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Robert Preidt | U.S. News (3 Nov 2015)
But only films from Argentina showed smoking on screen for a longer time frame than those from the United States.
Thom Forbes | MediaPost.com (16 Oct 2015)
Tobacco in movies is "surely a perverse testimony to the power of product integration on screens both big and ever smaller."
MD Samir Gupta | Globalnews.ca (16 Sep 2015)
We now know that protecting kids from the influence of smoking in movies today is a key to preventing them from becoming smokers tomorrow.
David Bly | Times Colonist (British Columbia) (12 Sep 2015)
Smoking portrayed on movie screens had considerable influence in persuading people to smoke. The message was overt and powerful — cool, sophisticated, tough, savvy people smoked.
To save 30,000 lives, restrict movies with smoking to those 18 or older, public health researchers say
Nicole Bodnar | Univ. of Toronto News (8 Sep 2015)
An Ontario 18A rating for all movies with smoking would avert more than 30,000 tobacco-related deaths and save more than half a billion dollars in healthcare costs, University of Toronto public health researchers say.
Shamontiel Vaughn | Orlando Sun Times (16 Jul 2015)
While the rule holds strong for films that Disney produces, the same rules do not apply to films that the company distributes.
Indiantelevision.com Team | Indiantelevision.com (20 Jun 2015)
'Tobacco in youth-rated movies is an unnecessary liability. This crisis in an opportunity for the company to demonstrate its leadership and its commitment to health.'
In a first, shareholders vote on tobacco depictions in movies with As You Sow/Trinity Health proposal at Time Warner
| As You Sow (19 Jun 2015)
For the first time, shareholders will be informed that the company's products are putting millions of children at risk.
The Editors | The Hindu (26 May 2015)
The warning scroll is an effective way of communicating the dangers of smoking.
| The Hindu (21 May 2015)
Responding to Bollywood's objections to health warnings, an anti-cancer leader proposes an outright ban on smoking scenes in movies.