Ocean Boulevard (A provocative short film about heroin addiction)

Ocean Boulevard (A provocative short film about heroin addiction)

Updated: Mar 18


I recently got to interview director, Zoe Miller on the new short film, Ocean Boulevard. This video was inspired by true events and is the story of a man caught in the anguished throes of heroin relapse. As his downward spiral progresses, the video depicts the colorful beach town with two sides-- from its vibrant tourist attractions to its drug-riddled underbelly.


The panel openly discusses medical, educational, and legislative solutions to the Opioid Epidemic. Most importantly, they show that recovery is possible. If you are interested in hosting a screening, watch the video to find out how to bring it to your city.


Amber Hollingsworth,

Hope for Families Recovery Center


**Every screening of Ocean Boulevard is followed by an honest Q&A session featuring the director (Zoe Miller) and the individuals that the film is based on. The panel openly discusses medical, educational, and legislative solutions to the Opioid Epidemic. Most importantly, they show that recovery is possible. If you are interested in hosting a screening in your city, please email screenings@oceanboulevardfilm.com for more information.


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