DVDs - Alcohol misuse

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Alcohol and your mind and body series: alcohol and the mind
Aims Media (2006). Bristol: Viewtech. 
Running time: 30 min.
Suitable for young people and adults aged 15+
This film looks at the role alcohol plays in risky behaviour.

Alcohol and your mind and body series: alcohol and your body
Aims Media (2006). Bristol: Viewtech.
Running time: 30 min.
Suitable for young people and adults aged 15+
This film explains how alcohol affects all parts of the body.  It has interviews with recovering alcoholics who tell about their lives and their early introduction to alcohol

Understanding alcohol use and abuse
Walt Disney Productions (2006). Bristol: Viewtech. 
Running time: 12 min.
Suitable for young people and adults aged 13+
This animated film looks at how alcohol affects the body.

'Kick it' binge drinking.
London Bus Theatre Company (2005).  London: London Bus Theatre Company.
Running time: 9 minutes
Suitable for young people aged 10-16
This film looks at the risks of binge drinking. Topics covered include alcohol and health issues, peer pressure and personal safety

Under the influence: a film promoting alcohol awareness
Red Rose Chain [2005].   Ipswich: Red Rose Chain. 
Running time: 10 min
Suitable for young people aged 11-17
In this film young people explore the issues and pressures around alcohol

What is alcoholism?
Boulton-Hawker Films. 2004.  Suffolk: Boulton-Hawker Films Ltd.
Running time: 22 min.
Suitable for young people aged 13+ 
This film deals with the issues of teenage alcoholism and alcohol dependence.

Binge drinking
Video Education Australasia (2004).  Stowmarket: Boulton-Hawker Films. 
Running time: 22 min.
Suitable for young people aged 13-plus
Looks at the problem of alcoholic binge drinking and its associated risks.

Happy hour.
Athena Education. (2003)  Worcester: Athena Education.
Running time: 30 min.
Suitable for young people aged 14-18
An alcohol education DVD divided into 3 programmes with lessons plans and a film.  It looks at the effects and risks of alcohol.

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