'LIKE US' Film Extended Trailer
Watch our award-winning, social-impact short film LIKE US – a film made by kids for kids – and be inspired by what other students have created to share their messages of acceptance while learning filmmaking and media arts.
Using actual scenes from our included student-based LIKE US movie, learn to create your own film scene using a smartphone, tablet, or camera.
Follow our guides or do it your way – create and upload your own version of a scene from our LIKE US film, or even create an entirely new scene, and enter it into the next round of our LIKE US Awards competition.
optional - students not required to enter
Our curriculum is based on over 10 years of film and video instructional experience by THISLEARNING® – it also incorporates social impact awareness and messages of acceptance into lessons on filmmaking as a way to teach inclusion through media arts education.
Believing in ourselves, letting go, and accepting others can help support acceptance and create safe spaces. Celebrate filmmaking and acceptance with us when we announce our annual LIKE US Award winners.
StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what bullying and cyberbullying are, who is at risk, and how you can help prevent and respond appropriately.
The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments offers tools, training, and technical assistance to schools, institutions of higher education, families, and communities.
Getting Help – Bullying Prevention
The Bullying Prevention Module by StopBully.gov is a research-based resource that can help you lead bullying prevention efforts in your local community. Take the continuing education course to learn how to take a public health approach.
Getting Help – Acceptance Through Mindfulness
EXAMPLE COURSE: Explore acceptance through the perspective of mindfulness.