Wahlberg Film, 'If, Only' To Premier Tonight At Tewksbury High
May 27, 2015 08:45AM ● Published by Bill Gilman
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan will join officials with The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation and Millennium Health at Tewksbury Memorial High School, tonight at 7 p.m., for speeches, a panel discussion, and the premier of a short film, “If, Only.”
The film aims to increase awareness about the dangers of youth misuse and abuse of prescription drugs and encourage the safe use, storage and disposal of prescription drugs.
The movie was filmed, in part, in Tewksbury, with scenes being shot at Tewksbury High and at St. William's Church.
The director of the film, Michael Yebba, will be on hand at the premier tonight and will be participating in the panel discussion, along with DA Ryan, Jim Wahlberg, executive director of The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, Dr. David Hanley, of Into Action Recovery, Dr. Steven Passik, of Millennium Health.
The film was produced by James Wahlberg, Michael Yebba, Peter Ebanks and Tewksbury businessman and philanthropist Marc Ginsburg,