PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center (NBPC) is proud to partner with MarVista Entertainment on the newly released Loserville. This captivating teen film follows a high school outcast named Chuck as he navigates the wild and confusing days of his senior year.
Chuck’s plan to capture the heart of his dream girl Melissa, by befriending her younger sister Mary, is complicated by the fact that a video of Mary is the talk of the school. Loserville gives an insightful, unique look at teen life and the issues faced by youth. It’s full of poignant, authentic moments, while sensitively tackling and helping the viewer understand the important issue of bullying.
“We want to thank the cast, crew, and producers for this sensitive look at the issue of bullying,” said Julie Hertzog, director of PACER’s NBPC. “It is our hope that the movie will be a conversation starter for a kinder and more inclusive and accepting world.”
On #UnityDay2016, Oct. 19, members of the Loserville team will be promoting Unity Day by sending one loud orange message of support through social media with photos and videos! See all of #TeamLoserville’s #UnityDay video messages.
For more information about Loserville, visit www.loservillefilm.com or follow Loserville on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram at @LoservilleFilm.