The Albert Einstein College of Medicine Division of Substance of Abuse invites you to the Bronx Premiere of “The Fix”!

Friday, September 5th



By Laura Naylor

Winner of the Jury Prize for Best Documentary at the 2014 SOHO International Film Festival, The FIX follows the story of a group of recovering injection drug users in the Bronx who join forces to fight the Hepatitis C epidemic in their community. Knitting together personal narratives with a profile of innovative programs at a methadone clinic, the film explores the concept of storytelling as an instrument of change and gives a powerful voice to a marginalized population. The FIX is ultimately a personal story of redemption and hope, putting a human face on addiction and disease with sensitivity and grace.


Event is free and open to the public.

Panel discussion and appetizer buffet will follow film.

Please reserve your space at Eventbrite

Doors open at 6:00 | Film begins at 6:30


CUNY School of Public Health at Lehman College-Lovinger Theater

250 Bedford Park Blvd West, Bronx NY 10468

View the trailer

Read the reviews:

The Hollywood Reporter June 24,2014

Indie Wire June 19,2014

The Hollywood Reporter June 10,2014

AXS Entertainment May 19,2014


Have questions about “The Fix” Bronx Premiere?

Contact Sheila Reynoso at


Sponsored by Albert Einstein College of Medicine – Division of Substance Abuse,

CUNY School of Public Health Programs in Community – Based Public Health & Health Equity at Lehman College and Community Health at Hunter College


The development of the “The Fix” was supported in part by a grant from the NY State Department of Health AIDS Institute.

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