PRLog - Jan. 21, 2010 - SUNSHINE COAST, Australia -- In a bid to raise the awareness about the serious nature of cyber bullying and to encourage youth to make the right choice, Sunshine Coast (Australia) film producer, Evette Henderson, decided that making the film comes second to shaping a positive future for youth.
Actor John Jarratt (Wolf Creek) stars in Cyber Sin
“To reduce cyber bullying worldwide is such a worthwhile cause and our three supportive charities feel the subject matter deserves more attention,” Evette said.
Half of the money raised will be distributed equally between the three charities, which includes the Australian Suicide Prevention Foundation, Beacon Foundation and ACT for Kids. While the remainder will fund stage two of filming Cyber Sin the movie.
Evette has also set herself an extraordinary mission to attract 1,000,000 fans of her Facebook group (Cyber Sin The Movie) to demonstrate the need to address this global issue.
Securing the Beacon Foundation as a supporter of Cyber Sin means that the creative team has ready access to over 100 schools across Australia to screen the film to their students. Additionally, the film will be entered into leading film festivals throughout the world.
Cyber Sin stars legendary actor John Jarratt (Wolf Creek) and his real life wife, Cody and will feature music from popular artist Kate Miller-Heidke. The story follows a group of girls cyber bullying the ‘Queen Bee’s’ cousin. Word quickly spreads like wildfire via internet and mobile phone. John and Cody Jarratt star as the parents of the victim and reveal the heartache behind losing their daughter to suicide.
Cyber Sin is scheduled for global release in 2010.
FACEBOOK FANS - http://www.facebook.com/
OFFICIAL WEBSITE - http://cybersinthemovie.com/
TWITTER - http://twitter.com/
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Ozemag.com is dedicated to collecting candid interviews with celebrities and industry experts revealing their trade secrets to showbiz success. We discover the truth behind Australia's most famous and influential entertainment gurus. 2010 sees the launch of a production division for Ozemag with community awareness short film, Cyber Sin, being the first off the slate.