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Release Date:
17 July 2011 (USA) See more »
Words can hurt.
A teenager is subjected to a campaign of bullying by classmates through a social networking site. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
2 wins & 6 nominations See more »
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  (in credits order)

Emily Osment ... Taylor Hillridge

Kay Panabaker ... Samantha Caldone

Meaghan Rath ... Cheyenne Mortenson

Kelly Rowan ... Kris Hillridge

Jon McLaren ... Scott Ozsik (as Jon Mclaren)

Robert Naylor ... Eric Hillridge

Nastassia Markiewicz ... Lindsay Fordyce

Jade Hassouné ... Caleb

Caroline Redekopp ... Karen Caldone
Ivan Smith ... Darren Mortensen
Ronda Louis-Jeune ... Becca

John Maclaren ... Senator Evans

Marcel Jeannin ... Dr. Rilke

Bruce Dinsmore ... Lindsay's Father
Danny Blanco Hall ... Reporter (as Danny Blanco-Hall)

Tyrone Benskin ... Principal Wasney

Paula Jean Hixson ... Police Detective
Kathleen Fee ... History Teacher

Katelyn Wells ... Teenage Girl

Jenessa Grant ... Fake Taylor
Jessica Harris ... Lily Caldone

Jonathan Dubsky ... Blurry Guy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jamyria James ... Jennat (uncredited)
Geneviève Joly-Provost ... Ally (uncredited)

Directed by
Charles Binamé 
Writing credits
Teena Booth (written by)

Produced by
Sandrine Gros d'Aillon .... line producer
Jesse Prupas .... producer
Michael Prupas .... executive producer
Joel S. Rice .... executive producer
Original Music by
James Gelfand 
Cinematography by
Pierre Gill 
Film Editing by
Simon Webb 
Casting by
Andrea Kenyon 
Stacey Levy 
Randi Wells 
Production Design by
Patricia Christie 
Set Decoration by
Jean-Charles Claveau 
Costume Design by
Janet Campbell 
Makeup Department
Larysa Chernienko .... key makeup artist
Linda Gordon .... key hair stylist
Julie Olsen-Bouchard .... hair stylist
Elbina Oulmacheva .... makeup artist
Production Management
Daniel Boudreau .... unit manager
Alain Caporicci .... assistant unit manager
Stéphane Jacques .... production manager
Evan Tussman .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Karine P. Labelle .... third assistant director
Don Terry .... first assistant director
Art Department
Sarah Rose Buchanan .... researcher
Annette Bélanger .... art dept co-ordinator
André Ratelle .... property master
Sound Department
Scott Donald .... supervising dialogue & adr editor
Philippe Espantoso .... re-recording mixer
Ray Gould .... adr mixer
Steven Gurman .... supervising sound editor
Michel Lecoufle .... sound mixer
Peter Lopata .... sound effects editor
Francois Maurice .... dialogue editor
Nathalie Piche .... boom operator
Camera and Electrical Department
Philippe Bossé .... stills photographer
Yannick Champagne .... set digital image technician
Daniel Chrétien Jr. .... best boy electric
Daniel Chrétien .... gaffer (as Daniel Chretien Sr.)
Paul Duchesne .... key grip
Marie-Ève Gosselin .... camera trainee
Pantazidis Panagiotis .... still photographer
Geoffroy St-Hilaire .... camera operator
Jan Thijs .... main still photographer
Jean-Francois Tousignant .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Casting Department
Stacey Levy .... casting: U.S.
Shari Libman .... casting assistant
Jami Rudofsky .... casting: U.S.
Johanne Titley .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Michelle Caron .... post-production assistant
Véronique Melançon .... assistant editor
Etienne Patry .... colorist
Serge Verreault .... on-line editor
Music Department
Kyle Merkley .... music consultant
Transportation Department
Luc Bouthillier .... driver
Nelson Dufour .... driver
Sylvain Lebeau .... driver
Mylène Papillon .... driver
Other crew
Chantal Allard .... production assistant
Guy Aumond .... production accountant
Michel Bachand .... key craft service
Kevin Bujold .... production assistant
Gabrielle Cantin .... additional production assistant
Michelle Caron .... post assistant
Philip A. Cutler .... tutor coordinator
Patrick Daireaux .... production assistant
Christine Deita .... craft service
Gabrielle Anne Desy .... additional production assistant
Luc-Eric Duhamel .... unit truck production assistant
Colleen Hanafin .... production coordinator
Charlene Hodge .... first assistant accountant
Nadia Khedaim .... production assistant
Dany Lachapelle .... additional production assistant
Isabelle Lauzon .... additional production assistant
Daniel Leduc .... set runner
Jane Lu .... production secretary
Andre Nicolas Malouf .... additional production assistant (as André Nicholas Malouf)
Betty Palik .... unit publicist
Anisha Rangi .... unit publicity manager
Betty Palik .... epk producer (uncredited)
Olivier Saleh .... on-set tutor (uncredited)
Annette Woloshen .... stand-in (uncredited)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Cyberbu//y" - USA (promotional title)
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120 min (including commercials) | 87 min (without commercials)
Sound Mix:
Brazil:12 | Canada:PG (TV rating) | USA:TV-14
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

When Taylor is making her Cliquesters account, she is reading the questions to fill out on her profile. She reads the questions out loud, and one asks,"What color underwear are you wearing?" However, when Taylor reads it out loud she says,"What KIND of underwear are you wearing?"See more »
Continuity: Taylor's phone changes throughout the movie. You can tell by the camera lens on the back.See more »
Caleb:I saw what people were saying about you online. I don't know why they have to do that. It sucks.
Taylor Hillridge:How would you know?
Caleb:You serious?
Taylor Hillridge:You've been called a slut and a whore, really?
Caleb:I guess you've never been in my page. There's fairy, fruit, homo, too gay to live.
Taylor Hillridge:Yeah, I mean, it's not really the same thing. I mean, you really are gay. What they're saying about me isn't true.
Caleb:You really don't get how messed up it is.
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24 out of 35 people found the following review useful.
By far one of the worst scripts of all time, 25 July 2013
Author: wjkilgore21

By referring to this movie as a film, you are insulting filmmakers and any movie with any effort put into it whatsoever. This movie has absolutely no redeeming qualities whatsoever, as it consists of abysmal acting, poor directing, and in my opinion, the worst drama script I have ever read in my entire life. Every single last person involved in this project should be ashamed of their involvement in this and perhaps their existence altogether. This is one of the worst movie experiences ever, and possibly one of the worst experiences ever. It's that bad. To describe this movie in a sentence: It's like an alien came down from space and had five days to make a movie about what a human teenage life is like. Looking back, it's hard to think of a single line that had any substance to it or any realism. Every single last character is cliché and reacts in ways that no human being should. Usually, a movie has a few drawbacks, such as a poor performance by a single actor or a single plot-hole, but literally every single thing about this movie is bad, and I have never said this about any movie ever before. It's just mindless blabbering, stirring up petty melodrama, hoping for someone to watch it with no frame of reference to any human conversation ever. The only acceptable thing about this abomination is that the leading actress's performance is passable, which is perhaps a miracle, considering the lines she was given might as well have been written by a retarded fish. That is honestly the nicest thing I can say about this movie. The only chance there is of me recommending someone else to rent this is so that I can tell them to throw that copy of the film into a furnace and destroy it. You can find a better movie anywhere else on the planet. You can combine all of Uwe Boll's deleted scenes from all of his movies, and it would probably make more sense than 'Cyberbully'. Never before have I seen a movie so horrible in every way. The only movie I can think of that comes close to being as bad as this is 'Disaster Movie', but that's because it tries to be bad. I recommend you go your entire life without watching 'Cyberbully', and you should also warn your friends and neighbors against it as well.

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