NO BULL Challenge & Teen Video Awards

Just say, “NO BULL!”

The Great American NO BULL Challenge™
& Teen Video Awards

Promoting digital responsibility, leadership & social change
Using the power of education, music & filmmaking


The Great American NO BULL Challenge is a social action organization that uses the power of social media, music and the magic of filmmaking to inspire 25 million middle and high school students to create films that speak to the importance of digital responsibility.

Our goal is to use these socially driven documentary-style films and PSA’s as a means to bring about social change on a global basis.

The annual NO BULL Teen Video Awards celebrates the culmination of the NO BULL Challenge’s 4+ month national video contest, where thousands of teens from around the country are celebrated for participating. The ultimate goal? To inspire change at the youth level and build a positive school climate.

Prizes include the coveted NOBLE Award, scholarships, video cameras and a trip to Sundance Film Festival, among others.
At NO BULL’s Teen Video Awards, celebrities, music lovers, top teen filmmakers, educators, youth and industry leaders gather to celebrate America’s teens for standing up and making a difference. They’re inspiring other teens to change the world for the better, one film at a time.
NO BULL is committed to creating and inspiring youth-led films as a platform for dialogue on the most important issues of our time.

Add your winning status to your resume as a “NO BULL Challenge Winner” to your college applications and to your work resume.  What college or future employer wouldn’t be totally impressed by your talent and ability to affect real change within your school for such a serious problem as cyberbullying?

We are proud to announce the 2013 NO BULL Teen Video Award Winners:

PSA of the Year 1st Runner Up: Crossing Bridges, by:  Patrick Byrd
PSA of the Year:
TRUCE:  Cyber Kindness, by:  Hayley Grimshaw

Best Acting: Lost Hope, by:  Patrick T’Kindt
Best Community Involvement: How Do You Feel When People Look at You?, by:  Ashlynn Wilson
Best Directing: Life After Bullying, by:  Spencer Wilson
Best Message: Words., by:  Bryce Detweiler
Best Visual Effects: You’re Never Alone, by:  Jennifer Miller

NO BULL Documentary of the Year 2nd Runner Up: Facing Real Issues:  Bullying, by:  A. Camille Howard
NO BULL Documentary of the Year 1st Runner Up: What if?, by:  Andrew Hile
NO BULL Documentary of the Year: The Formula: Numbskull, by:  Hunter Hopewell

You may view the winning videos here

To get involved, visit:

Important Dates:

December 13, 2013
Video uploads begin

April 30, 2014
Video upload deadline

May 5 – 16, 2014
Public voting period

June 7, 2014
Nominees announced

Video Subject:
Digital Responsibility, Anti-Bullying

Video Lengths:
Full: 2-5 Minutes
PSA: 30-60 Seconds

6th-12th Grade Students



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