PHOENIX -- "Chronic Future - Killing Cancer" is a documentary created by Henry Miller and Cory Pritchard.
It tells the story of Arizona Gov. Janet Brewer’s attempt to close down medical marijuana dispensaries and how Allan Sobol, along with advocate attorney Tom Dean, fight to keep them. After the win in court, the story continues as it introduces patient after patient with debilitating ailment where medical marijuana's healing ingredients have successfully treated the disease.
The objective of the "Chronic Future" documentary is to tell the truth about the benefits of medical marijuana, the government cover-up, and through the power of the media, reverse the negative stigma and propaganda the government has instilled in the public since the 1930s.
Miller and Pritchard sat down with 3TV's Javier Soto to talk about the film.
"Chronic Future - Killing Cancer" will premier on April 5 at Harkins Shea 14 on Shea Boulevard and Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale.
All of the showings for the premier on April 5 are sold out. Tickets are available for showings after April 5
"Chronic Future" will remain in rotation through the month of April at this Harkins theater.
Chronic Future -- Killing Cancer Documentary
CHRONIC FUTURE -- KILLING CANCER will premiere on April 5 at the Harkins Theater on Shea Boulevard and Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale. CHRONIC FUTURE will remain in rotation through the month of April at this Harkins theater.
Contact: Hank Miller, Muse Entertainment 480.678.7728
"Chronic Future - Killing Cancer"
Good Morning Arizona: "Chronic Future - Killing Cancer"