Smoke Free Movies aims to sharply reduce the U.S. film
industry's usefulness to Big Tobacco's domestic and global
marketing a leading cause of disability and premature
Stanton A. Glantz, PhD
Smoke Free Movies is a project of Stanton A. Glantz,
PhD, professor of medicine at the University of California,
San Francisco. Professor Glantz is co-author of The
Cigarette Papers and Tobacco
War and director of the UCSF
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education.
This project is supported by grants from the American Legacy Foundation, the Arimathea Fund of the Tides Foundation, and other donors. Earlier support came from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Richard
and Rhoda Goldman Fund.
Listen to an interview with Dr. Glantz about Smoke Free Movies (March 2, 2007):
If you prefer to use the U.S. Postal Service, please
Smoke Free Movies, UCSF School of Medicine, Box 1390,
San Francisco CA 94143-1390
Or phone Karen Williams at 415-476-4683
Donate to Smoke Free Movies
here to make a tax-deductable donation to support
Smoke Free Movies through the UCSF Foundation's secure
How about dinner and a movie?
Why do many restaurants and bars still resist smokefree measures? Our sister site, TobaccoScam (tobaccoscam.ucsf.edu), exposes Big Tobacco’s campaign to convince the hospitality industry that going smokefree is bad for business. You’ll find insider documents, economic studies, testimonials, and more.
Issue research and advocacy strategy, print ad campaign, and web content editing by Jonathan Polansky, Onbeyond.
James Sargent of the Department
of Pediatrics at Dartmouth Medical School, the Thumbs Up Thumbs Down project of the Breathe California of Sacramento/Emigrant Trails, and others
assisted in developing the lists on this web site.
Dougherty-Johnson assisted in locating relevant tobacco
industry documents. Karen Williams and AnneMarie Charlesworth assisted in
other research. Isaac Sato manages the computer that
hosts the web site. Karen Williams coordinates our activities
with people all over the country and generally keeps
the wheels turning.