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  • Director sees red over cowardly cyber bullying


    By Lucy Martin

    THE director of a film that explores the devastating effects of cyberbullying has condemned a Griffith gossip site, believing those responsible to be insecure and desperate to be accepted.


    Tomorrow more than 500 local students, parents and residents will see Ross Bark's film Best Enemies, based on the experiences of a young girl bullied via the internet and text messages.


  • Nova Employment Screening

    Best Enemies recently visited Nova Employment and screened the film to over 100 trainees, followed by a Q&A with Director Ross Bark, Actress Lee-Ann Simon, and Child & Educational Psychologist Andrew Greenfield.


  • North Shore Times: Why girls are so mean to each other

    The North Shore Times - 23rd April 2010


  • Best Enemies featured on Channel Seven's SUNRISE

    Best Enemies featured on Channel Seven's SUNRISE program.

    Watch the interview with Director Ross Bark, and lead-actresses Lee-Ann Simon & Ashleigh O'Brien. 

  • WIN TV - WIN News Story - Griffith Cyber Bullying

    Gone are the days when a note passed between classmates was a serious form of bullying.
    Now, the internet and mobile phones are being used frequently to bully teenagers.