Submit the Documentary: The Virtual Reality of Cyberbullying
(56 min) USA
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Monday 10/21, 4:00 PM (Session 16)

Director/Producer: Les Ottolenghi


Submit the Documentary exposes the most epic struggle in the digital, Internet age. By exploring the complicated dynamics behind cyberbullying, this film describes the impact and outcomes of advanced technology and human nature in a lawless, new, social frontier. Told through the stories of victims, bullies and experts, Submit reaches past the headlines to describe what makes cyberbullying a threat to our national and global social fabric. 


Les Ottolenghi's first feature film is Submit the Documentary. As a leader in the Internet Technology industry, Ottolenghi wanted to ensure that children would use these great technologies in a good way, not a negative one. Ottolenghi has more than 20 years of experience as a senior executive in Fortune 500 companies and as a founder of entrepreneurial ventures. He is widely recognized as an Internet commerce and media visionary, having testified before the US Senate, the Federal Trade Commission and advised the Whitehouse. Ottolenghi has counseled and worked with the largest media & entertainment firms in the world including EMI, Bertlesman, SONY Entertainment, Time Warner, CNN, Interscope Records, Universal Music, Disney Pictures and several leading popular entertainers. In addition, Ottolenghi headed up and launched the youth Internet protection product, Mousemail, which has been recognized in the news by CNN, Fox News, USA Today and MSNBC. In 2012, Ottolenghi successfully completed a series of social media products including the first ever social search engine that continuously tracks and monitors social media sentiment. Ottolenghi has been an advisor to both President Obama and President Bush on advanced Internet Technologies and has authored briefs submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court on the use of Internet technologies for Entertainment Media distribution. Most recently, Ottolenghi appeared in front of the state legislature of Maryland in support of House Bill 396, which would introduce legislation to reduce cyberbullying.
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