PLEASANTON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Youth from across the country positively impacted their campuses and communities by creating short films and PSA’s to stand up to some of the biggest issues teens face today. Topics include: bullying, violence, drug/alcohol abuse, LGBT, and body image.
Announcing the 2016 NO BULL video winners:
- Holding On by Spencer Boechler – Documentary of the Year
- Attritions the Mission by Cory Miles – College Documentary of the Year
- Society by Mariah Ospina – PSA of the Year
- A Letter from Above by Carolina Torres – Best Message Documentary
- A Walk in my Shoes by Kolton Rice – Best Community Involvement Documentary
- Bullying Awareness by Joseph Burrell – Best Message PSA
- Blurryface: Dating Violence by Rachel Lin – Best Community Involvement PSA
- #livelifefully Stand Up to a Bully by Parker Varnadoe – People’s Choice Vine
Students were presented their awards at each of their campuses today through surprise announcements. Complete with a red carpet and a step & repeat, a bit of Hollywood was brought to each of the winner’s hometowns during each ceremony.
2016 was another great year for the NO BULL Challenge. #NOBULLnation social media campaign, in conjunction with the Teen Video Awards, generated more than 25 million social media impressions over the last 12 months.
Founded in 2011, The Great American NO BULL Challenge is a social action organization that uses the power of social media and the magic of filmmaking to inspire students to create short films or PSA’s that raise awareness and inspire positive social action on issues affecting today’s youth. NO BULL provides the framework and motivation at no cost to schools and organizations to develop powerful short films and PSA’s; empowering students to promote leadership, social justice, and to inspire positive change in their schools and communities.
CHANGE MAKERS REACHING MILLIONS