Free Our Sports is an Alcohol Justice campaign committed to exposing and eliminating alcohol advertising, sponsorships, branding, celebrity endorsements, and promotions from every sport, from college games to the Super Bowl, from the World Series to the World Cup and the Olympics.
Protecting young people from unhealthy and exploitative alcohol advertising is a global issue. In response, the emerging campaign, https://www.EndAlcoholAdvertisingInSport.org is a portal to organizations worldwide who share the mission of removing alcohol sponsorship from sports.
Welcome to the new Free Our Sports™ Film Festival contest website.
This space is dedicated to providing a digital rallying point for young people to creatively oppose alcohol advertising, sponsorships, branding and promotions from every sport, from college games to the NFL Championship, from the World Series to the World Cup and Olympics.
1) How old must I be to enter this contest?
You must be at least ten years old but less than twenty-one.
2) How do I enter the video contest?
Read the Contest Rules, follow the Contest Rules, make a video, and submit here on the site!
3) How do I submit my video?
Click here to Register and Submit your video.
4) Will my video be played during the Super Bowl?
Someday we hope the TV networks will see the wisdom in playing a Free Our Sports™ video during every TV sporting event. For now, though, Free Our Sports™ videos are not played during the Super Bowl.
The Honorary Host Committee
Representative Lynn Woolsey
Senator Mark Leno
Assembly Member Jared Huffman
Bd of Equalization Member Betty Yee
Dist. Atty. Edward Berberian, Jr.
Supt. Of Schools Mary Jane Burke
Sheriff Robert Doyle
Sup. Steve Kinsey
Sup. Kathrin Sears
Sup. Susan L. Adams
Sup. Judy Arnold
HHS Dir. Dr. Larry Meredith
Mayor Al Boro
Council Member Greg Brockbank
Council Member Damon Connolly
Council Member Barbara Heller
Council Member Marc Levine
Police Chief Jeff Franzini
Smith Rafael Film Center
Mark Fishkin, Executive Director
SkyBox - $5000+
Joanne and Peter Haas Jr. Fund
Touchdown - $2500+
Field Goal - $1000+
College of Marin
United Food and Commercial Workers Western States
50 Yard Line - $500+
Marin County District Attorney Edward Berberian, Jr.
Linda Barry Dunn
Alabama Citizens Action Program (ALCAP)
First Down - $250+
Marin County Supervisor Judy Arnold
Bruce Lee Livingston and Jodi Reid
American Council on Alcohol Problems (ACAP)
Kick-Off - $100+
Serge and Aline Martial
Michael Scippa and Sara Haynes
Paul B. Scott
Mrs. Frances Wood