Are you committed to hazing prevention on your college campus?

Host a screening of the award-winning feature film HAZE and inspire real change! 

Check out the HAZE trailer here.

Film Synopsis: In the aftermath of a brutal fraternity hazing death, a college freshman's desire to join the best fraternity on campus is compromised when his older brother launches an anti-hazing crusade.

Hosting a screening of HAZE is a productive way to spark dialogue about many issues facing college students (fraternity and sorority hazing, gender politics, sexual misconduct, fraternity/sorority relationships, etc.) and to promote positive change. HAZE is the perfect headliner for Hazing Prevention Week, New Member Education, Greek Week, or as a stand-alone event at any time of the school year.

You also have the option of hosting Scott Heydt from RefinED Character and/or the filmmakers themselves to help process the film with guided, solution-based discussions and hazing prevention activities after the screening itself. Our team provides everything needed for a successful event. All screening hosts receive the film along with a Discussion Guide and our hands-on support.

Find out more now by contacting Shadywood Road Productions at or 571-215-1603
Please note that HAZE is a work of fiction and is in no way associated with the 2008 documentary of the same title. This film is not affiliated with or sponsored by Gordie's Call, The Gordie Center or The Gordie Foundation.
“It’s a game changing experience.”
- Steve Veldkamp, Assistant Dean Of Students, Indiana University
  “HAZE helps us look at how new member education processes are run, how we’re actually integrating our values, how we’re treating people, and how we’re bettering ourselves as an organization.”            
- Sam Snemis, IFC President      

“This film gets students to the point where they are actually willing to start discussing what should be done about hazing. I woke up thinking about it.”
- Monica Dirk, VP of Recruitment, Panhellenic Association