Screen Cyberbullying Films At Your School or Organization

The AT&T Film Invitational invites you to share the youth-created original films in your community to educate others about the effects of cyberbullying.

To kick off a new national effort to raise awareness for the issue of cyberbullying, AT&T together with the Tyler Clementi Foundation, invited more than 250 high school student filmmakers to New York City to participate in the first ever Cyberbullying Film Invitational.

The films created by the students are now available for schools to use at events and assemblies to raise awareness among teens about the dangers of cyberbullying and risky online behavior. If you’re interested in screening films at your school, please share some information below and a partner in the AT&T Cyberbullying Film Invitational will follow-up to assist you in bringing these important messages to your community.

Together, we can end bullying, harassment and humiliation online (and offline!).

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