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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

THE BULLY PROJECT

TFF 2011 Directed by Lee Hirsch
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE THE BULLY PROJECT [TFF 2011]
More than 18 million young people across the US will be bullied this year. This alarming documentary takes us into the disquieting day-to-day lives of five kids and their families over the course of a school year. Two families are left devastated by their sons' suicide, while one mother faces her 14-year-old daughter's incarceration after she threatens her bullies with a gun. Rare access to the Sioux City Community School District captures up close and disturbing "on the ground" footage of bullying in classrooms, playgrounds, cafeterias, and school buses. Kids who are made into outcasts at school become the film's heroes as they defend their right to be different and courageously give testimony to the trauma and dangers of severe bullying.

With a compelling sense of urgency, Emmy-winning filmmaker Lee Hirsch's intimately observed, beautifully cinematic, and character-driven documentary might just be the catalyst needed to reverse a spiraling epidemic and transform our approach to bullying as parents, teachers, administrators, peers, and a society.
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More than 18 million young people across the US will be bullied this year. This alarming documentary takes us into the disquieting day-to-day lives of five kids and their families over the course of a school year. Two families are left devastated by their sons' suicide, while one mother faces her 14-year-old daughter's incarceration after she threatens her bullies with a gun. Rare access to the Sioux City Community School District captures up close and disturbing "on the ground" footage of bullying in classrooms, playgrounds, cafeterias, and school buses. Kids who are made into outcasts at school become the film's heroes as they defend their right to be different and courageously give testimony to the trauma and dangers of severe bullying.

With a compelling sense of urgency, Emmy-winning filmmaker Lee Hirsch's intimately observed, beautifully cinematic, and character-driven documentary might just be the catalyst needed to reverse a spiraling epidemic and transform our approach to bullying as parents, teachers, administrators, peers, and a society.
Film Information
Year: 2011
Length: 90 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Director: Lee Hirsch
Producer: Cynthia Lowen, Lee Hirsch
Editor: Lindsay Utz, Jenny Golden
Director of Photography: Lee Hirsch
Executive Producer: Cindy Waitt
Composer: Ion Furjanic, Justin Rice, Christian Rudder
Additional Editor: Jenny Golden
Contacts

Director
Lee Hirsch
New York, NY 10011
Phone: 917 655 3514
lee.hirsch@verizon.net

Producer
Cynthia Lowen
Brooklyn, NY 11205
Phone: 646.251.0300
cynthia.lowen@gmail.com

Director
Lee Hirsch
New York, NY 10011
Phone: 917 655 3514
lee.hirsch@verizon.net

Producer
Cynthia Lowen
Brooklyn, NY 11205
Phone: 646.251.0300
cynthia.lowen@gmail.com

About the Director(s)
LEE HIRSCH made his debut with the South African anti-Apartheid doc Amandla! A Revolution in Four Part Harmony, winning the Audience and Freedom of Expression Awards at Sundance plus one of the five Emmy awards it was nominated for, among many other honors. Hirsch attended the Putney School and Hampshire College.

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