As a blogger, I get a lot of emails from companies; many of them are nice, some are self-serving (you know who you are), and some are flat out awesome on all levels. This is one of the awesome ones. Finding Kind is a documentary about female bullying that takes a clear look at how girls treat one another and how we can effect real change.

Check out the trailer here.

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About Finding Kind

In February 2009, two young women, Lauren Parsekian and Molly Thompson joined forces having both been affected by female bullying throughout their youth and decided to create change by giving females a platform to speak out about this universal experience. What began as an idea for a documentary about girl-against-girl bullying, ultimately became Kind Campaign, an internationally recognized movement, documentary, and school assembly program based on the powerful belief in KINDness that brings awareness and healing to the negative and lasting effects of girl-against-girl “crime.”

Indieflix has been behind this film from the start – I am late in getting the word out. Love Indieflix on so many levels – as a viewer of films and as a parent of a potential film student. You can sign up through Facebook and try it for a week for free. Indieflix has offered ten (10) 2 month subscriptions to giveaway. Check out the Rafflecopter below.

About IndieFlix

IndieFlix is a community of independent filmmakers and fans. Through its membership-based streaming service, IndieFlix helps filmmakers translate artistic vision into commercial success, and gives film lovers access to high quality independent films not otherwise available. IndieFlix’s mission is to champion filmmakers, rethink traditional approaches to distribution, and celebrate the artistry and impact of independent film. Co-founded by filmmaker Scilla Andreen, CEO of IndieFlix

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Per FTC regulations I would like to disclose that I was given a complimentary three month subscription to Indieflix (in other words, if I’m not posting as much – it’s because I’m watching great films on Indieflix :-). In further news, evidently filmmaker Lauren Parsekian just married Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad.

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17 comments on “Finding Kind on Indieflix – Try it”

  1. I was there before when I was in high school and even when I was in college, I see it in my daughter’s cousin and her friends and they are just 8 years old, it’s happening younger and younger. I knew I cried seeing this trailer, just because I know how it feels and I know my daughter well have that too and it makes me sick. This movie needs to be seen and people need to just love each other.

  2. I guess I was one of the lucky ones in high school and now in college because I was left alone with my tiny group of girlfriends who were then and now just like my sisters, but unfortunatly my little sister was not. She was tormented every single day in high school…

  3. Wow! I have been a victim of girl bullying but I have also been a bully with my sisters. When we were younger I used to scratch them and make them bleed. I seriously wonder if it’s the hormones. Girls need help and the sooner the better. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

  4. Girls and kids in general can be so mean. As I child I was made fun of and bullied also, mostly by girls.

  5. What a great idea for a documentary and for a project. Even as adults women are meaner to each other than men ever are… I have to say that I am not a huge fan of the female species (even though I am a member) and this is one of the reasons why. Perhaps if we can do something about bullying amongst girls, we can grow up to be kinder, more secure women. Bullying should never ever be tolerated and it is extremely sad that it seems to be a basic part of the American childhood experience.

  6. 3 minutes & 1 second & you had me sobbing, lol. I LOVE Indie films. They represent real life, every day life. I love truth. I would love to win this subscription.

  7. I am so glad that this documentary is out there. It really is sad that girls (and on into womanhood) treat each other this way.

  8. What a great movie –I have a preteen daughter going into middle school next year and I am terrified about what could happen!

  9. Yes, I always thought girls can be so mean and caddy to one another. Even sisters and family members act this way. This film is so necessary. It touches the heart and hits on the point that we all need to get along together. Girls need to treat other girls the way they would want to be treated.

  10. great for young girls to see whether they’ve been bullied or not. Might make a difference in someone’s life

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