Carlos Gonzales: “This is a project I did for my found footage class at UCSC (Fall 17′) against drunk driving using mass media related sources. Each year there are over 10,000 deaths related to drunk driving, which is nearly one-third of all related car crashes. Yet there are many people who drive drunk and avoid being a factor into these statistics. My hope is that this short film can shed light on the hard truth to someone who thinks “a few beers” or “not driving far” while under the influence of alcohol is dangerous and can be fatal.”
Wrong Way from Carlos Gonzalez on Vimeo.
Alcohol, Other Drugs, Consent, Sexual Violence Brochure
Parent Handbook For Talking With College Students About Alcohol
Loveland Distributing and CBS team up for the 2017-2018 Not4Me video contest. Area teens are encouraged to produce and shoot a 20 second PSA on why they’re staying alcohol free. The winners will receive a big cash grant and have their PSA aired during the 2018 Grammy Awards! For more information you can visit http://www.WTVR.com/Not4Me
“The young people got the opportunity to work alongside a media production company BNL Productions to learn how to use filming equipment, develop their own story boards and learn how to film and edit their own Alcohol Awareness Commercials.”
Read more from BelfastLive
Campaign by SOS NI (Northern Ireland)
By U of L Alcohol and Drug Awareness Committee (A&DAC) – University of Lethbridge (Canada, April 2017)
A&DAC Education & Prevention Video from U of L A&DAC on Vimeo.
“7.7 million Americans between the ages of 12-20 consumed alcohol & 32% of underage drinkers said they got drinks from someone they didn’t know. Underage drinking is dangerous & illegal. For help please visit americanaddictioncenters.org”
From Lynn Community Television
Aiming to increase young people’s awareness of alcohol-related harm and encourage them to lead an alcohol-free lifestyle, the Department of Health (Hong Kong) launched the “Young and Alcohol Free” publicity campaign last year and the GIF design contest is one of the key initiatives of the campaign. Submissions were invited in March this year and nearly 200 animated GIF entries were received under two categories, namely the Family Category for local primary school students along with their parents, and the Secondary School Category for students from secondary schools. Prizes in each category, including the Best Animated GIF Award, the Most Popular Award and the Most Active Participating School Award, were presented at today’s ceremony.
Read more http://www.info.gov.hk
A complete list of all award winners is available on the DH’s “Change for Health” website. For details, please visit www.change4health.gov.hk/en/alcohol_aware/youngandalcoholfree/gifcontest/index.html
Death Trip is a competition that is intended to prevent drink driving among young people to raise their awareness on this issue. The use of students’ awareness campaigns create awareness and visibility of drink driving as traffic safety problem.
“Happiness can be experienced in many ways. Behind the wheel is not one of them. Do not drive while drunk.”
Find more about the competition
Organized by MA-Ungdom (Norway)
Winner of 2017 competition:
Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School
in collaboration with Fire and Police Departments of Yarmouth and Massachusetts State Police.