovery
Greg Williams, Washington Post, May 13, 2014

CQ Researcher Treating Addiction v.24-17
Jane Friedman, CQ Press, May 02, 2014

OP-ED: It Doesn’t Matter Whether You Believe Addiction is a Disease or a Choice
Greg Williams, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, April 10, 2014

A Language of Empowerment
John Lavitt, The Fix, March 13, 2014

'The Anonymous People' are anything but anonymous
Sarah T. Williams, Minn Post, February 28, 2014

The Great Hidden Secret: How ‘The Anonymous People’ is Changing Recovery Culture
Daryl Khan, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, February 24, 2014

How I Used Theatrical On Demand to Bring My Doc to the People
Greg Williams, Tribeca, January 27, 2014

Award winning film teaches truth about drug recovery
Kate Wilson, Stroud News & Journal, January 9, 2014

ManyFaces1Voice.org is Recovery in Action
Beth, BHereToday.com, January 9, 2014

Film about addiction playing in Naperville
Michelle Linn-Gust, Naperville Sun, November 18, 2013

Anonymous Nevermore
David Sheff and Greg Williams, ASAM.org, November 15, 2013

As many seek to put a face on addiction and recovery, anonymity gets a second look
Sarah T. Williams, MinnPost, November 1, 2013

Independent film shines line on addiction and recovery
Glynnis Jones, The Advertiser News, September 24, 2013

'No better war on drugs than recovery' says experts
Julie Chadwick, Daily News (canada.com), September 20, 2013

Film confronts addiction
Alli Knothe, News Telegram.com, September 19, 2013

Recovery Month treats addiction stigma
Joe Gentile, Register-Star, September 17, 2013

Addiction: The Anonymous People
Greg Williams, The Dr. Oz Show, September 9, 2013

Film will shift focuse from addiction to recovery at Staten Island screening and discussion
Kathryn Carse, Staten Island Advance, September 9, 2013

Addiction is a treatable disease
Donna Thacker, The Journal Press & The DC Register, September 9, 2013

Addicts throw off their anonymity in documentary
Michael D. Reid, Times Colonist, September 4, 2013

Addiction Recovery Documentary: "The Anonymous People," Aires Wedensday in Montcalir Baristanet.com, August 27, 2013

Staten Island Screening Sought for Addiction Documentary
John M. Annese, silive.com, August 19, 2013

New Documentary, The Anonymous People, Strives to Transform Public Opinion on Recovery
David Backes, Reclaiming Futures, July 31, 2013

Addiction Seeps Into Every Pocket
Sarah Scarbough, Sarahscarbough.com, July 30, 2013

Addiction, public policy and the role of anonymity
Bob Von Sternberg, Star Tribune, June 22, 2013

Filmmaker tackles addiction in documentary
Lynn Arditi, Providence Journal, May 29, 2013

KY news anchor shares personal struggle with alcohol
Lindsey Allen, WDRB.com, May 26, 2013

RICares Changing Addiction Conversation
Kate Nagle, GoLocalProv News Contributor, May 21, 2013

Greg Williams Wants to Sensationalize Recovery
Mary Edwards, Alex Heur and Don Marsh, St, Louis Public Radio, May 7, 2013

Sparking massive change on addiction recovery
ArgusLeader.com, April 19, 2013

Recovering Celebrities "Come Out" in New Film
Sarah Beller, TheFix.com, April 09, 2013

The Anonymous People Film on Addiction Debuts in Hartford (video)
NewsInc.com, April 08, 2013