Suki deJong receives the Best Documentary Screenplay Award from Dan Gordon, founder of the Zaki Gordon Institute for Independent Film in Sedona, Arizona. Her film, "All Apologies" was her thesis project for her one-year intensive program at Zaki Gordon Institute. Suki dedicated the award to Julius, her only child, lost to GHB. It took her four years to get the film made. "Finding this little school in Sedona with a one-year intensive program in documentary film was the only way I could find to get this film made. I spent a year applying for grants and trying to make the film on my own, with no results. The film tells how Julius got addicted to GHB through the bodybuilding community while attending college at FSU, how it carried over into the club scene and we eventually lost him. I wanted to tell his story, with as many of the lurid facts about this drug included to get the word out about GHB. It's my hope that no parent will have to go through what I went through." DeJong has an undergraduate degree in film from the University of Massachusetts in Boston, but has done little filmmaking until this life-changing tragedy propelled her to produce this important 20-minute documentary. She is now trying to find funding for distribution for the film. DVDs are now available via the web site.
Project GHB was among the Stockton area groups receiving monetary gifts from the A.G. Spanos Open Golf Tournament on June 11, 2007