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The best videos on fentanyl from a variety of public, private, and nonprofit creators.

Dead on Arrival

Written, produced, directed, and photographed by Dominic Tierno & Christine Wood.

“Dead on Arrival” is focused on the people at risk: Casual users, partygoers, experimenters, regular users, and even unsuspecting bystanders who may come into contact with fentanyl.

The film explores the stories of four families who lost loved ones to fentanyl in various ways and its larger impact on communities of all types.

The film is also a primer on what makes this epidemic so deadly, including a distribution process that allows fentanyl to sneak into anyone’s home.

Dead on Arrival is 21½ minutes long.

Dead on Arrival is a multiple award-winning documentary that is recommended watching for all teenagers. Many schools have included its viewing as part of their drug awareness events and classes.

Dead on Arrival is recommended watching for every child, parent, and teacher.

The Real Deal

Provided by the U.S. Department of Justice.

“The Fentanyl Safety Recommendations for First Responders, and this companion training video Fentanyl: The Real Deal, provides unified, scientific, evidence-based recommendations to first responders so they can protect themselves when the presence of Fentanyl is suspected during the course of their daily activities such as responding to overdose calls and conducting traffic stops, arrests, and searches.”

U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Fentanyl: The Real Deal is 6 minutes and 40 seconds long.

Fentanyl: The Real Deal is intended for First Responders and is not suitable for class events or school drug education seminars.

Fentanyl: The Real Deal, from the U.S. Department of Justice, is intended as education for first responders who may come into contact with fentanyl.

Personal Stories

Powerful personal takes from those who've lost loved ones to fentanyl poisoning.

Produced by Texas Pictures Documentaries

Contaminated: The Fentanyl Crisis in St. Louis

KMOV St. Louis

Fentanyl is the most lethal drug ever created. News 4 spent months looking into how it impacts the St. Louis community, where it comes from, and what can be done to alter its deadly path.

For more stories, resources and what you can do to help fight the fentanyl crisis go to

Fentanyl: The Drug Deadlier than Heroin

VICE Media

VICE presents an immersive and personal feature film about the fentanyl crisis in Canada told from the perspective of a community of drug users.

Fake and Fatal: Cal's Story

Beaverton School District.

“In December 2020, Jennifer and Jon Epstein lost their son, Cal, to fentanyl poisoning. Just six months earlier, Cal had graduated from Sunset High School. He bought what he thought was Oxycontin from a drug dealer on Snapchat. Instead, he got a fake pill made from cheap, potent and deadly fentanyl.

Cal isn’t the only BSD student to die from fentanyl in the past year. We implore all middle and high school students and their parents/guardians to learn more about this alarming trend.”

The Fentanyl Factor in North Texas

City of Allen, Texas | ACTV

Panel discussion with local experts about fentanyl poisoning and how it has impacted North Texas. Learn what you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones. Diane Feffer helped co-moderate the program.

Fentanyl Factor

Produced by the Safe Communities Coalition of Hunterdon/Somerset Counties

Documentary on Fentanyl and Opioids produced by the regional Safe Communities Coalition of Hunterdon/Somerset Counties New Jersey. Overdoses due to Fentanyl mixing with Heroin, Prescription Drugs, Cocaine and other substances.

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