Screenings

Film is one of the most effective learning mediums! Especially when we throw in some anonymous polling to spark thinking around challenging topics. We host interactive screenings of films for both parents and learners.

  • Our Kids Online: Must-see film for parents, made by parents: keeping kids safe from predators and the fallout from online pornography exposure.
  • Brain, Heart, World: Unpacking porn’s effect on the brain, heart, and world, this series does a great job of explaining the science behind porn addiction, and how it begins a dependency in the individual, leading to disconnection from those around us and ultimately with our world.
  • The Upstanders: A story of resilience, and the power of connection to end bullying, The Upstanders explores all sides of cyber-bullying, from bully to victim, bystanders and family members. Weaving together personal stories of teenagers and their families, as well as teachers and brain-scientists, it shows the importance of empathy and resilience to transforming attitudes and action, and highlights new laws and established programs that are already reducing bullying in schools and communities. It shows that everyone is needed to eradicate cyber-bullying, and gives bystanders the confidence and tools to become ‘Upstanders’, and help change the narrative.
  • Finding Kind: Having both been affected by female bullying throughout their youth, Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson decided to create change by giving females a platform to speak out about this universal experience. What began as an idea for a documentary about girl-against-girl bullying, ultimately became Kind Campaign, a multi-platform movement that has transformed hundreds of thousands of lives, friendships, classrooms and communities around the world.
  • LIKE: A film which explores the impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain. Understanding that virtual connection is not going away and has many benefits, its goal is to inform, educate and inspire people of all ages to self-regulate, so they can enjoy balanced and fulfilled lives. LIKE weaves in the stories and reflections of teenagers, and the perspectives of both brain scientists and Silicon Valley creators, who explain how our online behaviour is affected by algorithms, from being compelled to respond to notifications, to manipulating ourselves to gain more ‘likes’.
  • Nevertheless: A timely and essential look behind the headlines of #MeToo and Time’s Up at how far we’ve come on sexual harassment, and how far we still have to go. A critical issue for all high school students, who can start changing the culture of tomorrow now. Rather than blaming, this film contextualizes, leaving each one of us to come to our conclusions about how we want to change the world we live in, and how each one of us can do this.
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    May 16, 2022
  • positive review  As parents, most of us need help to monitor our kids' online activities and behaviour. Be in Touch does an amazing job, offering valuable, easy-to-access support to empower parents.

    Carla Cruvinel Pontes Avatar Carla Cruvinel Pontes
    February 2, 2022
  • Wonderful work - thank you for keeping us in touch with our kids!

    Lisa Scott-Salgado Avatar Lisa Scott-Salgado
    May 18, 2022
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    Arno Van Der Walt Avatar Arno Van Der Walt
    December 15, 2020
  • positive review  An amazing organization made up of an amazing team! Extremely proud to be associated with BIT!

    Russell Pengelly Avatar Russell Pengelly
    December 14, 2020
  • positive review  Be in Touch is an absolute invaluable initiative and resource for parents and their children, and even for grandparents like myself, as we navigate this ever growing digital landscape. The digital connected world has such incredible value, but also many challenges, as not only we are being exposed to very powerful negative agendas over the web, but also the danger of devices being the new addiction. Josh and team, thanks so much for coming form a deep values-based motivation to support us in this way.

    Tertia Smit Avatar Tertia Smit
    December 17, 2020
  • positive review  Just been part of a webinar that was really informative and I will take so much from it with regards to parenting safer and saner kids

    Lee-Ann Wijtenburg Avatar Lee-Ann Wijtenburg
    March 10, 2022
  • positive review  Josh and his team bring significant experience, best practice and the latest tech to the digital wellness space. Our learnings through Be In Touch really emphasize the dire need for all parents to step into a space or knowing how to manage your child’s online journey always supporting healthy usage. I highly recommend working with Josh

    Misha Teasdale Avatar Misha Teasdale
    December 14, 2020
  • positive review  Quick, informative and professional webinars! A must for all parents.

    Nisché Strong Avatar Nisché Strong
    April 6, 2022
  • positive review  Josh was amazing with our children, talking about tricky issues with poise. His warm personality let children have an immediate repore with him. This helped us get realistic results for the survey - a must for all schools who care about the digital wellbeing of their children. We are looking forward to further partnering with Be in Touch to help us guide our parents whom we hope will in turn help provide a safer online environment for their children.

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    February 2, 2022

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