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‘Bully’ Documentary Gets Rating Change to PG-13

“Bully,” the anti-bullying documentary, is unrated no longer. The Classification and Rating Administration said it gave the film a PG-13 rating on Thursday, after the Weinstein Company submitted a newly edited version of a film that had earlier been rated R because of strong language.

Media Decoder (The New York Times)
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April 6, 2012

Take Action: Raise Awareness About #BullyMovie

Bully opened today in five theaters in Los Angeles and New York and will open in several other markets on April 13. Whether you are seeing it this weekend or have to wait a few more weeks, there’s several ways you can get involved and spread the word about the film’s opening.

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VIDEO: Glee and Jersey Shore Stars, GLAAD, and The Weinstein Company Team Up for Anti-Bullying Videos

Glee stars Naya Rivera and Cory Montieth, along with the Jersey Shore’s Vinny Guadagnino, star in a new PSA series explaining what parents and kids can do to take a stand against bullying, and asking them to visit thebullyproject.com. The PSAs are being released in conjunction with the film Bully, which opens in theaters in New York and Los Angeles tomorrow.

Outfest to Take Over Newfest

Los Angeles-based LGBT film festival Outfest today announced it would take over programming duties for the New York City-based Newfest, effectively combining the two into "one national arts organization."

Indiewire
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March 26, 2012
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