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Filmmakers against bullying

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The cowardly assholes who like to take advantage of the weak (often at school) are about to get their asses kicked — on the big screen. The National Council of Jewish Women and Family Violence Prevention Services are presenting Can’t Beat Love: Shining a Spotlight on Bullying, a video/PSA contest to raise awareness of the bullying problem suffered by students across the country. The winning prizes are $500 and $1000 (PSAs and shorts, respectively), and you have until Jan. 27 to submit yours. The winning films will be screened February 29 at Santikos Northwest 14 Theatre. For more details, contact Melissa Schulz (melissa.schulz@fvps.org, 210/930-3669) or visit CantBeatLoveSA.org. — Enrique Lopetegui

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