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Tell Your Children They can get Naturally High
Date:11/8/2012

LONDON, November 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Following the Substance Abuse Death report[1] showing an eight-fold increase in deaths from legal highs in 2010 alone, the Angelus Foundation, launches the first national film competition through its Why Not Find Out Campaign for young people to explore ways of getting naturally high on Wednesday 14 November at the Tricycle Cinema in Camden, London.

The Angelus event is supported by Lord Puttnam, the Angelus Ambassador for film, Lord Parry Mitchell, Dr Anthony Seldon, the Co-Founder of the Happiness Campaign, the comedian and celebrity presenter Jeff Leach as well as Simon Berthon and other award winning film producers who will mentor the winners.

There is a rapidly growing number of new drugs which young people may be tempted to experiment with. This national film competition shows that young people can share their favourite ways of releasing natural chemicals which make them naturally high: still having fun, but staying safe.  

Young people will be invited to compete to make films about the best ways of getting naturally high, such as sports and music (film makers can seek funding through o2's Think Big programme (http://www.o2thinkbig.co.uk) which gives grants of £300 to 13-25 year olds for film projects aimed at addressing local issues). The winners will be mentored by award winning film producers including Simon Berthon (who produced Wallis Simpson: The Secret Letters, Nuremburg: Goering's Last Stand and the Channel 4 series Warlords) and the judges of the competition include Lord David Puttnam, the Angelus Ambassador for Film. The winning films will appear on television.  

Almost one-third of young people are searching for ways of getting legally high according to the latest survey commissioned by the Angelus Foundation. However two-thirds of the 16-24 year olds (67%) surveyed admitted not being well
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