On Tuesday, June 26th, the emotionally raw, powerful film "Bully" will have a special Pride Premier at the Cameo Cinema (1340 Main Street, St. Helena).
This film sheds a bright light on the dark truths of the bullying endured by our youth and is a must see for everyone who wants to make the world a safer place for our children.
In addition to general admission tickets (which are just $5.00), VIP "Swag Bags" will be sold which will include preferential seating and lots of great stuff from local businesses and organizations. Proceeds from the swag bags will be donated to The Napa LGBTQ Project's "Safer Schools: Youth and Family Initiative" which develops student leaders and engages young people on school campuses across Napa County, trains educators and parents to make our schools safer, more welcoming and inclusive. For more information, or to get involved, visit www.napaLGBTQproject.org.
Don't miss this sensational film, and don't miss this opportunity to make a difference.
"If we all do it together, we will change the world"
"All it takes is for one person to stand up"
"Be the difference"
You can view the trailer for the film at http://youtu.be/eUy2ZWoStr0
For more information about the film visit http://thebullyproject.com
This is just one of more than 30 events of Napa Valley LGBTQ Pride 2012. For more information visit http://www.napavalleypride.com