The Anonymous People, as the headline indicates, just won Best Feature Documentary at the 2014 Prism Awards. As well it should - it's a well-made, moving film about addiction. You can purchase the documentary on Itunes here.
From their About:
With the release of The Anonymous People documentary film, Faces & Voices of Recovery and our partners are collaborating to launch a new campaign, MANYFACES1VOICE.ORG to engage and mobilize the newly emerging constituency to transform public attitudes and policies affecting people seeking or in recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. Whether behind the scenes or on the front line, every recovery voice is needed.
I'm honored to have been a very, very small part of this film, having contributed some assistant scoring for Brendan Berry's awesomely subtle soundtrack.