“Surviving The Hill” is a documentary that addresses the current plight and state of the Drug Epidemic (Opioid, Heroin, Cocaine/Crack, MDMA and other addictions and recovery) within the United States featuring Stephen Hill. Stephen Hill is a bestselling author, recovery coach, and a fierce attorney advocating for treatment over incarceration. He is a renowned national speaker on substance use prevention & mental health awareness. The film is both educational and entertaining. It also features local government, law enforcement and raw, inspirational and intriguing stories/experiences from both those in recovery and those who have overcome addiction.
“The Evolvolution Initiative” uses education , hip hop and entertainment as a powerful weapon and solution to create change in a growingly complex world. Janol Mecca Holmes (Culturalist, Executive Producer and C.E.O) and Marc Hoberman (Educator/C.O.O) are contacted by England’s number one anti-racism Charity “Show Racism The Red Card” to deliver a powerful lesson to a Middle School (FitzWimarc School) in England. The school reached to express concerns about constant use of the “N-word” by younger students at their school. The Evolvolution Initiative delivers a powerful message in the form of an international workshop called “The Culture Shock Experience”. The lesson addresses the use of the “N-Word ” and promotes “Respect of Culture ” through artistic visuals, music, genuine dialogue and heartfelt cultural exchange. 2021 London Shorts Film Festival Nominee and 2022 New York International Film Festival Finalist.