LOCKER 212 tells the story of a high school bully who gets his wallflower-victim caught up in a conflict with school authority.

This short film offers another way of thinking about bullying and violence in schools. Rather than looking to point fingers or hand off responsibility, LOCKER 212 suggests that these issues cannot be resolved unless we all open our eyes to the pain around us. By listening to each other’s stories, we allow love to move in and heal.

LOCKER 212 is perhaps best suited for use with high school students. Feel free to download this film and share it at your discretion. If you’re interested, here is a link to a list of five discussion prompts: http://tinyurl.com/ovpdcfa

LOCKER 212 is a labor of love, so all we ask in return is that you let us know how LOCKER 212 has been used and any effect it might have had on your community, so we can share those stories on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LOCKER212film

CONTACT/MORE INFO:

Director Matt Nunn: (mattnunnfilms@gmail.com)
Writer/Producer Josh Barkey: ( http://joshbarkeythree.blogspot.com / www.joshbarkey.com )
Director of Photography Ben Joyner: ( www.benjoyner.com )

Also available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gp2kWAhCDdQ

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Comment by Josh Barkey on May 29, 2014 at 12:19pm
My new short film tells the story of a bully who gets his wallflower victim caught up in a conflict with school authority. Watch and share, today! (pretty please)

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