September 20th, 2014
Bully is one example of the potential of documentary films. Costing less than $US1 million to make, the film was selected to be part of Good Pitch New York in 2010.
To date Bully has been seen by 3.3 million students including 9500 free community and school screenings; 7500 teachers in 175 US cities have bought an education pack that will assist them in working through issues raised by the film, which has been released in countries ranging from Australia to South Africa and India.
By Jane Albert
The Australian, 20.09.2014
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