ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

The twelve-year old film festival was founded by Leonard Buschel and Robert Downey, Sr. to increase awareness of and reduce the stigma associated with alcoholism, addiction, and mental illness, through the use of film.

MISSION

Film, which is a multi-sensory experience is expertly suited to open a dialogue that can lead to greater acceptance and understanding of drug and alcohol addiction, and the people it affects.

VISION

Nearly half of Americans have a family member or close friend who’s been addicted to drugs. There are more 77,000 drug overdoses a year and COVID-19 is causing a spike in alcohol sales and use. We must use every avenue possible to send a clear message that recovery is possible.

IN THE NEWS

HUFFPOSTRecovery Film Festival in New York City

PHOENIX HOUSEPhoenix Houses of New York at the REEL Recovery Film Festival NYC

IN THE ROOMS A Global Recovery Community

JEWISH JOURNALReel Recovery: Conquering Addiction With Film

REEL RECOVERY FILM FESTIVALPress Release

PR NEWSWIREREEL Recovery Film Festival Partners with National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

THE FIX2018 Reel Recovery Film Festival Returns to New York

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