Can you help researchers choose a stop-smoking film?


June 10th, 2016

Researchers at The School of Medicine are going to be showing a competition-winning film from Cut Films, a stop smoking charity, in cinemas across the UK before the main films starts.

The films have been made by teens for teens. We want to show the best film that persuades teens not to try smoking and are looking for young people to help us select the most relevant one.

Anyone between the ages of 11 and 18 years can vote. If you have any friends or family within these age groups that you think would like to vote then please forward this to them. The films are less than 2 mins long.

Imagine that they will be on the big screen and then once you’ve watched them if you could vote for your favourite here.

The films can be found here.

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