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Vincent Brantley Hits Hard with Addiction Film ‘Road Back’

Writer/Producer/Director Vincent Brantley releases new documentary about addiction called "The Road Back" wwwRoadBackfilm.com
Writer/Producer/Director Vincent Brantley releases new documentary about addiction: “The Road Back” wwwRoadBackfilm.com

*Known for his light pop touch and R&B love songs, Vincent Brantley established a reputation for success with New Edition.

Then in 2012 he turned many industry heads with the release of his first feature film through Phase 4, a romantic comedy titled “Hopelessly In June.”

Now many are asking why a documentary about addiction? Vincent candidly responds:

“What many of the folks don’t know is that my father was addicted to cocaine. When I was 13 my house was raided by the DEA while I was home alone. A lot of young talent are being destroyed by new powerful drugs. Organizations like Intermountain Healthcare are on the front lines dealing with Metal Health and addiction.”

Vincent Brantley Entertainment and  presents “The Road Back,” a documentary that follows a wealthy executive and a neighborhood barber on the road to recovery.

Brantley takes a pro-active approach to the subject of addiction and uses film as a platform to educate, as well as entertain. “The Road Back” takes a compelling look at the struggle to stay clean and sober and the link to having relationships with people who are committed to one’s pathway to sobriety.

During this Academy Award weekend, on  Saturday, February 25th 2017, “The Road Back” will be screened at a private event at Raleigh Studios in association with the Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center, LAM and Good Time Golf, followed by a Q and A, sponsored by Intermountain Healthcare.

The Road Back is Executive Produced by Tom Olson, Produced by Vincent Brantley, and Co-Produced by Lou Kleinman and Peter Allen. The Road Back also supported by Intermountain Healthcare
The Road Back is Executive Produced by Tom Olson, Produced by Vincent Brantley, and Co-Produced by Lou Kleinman and Peter Allen. The Road Back also supported by Intermountain Healthcare

The Road Back is Executive Produced by Tom Olson, Produced by Vincent Brantley, and Co-Produced by Lou Kleinman and Peter Allen.  The Road Back team is elated to have the support of Intermountain Healthcare, a premiere not-for-profit health system based in Salt Lake City, Utah that focuses on prevention and wellness.

As substance addiction continues to plague individuals of all cultures, the need arises for more insight on how families, communities, the healthcare industry and the entertainment community can work together to raise awareness and build bridges of healing and hope.  For Intermountain Healthcare, it is a natural fit to be affiliated with this film because of their focus on prevention and wellness.  For more information, or to request forthcoming screenings and discussions, click here: https://www.roadbackfilm.com/screenings/  Other films by Vincent Brantley, include Hopelessly In June, Black Well and The Maintenance Men.

Facebook: #VincentBrantley

Twitter: @RoadBackFilm

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