In 2008, The Gordie Foundation produced HAZE, a documentary film telling Gordie’s story and connecting the dots between alcohol on campus and hazing. In 2017, the Gordie Center worked with the original director of the film to update HAZE for today's audiences. An updated version of HAZE along with a new facilitator guide was released 2018. The updated film is 38 minutes long, and is intended to be used for interactive programs: a screening followed by a facilitated discussion.
Own HAZE in DVD or streaming download format for $300
NEW! Rent a 1-week streaming version of HAZE for $50!
All $300 purchases of HAZE include an easy-to-use facilitator guide, Public Performance License, and the right to make up to ten copies of the film per campus/organization. The streaming rental of the film includes the Facilitator Guide and a Public Performance License for a 1-week period starting at the time of rental.
Owners of the original film (abridged or unabridged) can contact the Gordie Center to receive a copy of the updated version for $50.
Owners of the updated HAZE DVD can contact the Gordie Center to receive access to the streaming download of the film at no extra cost.
For questions regarding private, in-home viewings of HAZE (for parents wanting to view the film with their student, or students wanting to view the film on their own), please contact the Gordie Center to discuss.