Your film is a documentary, we chose this form because we wanted to hear from the youth, not just one but as many as we could, to get a full grasp of the matter. We tried to get the truth, we didn’t want to candy coat it, or shift it to one perspective. We wanted to inform, and tell the leaders of our schools how we felt and that it wasn’t just one person saying it, that it is an issue to a lot of students.
We tried to get a diverse group of kids, not just go to one area of the school and ask a few people, so we went to different schools, and wandered around shoving our cameras in their faces and asking them questions they weren’t used to getting asked.