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‘Bully’ Director, U.S. Mayors Teaming for Anti-Bullying Program (Exclusive)

Lee Hirsch's documentary will be screened across the country as part of a program also involving the U.S. Conference of Mayors.

Susan Sarandon and Gael Garcia Bernal to Serve on Puma Impact Award Jury

"Bully" and "The Act of Killing" are among the documentaries competing for the prize, which will be announced Nov. 13.

PGA Announces 2014 Awards Date

The 25th annual awards ceremony will take place in January.

‘Bully’ Doc Awarded Producers Guild’s ‘Stanley Kramer’ Award

Lee Hirsch's look at the impact bullying has on the lives of children and families is honored for "illuminating and raising public awareness of important social issues."

What Richard Did: Film Review

Lenny Abrahamson's classy Irish suspense drama explores the aftershocks of a lethal act of violence on Dublin's gilded youth.

Elissa Greer Named FilmDistrict Senior VP of Publicity

She joins the indie distributor's new marketing team assembled by Christine Birch.

‘Bully’ Director: Mitt Romney Apology ‘Fell Short’

Filmmaker Lee Hirsch, reacting to reports that Romney bullied a prep school classmate, calls on the presidential candidate to take the lead on the issue.

‘Bully’ Director Lee Hirsch to Hold Reddit Chat as PG-13 Film Hits Theaters

After a ratings showdown with the MPAA, the documentary will release wide with just a few edits.

Justin Bieber Lends Song ‘Born to Be Somebody’ to New ‘Bully’ Ad (Video)

The singer encourages fans to see the Weinstein Co.'s high-profile documentary, which now has a PG-13 rating.

Weinstein Co. Changes Course, Edits ‘Bully’ for PG-13 Rating

The ratings board acts swiftly in granting the PG-13, and allows the Weinstein Co. and filmmaker Lee Hirsch to retain one crucial scene after other language trims were made.

MPAA Chief Christopher Dodd Says SOPA Debate Isn’t Over, Defends Hosting Harvey Weinstein Even as He Attacked Over ‘Bully’

Hollywood's top lobbyist reflects on his first year; says Weinstein "was very helpful to me as a candidate for Congress and as a senator over the years."

‘Bully’ Director Slams MPAA For ‘Great Hypocrisy’

Lee Hirsch questions why his film about school bullying got an R rating when he believes studio pictures that glorify violence constantly receive a PG.