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“Hear Me Now” is a stylish and poignant documentary featuring compelling stories from dozens who have been affected by bullying in schools and continue to be affected, giving viewers a candid look inside the world of bullying and the inspiration to find hope amid the darkness.

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hear-me-now-dvd-cover_sm“Hear Me Now” is a stylish and poignant documentary featuring compelling stories from dozens who have been affected by bullying in schools and continue to be affected, giving viewers a candid look inside the world of bullying and the inspiration to find hope amid the darkness.
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Hear Me Now” strives to become the quintessential anti school bullying documentary to change and save the lives of those who have experienced bullying.
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It encourages reassurance that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and that those experiencing bullying are not alone.

It focuses on harsh realities and the positive steps that are being taken to raise awareness and prevent school bullying.

Shot through a series of moving testimonials and poignant reenactments, “Hear Me Now” is sure to reach into the hearts and minds of many.

“Hear Me Now” features compelling and informative on-camera interviews with Columbine survivor Craig Scott, anti-bullying activist Kirk Smalley, who tragically lost his son to suicide, and dozens who have been affected by bullying and continue to be affected, giving viewers a candid look inside the world of bullying and the inspiration to find hope amidst the darkness. Director Bill Cornelius speaks about the film: “The inspiration came from my own personal experiences with bullying when I was in middle school. Like many, those experiences had a lasting impact on my life,” he mentions. “Since then, I’ve wanted to leverage my work in the film industry to help those dealing with the same issues that I once dealt with.”

Surprisingly, although bullying is a huge problem in many schools, the producers found that institutions were reluctant to participate in the production.

“Bullying seems to be a very taboo subject for many American schools and, unfortunately, they feel the best course of action is to sweep the issue under the rug with hopes that it goes away,” Cornelius states. “We found that the schools that were very open and receptive to us all had some form of anti-bullying program in place, which I think is very telling.”

Written, Directed, and Shot by Bill Cornelius

2016 | 51 minutes | Closed Captioned and SDH Subtitled

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Community Screening License, K-12 Schools, Non-Profit/Community Screening License, Public Libraries, Universities-Colleges