MTCIA PRESENTS: AMERICAN DRUG WAR 2 – CANNABIS DESTINY
POWERFUL DOCUMENTARY FEATURES MONTANA RESIDENTS MIKE AND KALLI HYDE
AMERICAN DRUG WAR 2 – Cannabis Destiny, a documentary by filmmaker Kevin Booth, closely examines the current state of the government’s war on marijuana in the United States. This powerful film features the story of Mike and Kalli Hyde and their struggle to keep Montana’s youngest medical marijuana patient, Cash Hyde, alive through the use of medical marijuana.
Cash Hyde’s battle with brain cancer captured national attention and was featured in several news stories, including ABC and FOX News. After being told Cash had little hope of surviving, his parents turned to medical marijuana, and his cancer went into remission – called a miracle by the medical community providing him care. That is, until Montana state law changed and licensed caregivers could no longer provide the much-needed medicine to Cash and his cancer returned.
The film will be shown in Billings at the NOVA Center for The Performing Arts, 2317 Montana Ave. – Thursday August 8, 7pm. Ticket prices are $7.00. The movie is presented by the Montana Cannabis Information Association (MTCIA), and proceeds from the movie will benefit both the MTCIA and the Cash Hyde Foundation. Tickets are on sale at Heightened Harvest 1415 S 32nd. St. West, in Billings, 656-115, and at the venue before the show.
A raffle, courtesy of Headies Smoke Shop of Billings, will be held the night of the event. Must be present to win. Proceeds will benefit the MTCIA