Special thank you to this year’s event Silver Level Sponsors – Schimmel & Parks and Picture
Head – for making the KITS Film Awards possible.
“Bully” “Bully” “Bully” “Bully” – the winning script from our inaugural KITS National Short Screenplay Competition
– focuses on a lonely teen from a troubled home who is pushed past his breaking point when
a bully ruins his chance to take his crush to prom. Jackson-Brown wrote this film so that he
could heal the wounds created by the loss of his mother, as well as the physical and
emotional abuse he had to overcome throughout his life.
In “Bully Bully,” John (played by Terry Crews), is an alcoholic and abusive father who has not dealt
with the grief from the loss of his wife, nor the abandonment he feels for his daughter
leaving the house after the mother’s death.
After being publicly humiliated by a bully named Maverick, John’s son Mike (played by
Rodney Jackson-Brown) heads to school with his father’s gun to confront Maverick. Mike and
Maverick both have a crush on Cole (played by Ariel Winter), who is the source of tension
between the two of them.
“Bully” “Bully” “Bully” is directed by KITS ambassador David Mahmoudieh who has led KITS youth as a
director for more than five years, directing some of the organization’s most memorable films
including “Parallel,” “Kurupted,” “Death’s Possessions,” and “Answer That.” David most
recently enlisted KITS youth to help him conceptualize Ringo Starr’s newest music video
“Let’s Change the World.”
Don’t miss the premiere of “Bully”
Saturday, November 6th!
Terry Crews and Ariel Winter
Rodney Jackson-Brown
Liam McIntyre, Matthew Erick White &
James Landry Hebert
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Orpheum Theatre
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