- An American Girl. Chrissa Stands Strong (2009)
- Meet Chrissa Maxwell. She and her family have just moved, and she has to start at a new school mid-year. Will she fit in? Can she find new friends? On her very first day, Chrissa is seated with three girls who greet her with teasing and tricks. The Mean Bees really know how to sting. They bully her in class, on the bus, online, and even at swim club. Chrissa can't seem to make any new friends; not even with the girl who seems to need a friend the most. When the biggest bully becomes Chrissa's swimming rival, the taunting finally goes too far. Now it's up to Chrissa. Will she find a way to stand strong and stop the bullying? Based on 'The Charissa stories' by Mary Casanova. Starring Sammi Hanratty, Annabeth Gish, Timothy Bottoms.
- Bullying: A Culture of Silence (2009)
- Focuses on the victims and the profound and lasting consequences that bullying can have on families, friends, and bystanders. Investigates the rationale behind the silence that surrounds it with heartfelt accounts from victims and families along with gripping interviews with leading experts in the field. A documentary by Sunnie McFadden-Curtis.
- A Girl's Life with Rachel Simmons (2009)
- Rachel Simmons interviews parents, psychologists, teachers, and social workers who are helping nurture girls into capable, resilient adults. Simmons talks with four very special girls who tell their own deeply personal tales of dealing with issues like cyber bullying, body image, and violence. With courage and determination, these girls reveal their hopes and dreams for a powerful future. Originally broadcast on PBS.
- Kidulthood (2008)
- When a young girl in West London hangs herself after being constantly bullied, a group of kids from her school take to the streets in retaliation. Starring Aml Ameen, Red Madrell, Adam Deacon, Jaime Winstone; & produced by Menhaj Huda. Original music by Angel. Rated R.
- 7 Ways to Block a Cyberbully (2008)
- Cyber bullies don't shove kids on the playground or steal lunch money, but they are just as dangerous. They stay hidden behind technology and target students on the Internet and through cell phones. This film teaches students how to be smart and stay safe in a cyberbully situation. Presented by Maria Henneberry.
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