Break the Silence, reach for help

Break the Silence, reach for help was produced with the Alcohol and You Northern Ireland Partnership. You can see a range of alcohol-related issues being addressed in reference to families and how it affects each person who live with someone that has an alcohol related issue.
By Drug & Alcohol Coordination Teams, Northern Ireland –

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No Magic Goat

“Your chance of injury goes up dramatically if you drink, but the chance of some goat coming to save your sorry ass is low. Very low. Like, zero, really. There’s a very good chance, though, that a human being could help. Check out the info below to learn some stuff about alcohol, its effects, how it can hurt you, and most importantly, how you can avoid getting hurt.”
No Magic Goat (Canada) –

Night of Nostalgia

As part of one of the most important events in the annual calendar for Uruguayans, as usual, the National Road Safety Unit (UNASEV) presents its communication campaign for Night of Nostalgia.
The goal is obvious: encourage not driving under the influence of any drugs (alcohol, cocaine, marijuana, etc.) that can reduce the reactions and reflexes of drivers risking the lives of everyone.

No te des vuelta from elClub on Vimeo.

One punch can kill

This film was produced as an assessment piece for Cinematography and Lighting at Bond University. Students were required to produce a 30 second commercial based on a product, business or public service announcement of their choosing. For this piece, I chose to create an PSA for alcohol-fueled violence, drawing inspiration from the Australian Government’s “One Punch Can Kill” campaign.

ONE PUNCH CAN KILL TVC from Declan Caruso on Vimeo.

Passed Out or Dying?

Indiana Youth Services Association’s Make Good Decisions Initiative partners with Indiana’s Lifeline Law and Statewide 911 Board to increase awareness about alcohol poisoning, the signs and symptoms and the ability to text-to-911 on Indiana’s college and high school campuses. The hi-tech advertising campaign is using mobile messages, like this one, delivered to young adults on Indiana’s campuses for the TXT911Lifeline Make Good Decisions Initiative.

Alcohol and Domestic Violence

Western Australia Police are once again giving students the chance to Make a Movie, Make a Stand, Make a Difference through the Students Advising Youth (SAY) Project for 2016. This year the Project will focus on “The impact of alcohol and other drug misuse on family violence”. In groups of three, students aged between 12 and 18 years are invited to research and compile a 90 – 105 second film to show their view on family violence and how alcohol and drugs relate to this.
Find more:
SAY Project 2016 Entry – Alcohol and Domestic Violence