Video production company and GGA partner Prospect Arts has recently released a new film, The Final Fix, an investigation into a little-known treatment for substance abuse, NET (Neuro Electric Therapy).
Invented by Scottish surgeon, Meg Patterson, MBE, 45 years ago, NET Is a non-pharmaceutical device that claims to take people off drugs in 5-7 days, with minimal discomfort and no future cravings.
The film narrated by Ewan McGregor follows five, long-term, chronic substance abusers as they undertake a trial of the treatment in Kentucky, USA.You can watch the trailer and rent it here.
Last year Prospect Arts was involved with Brave Blue World, an optimistic documentary about how humanity is adopting new technologies and innovations to rethink water management.
The film was supported by Hollywood A-lister Matt Damon, who is a founder of Water.org, an organisation that pioneers cost-efficient, market-driven approaches to remove financial barriers between those living in poverty and access to vital water and sanitation services.