Get Reel Student Ad Contest
Get Reel is a contest where students in grades 6 – 12 in all 3 northern territories make their own short anti tobacco ads. It is a new addition to this year’s Smoke Screening program. To see ads from all three territories, please visit http://www.facebook.com/Smokescreening.GetReel and here for NWT Get Reel winners.
Also, the Smoke Screening Program gives students a chance to view 12 of the best tobacco education ads from around the world, and then select the one they feel is the most effective to prevent youth from starting to use tobacco in the first place or convince them to quit if they are already using it. Students vote on ballot forms that are counted across all 3 territories. The winning ad this year is Emphysema. Click here for more info.
This is the winning video clip in the “Smoke Stories: Quit Clips by Inuit Youth – Video Screening Contest.”
Filmed by Kendra Tagoona, Crystal Navratil and Nancy Etok, this video talks about the challenges and benefits of quitting smoking. It was aired on CBC Northern TV in March 2011.
Inuit language version
For the full version of these clips and the rest of the series of quitting videos, visit here.
Inuit Tuttarvingat, NAHO 2011
Born Smoke-free PSA
Ilisaqsivik Society, Clyde River, 2010
Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada: Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Videos
- Breathing Easy- How to Use the School Kit pt. 1 – 2000
- Breathing Easy- How to Use the School Kit pt. 2
- How Tobacco Use Affects Everyone Pt. 1 – 1996
- How Tobacco Use Affects Everyone Pt. 2
- How Tobacco Use Affects Everyone Pt. 3
- Breathing Easy- How to Use the Resource Kit Pt. 1 – 1996
- Breathing Easy- How to Use the Resource Kit Pt. 2
- Smoking cessation PSA – Two Women Talking (Inuit language/English subtitles) – 1996
- Smoking cessation PSA – Hockey Players (Inuit language/ English subtitles) – 1996
- Prevention PSA – Grandpa and Child (Inuit language/English subtitles) – 1996
Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada/Inuit Broadcasting Corp. Takuginai video
Canada Vignettes: Inuit Pipe
National Film Board, 1979