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SOURCE SUBMIT The Documentary LLC
Film Reviewers and Blogosphere agrees SUBMIT is a MUST-SEE
ATLANTA, March 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- With 12 reviews in two weeks since being announced, it is gratifying to see that the blogosphere and film reviewers believe that SUBMIT is not to be missed: "Extremely well done." "Gave me goose bumps." "Made me cry." "Emotional roller coaster," "Deeply concerning," "I want my son's school to see this." READ MORE REVIEWS: Here
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REEL GA gave SUBMIT (****1/2) rating. "From the first ardently pixelated moments, backed a loud, pulsating soundtrack, the film's atmosphere is thick with an urgency that echoes 'The Social Network' and 'Catfish.' While all three movies reside in the same universe, 'Submit the Documentary' possesses a passion and importance the others do not. The film wastes zero time on white space, making sure each frame is both trim and useful. Never slowing down long enough to catch its breath."
Justin Patchin Cyberbullying Research Center, "Submit includes the requisite stories of those who have been affected most deeply by cyberbullying. Tina Meier, Donna Witsell, John Lowe, and others who lost their children as a result of, at least in part, experience with cyberbullying remind viewers that these behaviors cannot simply be ignored. We can learn a lot from what happened to Megan, Hope, and Johanna, and shame on us if we don't do things better the next time."
Jeff Stephens A Crazy Dad Life fatherly perspective, "The gut wrenching story of Megan Meier has been told before, but hearing the details from her mom really personalized the impact and sadness left by such a tragedy. As a dad of daughters, seeing the pure and enduring pain and suffering in the face and actions of Johanna's dad, reminded me to count my blessings every day I get to spend with my daughters."
Over 65 private screenings have been requested by schools and youth organizations from across the country and Canada, including the PLUS Program in California.
On March 23, 2013 Submit will be premiering at the Atlanta Film Festival. Location: Main screen at The Plaza Theatre. Interview with Submit producer Les Ottolenghi by 365Wired is being shown in the local Atlanta area on Xfinity OnDemand.
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For more information, screening kits, and showing information, please visit www.submitthedocumentary.com.
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