Amarillo College

presents a virtual screening of


a film about compassion, kindness, & the power of community in America

Made in response to the times we are living in, THE ANTIDOTE is a feature documentary that weaves together nine stories of kindness and decency in America.

Directed by six-time Emmy Award-winner John Hoffman and Academy Award-nominee Kahane Cooperman, THE ANTIDOTE tells stories of people who are making intentional choices to lift each other up and leverage the resources of their communities to give others a chance at a better life. THE ANTIDOTE isn't about an idea or policy; it is about bringing people together through kindness. 

The core purpose of this film falls directly in line with Amarillo College's Culture of Caring and we are thrilled to be a prominently featured story in this inspiring documentary. 
If you are a friend of Amarillo College or a part of the community we serve, please RSVP for an opportunity to watch an exclusive virtual screening of THE ANTIDOTE. 
RSVP for Screening
Spaces are limited and your RSVP reserves the opportunity for you to view the film
on-demand one time on one device between 7am Oct. 23 through 11pm October 25th. 

An access code will be send to the email address listed on your reservation.

Watch the Trailer

Watch the trailer

Intro from AC President Russell Lowery-Hart

Intro from AC President Russell Lowery-Hart
Using the access code that is emailed to you.

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THE ANTIDOTE: Stories of Kindness, Decency, and the Power of Community in America
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