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From the creators of the groundbreaking film, THE ANONYMOUS PEOPLE, comes GENERATION FOUND, a powerful story about one community coming together to ignite a youth addiction recovery revolution in their hometown. Devastated by an epidemic of addiction, Houston faced the reality of burying and locking up its young people at an alarming rate. And so in one of the largest cities in America, visionary counselors, law school dropouts, aspiring rock musicians, retired football players, oil industry executives, and church leaders came together to build the world’s largest peer-driven youth and family recovery community.

Independently filmed over the course of two years, GENERATION FOUND takes an unprecedented and intimate look at how a system of treatment centers, sober high schools, alternative peer groups, and collegiate recovery programs can exist in concert to intervene early and provide a real and tested long-term alternative to the “War on Drugs.” It is not only a deeply personal story, but one with real-world utility for communities struggling with addiction worldwide.

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GENERATION FOUND is a great way to catalyze a dialogue on youth addiction and recovery issues in your community. The film has teamed up with independent film distributor Gathr® Films to make bringing GENERATION FOUND to your local theater easier than ever!

TO PURCHASE THE FILM WITH PUBLIC PERFORMANCE RIGHTS (PPR): Public Performance Rights (PPR) allows organizations, libraries, and non-profit groups to exhibit the film to groups of 100 or fewer individuals where admission is not charged. The term of the Public Performance (PPR) license is for the life of the DVD.

For more information, or to license the film for use with groups larger than 100 in any traditional or non-traditional environment (Schools, Conferences, Churches, etc.), use it to hold fundraisers, community education events, or for local advocacy engagement please contact our independent distributor directly:

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Greg Williams is an award winning documentary filmmaker specializing in the creation of compelling and purposeful content. Greg’s most recent independent feature film, The Anonymous People, won the Prism Award for "Feature Documentary" in 2014 among numerous other awards, and most importantly energized an emerging social justice movement and is starting a brand new conversation on addiction throughout the world.
As the second highest grossing Theatrical-On-Demand film of all-time, The Anonymous People, has become arguably the farthest reaching creative work focusing on addiction recovery in recent years. With a masters degree from New York University and a bachelor's in Communications and Media Production from Quinnipiac University he is an accomplished producer with broadcast experience on various ESPN, A&E, Documentary Channel, and History Channel projects


Jeff Reilly is an editor|filmmaker working extensively in the film and television world. A two-time Emmy award winning editor, he has cut high profile long and short form documentaries for ESPN Films, HBO, NBC, CBS, NFL Films, Sony Pictures, Dick Clark Productions, Nike, Hannah Storm’s Brainstormin’ Productions and many more. Jeff has also produced and edited several independent feature length documentaries, as well as narrative feature films, including TRIAL BY FIRE, THE ANONYMOUS PEOPLE and DIANE.
Equally comfortable working on a :30 commercial as he is on a two hour narrative, Jeff is versatile, collaborative, creative and intuitive. Recently, in addition to completing work on GENERATION FOUND, Jeff edited "BELIEVELAND" for ESPN Films, 30 for 30. Currently, he is editing THE BUDDY SYSTEM, a documentary on therapy dogs and prepping another 30 for 30, THE DUNBAR BOYS.


Over the last fifteen years, DAN RAMIREZ has filmed, developed and produced content for ABC, NBC, PBS, Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, VICE, ESPN and NatGeo, including shows from Law and Order to Ice Road Truckers.
After working on back to back Emmy-nominated productions (PBS's History Detectives, ESPN's Muhammed Ali three-part series documentary, and Ice Road Trucker's), Dan then set his sights on documentary film and advertising, and went on to build content for American Express Open Business Forum, Ford, Cell South (winner of two Cannes Lions), Mun2, Subway and bands like Monsters of Folk, Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds.
As a documentarian and filmmaker, Dan has contributed on several stories for the Guardian UK newspaper, including breaking coverage of the WikiLeaks reportage, and has photographed for the likes of Travel & Leisure and varied literary publishing houses. Dan is spending 2016 as one of a handful of filmmakers trusted to document Kobe Bryant's final season in the NBA on behalf of Legendary Pictures.


Amara Untermeyer is a documentary director, producer and advocate of overlooked voices in America and abroad. Born in Austin, TX, Amara has occupied numerous creative and production roles over the past decade, both in front of and behind the camera. From investigative documentary projects working with some of the world's most recognized Human Rights lawyers in Haiti, to capturing the journey of AmeriCares nurses and doctors in the mountains of El Salvador, and handling brutal conditions while filming adventure shows for The History Channel, Amara’s unique ability to assimilate and adapt to every country, culture and social situation has allowed her to become a true chameleon as a director and storyteller in the most varied of environments. In 2015, as producer and acting field director for the feature documentary 'Generation Found', Amara immersed herself in America's largest sober high school community to tell the stories of teen addiction, loss, recovery and the community's fight to save their young people from their generation's leading cause of death. Amara has also crafted impactful online branding initiatives and documentary content for organizations such as the American Youth Foundation and National Center for Healthy Housing.


Brendan Berry's professional career in music began as a performer, playing at a young age with the distinguished District of Columbia, Blue’s Alley Youth Jazz Orchestra. He went on to receive his Bachelor of Music from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music in Studio Composition. Early in his collegiate career he began writing film scores for short documentaries. Brendan has scored award winning films, and his work has been heard across the world on numerous stages, in thousands of theaters, on television, and the radio. Brendan prides himself on his ability to not only create any genre or style of music and sound design, but his ability to subtly capture and enhance the emotions of the medium that his work is being written for. Brendan received in Masters in Music Therapy in 2014, and works as a full time music therapist while continuing to score feature length films and write for television.


PRLOG Press Release DistributionPennsylvania Legislators and Philadelphia Recovery Activists Bring Film Premiere to Philadelphia

CT News JunkieConnecticut Filmmakers Make Pitch For Recovery High Schools

AfterPartyMagazineFrom the Creators of The Anonymous People: Generation Found

Everything, All the TimePat O’ Brien and Jeff Reily on Generation Found

The Fix‘Generation Found’ Screening Reveals Crucial Role Of Sober High Schools, Alternative Peer Groups

CT News JunkieRecovery School Documentary Well Received In Branford

Capitol Hill ScreeningSenate Majority Whip John Cornyn and Congressman Gene Green Proudly Present Generation Found on Capitol Hill

Houston ChronicleDrug addiction is a family problem, so solving it needs to start in the home

Indiewire – Film Acquisition Rundown, Week of May 2

Digital Journal – Gathr Films Acquires All North American Rights to Documentary Generation Found

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"Just One" is the Original Song written and performed by Matt Butler for the feature documentary film GENERATION FOUND.

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