The Bully Receives It's Third Film Festival Award For Best Short Narrative
Mynding My Own Bizness™ Entertainment's film, The Bully, earns its third award at Americas Rainbow Inaugural Film Festival
By: Mynding My Own Bizness™ Entertainment
The winning short film was shown to an audience and panel of judges on the night of the Festival's inaugural debut amongst other films in the same category. A Q & A followed with Executive Producer Maurice Wilson, Writer/Artist Jiggy Jada, and actor John Echo who plays Buck's father in the movie.
America's Rainbow Film Festival celebrated all forms of domestic and international quality films made by and/or starring Urban/Minority LGBT (Q) I (A) Community Members as part of their mission to break the stigma and stereotyping worldwide. *http://www.americasrainbow.org
The Bully tells the tale of a Muslim girl, "Erika", who starts a new school and finds herself the victim of relentless bullying. In the resulting emotional turmoil, she finds allies and salvation in unexpected places. The Bully tackles not only the issues of bullying, but that of racism, religion, and sexuality. It is a story of intolerance, but also a story of kindness, forgiveness, and redemption.
The film stars Staten Island teen actors, Charles Keppler and Sarah Altreche. The short film is the inspired and written work of Staten Islander and recording artist/writer/
The Bully was Executive Produced by, Dr. Jacquelyn Wilson (Mynding My Own Bizness™ Entertainment, The Stop Bullying Project®, #SurpriseTheStruggling™