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Love in the Time of Fentanyl

Special Presentation by the local non profit group The Nameless 

Love In the Time of Fentanyl - One Show Only - March 29 at 7pm
Q & A with Ronnie Grigg, Harm Reduction Worker

The fundraiser is for a local charity who supports people who use drugs in a small community who has been hit hard by loss, grief, and limited supports. Despite this, people still access, work is completed, gaps get filled, and lives improve. Proceeds will go to the charity to allow them to continue to do the work they do. By supporting the fundraiser, you are making a difference not only to the people who access The Nameless, but frontline workers as well. Tickets $30

A group of misfits, artists, and drug users operates a renegade safe injection site in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Love in the Time of Fentanyl is an intimate portrait of a community fighting to save lives and keep hope alive in a neighborhood ravaged by the overdose crisis.

The documentary film is produced by Monika Navarro, Marc Serpa Francoeur, and Robinder Uppal. Sean Baker and Sally Jo Fifer serve as executive producers.

ronnie_clipped.jpgRONNIE GRIGG

Ronnie has been a longtime frontline harm reduction worker in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, primarily at the pioneering supervised consumption sites Insite and the Overdose Prevention Site. He now helms the non-profit harm reduction consultancy Zero Block Society, which has seen him support efforts across Canada, Mexico, and the USA.


lives and works in the Downtown Eastside where she uses her lived experience to help save and improve the lives of her fellow community members. She is a supervisor at OPS and has been with the organization since it first opened in 2016.


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Directed by: 
Colin Askey
Running Time: 
85 minutes

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