Hardly Easlie Production Partners with Bob’s Big Boy To Bring Awareness About Anti-Bullying and LGBT Teen Challenges


Change is Inevitable! How you change is up to you.

The PiePie Production Feature Film Continues the Dialogue that Change Begins With You.

This story is incredibly close to my heart because a lot of the inspiration comes from my own experience with abuse. I was emotionally and physically abused in my teens by my high school sweetheart.
— Roe Moore - Director-Writer-Producer
BURBANK, CA, USA, May 13, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ --

WHAT: Stop Bullying Awareness Fundraiser

WHEN: May 26, 2016 from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.

WHERE: Bob’s Big Boy, 4211 West Riverside Drive, Burbank, CA 91505 - (818) 843-9334

WHO: Director/Writer/Producer Roe Moore and cast of Hardly Easlie will be at Bob’s Big Boy for a casual meet and greet to raise awareness about anti-bullying.

HOW: Any meal you dine in or take out, Bob’s will donate 20% of your bill to the production of Hardly Easlie, which begins filming in July 2016. Learn more at www.HardlyEaslieFilm.com. Tax-deductible donations are also accepted anytime through the Film Collaborative.

WHY: The National Statistics are Alarming:
 1 out of 4 teens are bullied.
 9 out of 10 LGBT students experienced harassment at school and online.
 8% students stay home because they're afraid of being bullied.
 1 out of 5 kids admits to being a bully, or doing some "bullying."
 43% fear harassment in the bathroom at school.

THE FILM: High school is a very crucial time of transition and change. Through the stories of fictional characters Steve (Michael Emery), Grant (Rob Roy), Samantha (Sigi Gradwohl), and Seth (Sam Gasch), the film examines how teenagers experience social and emotional pressures. The film delves into the topics of bullying and the teen LGBT community. Steve’s bullying ways at school is flipped on its side when the curtain to his home life is pulled back to show the root of his ways stems from his abusive father. Star athlete Grant learns slowly that his secret isn’t something he needs to hide when he finds support in the high school’s LGBT group and has the opportunity to participate in discussions about shared experiences. The film explores the meaning of gender roles and how we can better support the community.

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