T-Shirt Contest To Promote Anti-Cyberbullying Film
Movie Called Submit the Documentary
Industry apparel decorators, graphic designers and distributors with a talent for design have the opportunity to create a T-shirt print that will be seen around the world – and help raise awareness for an important cause. Makers of Submit the Documentary – a film that gives solutions to cyberbullying – are running a contest that challenges participants to create a T-shirt design with an anti-cyberbullying theme. The design, which must appeal to middle and high school students, will be featured on T-shirts that the filmmakers will distribute worldwide in promotions for the documentary.
The winning designer will have his or her bio/picture featured on the Submit website (http://www.submitthedocumentary.com) and promoted through social networks. The contest, which has a submission period that ends on July 1, is open to U.S. and Canadian residents ages 16 and up. The top two designs will be put on Submit's Facebook page where the public will vote for the winner. Voting ends July 12. Get more details about the contest here.
Submit The Documentary tells the stories of families affected by cyberbullying, with insight from victims, survivors, parents and experts. The film was produced and directed by Les Ottolenghi, founder of the digital media company P4MTech. Ottolenghi, a father, was inspired to make the film after seeing a news report about an 11-year-old boy who committed suicide after being cyberbullied. "I made this film so that all who watch it become aware and are not bystanders to cyberbullying," said Ottolenghi. "My goal for Submit is awareness. Awareness for this vast topic that is cyberbullying."