News - Bournemouth Youth tackle Tobacco through Smoking Film Competition

NEW - 26th April 2013

NEW - 26th April 2013

Information taken from the Press Release:

Young people from Muscliff Park Youth Centre have made an anti-smoking short film called "What's in a cigarette?" for the South West Cut Films 2013 Short Film Competition.

The competition asks young people to research smoking, make a short film about it for their friends, upload to the Cut Films Website and share it on their social media. It's their take on the issues associated with the dangers of smoking.

Winners of the competition will be presented with their award at a prestigious awards ceremony held at the BAFTA Headquarters in Central London on 4th July 2013.

The films will be voted for by both the public for a special 'Popular Choice' award as well as a 'Judges' Choice award made up of a panel of film and tobacco control experts.

Congratulations to the young people from Muscliff Youth Centre for making the film and good luck in the competition!

Libbie from Muscliff Park Youth Centre said: "It was really cool making the video. We wrote and sang the song as well. It was surprising all the things that are in cigarettes"

Voting closes on Monday, 6th May 2013.

To vote for the film click here and press the vote button