Bella’s life was irreversibly changed at 13 when doctored images of her were posted on a pedophile site that told men how to find her and rape her. She avoided physical assault but suffered psychological wounds that she denied to everyone, including herself. Ten years later, Bella returns home to help her parents move and confronts the trauma of her online sexual assault – and the childhood friend who betrayed her.
Bella Graves is a New York-based filmmaker who graduated from the University of Missouri’s acclaimed journalism school in 2018 with a degree in documentary filmmaking. She enjoys collaborating with other documentary filmmakers and is dedicated to supporting women and femme-identifying people in leadership and creative positions within the industry.
Adam Dietrich is a New York-based filmmaker whose debut short film, CONCERNED STUDENT 1950, was released by Field of Vision and premiered at the True/False film festival in 2016. Adam has worked on various productions and is credited on documentaries such as Bisbee ’17, Bloodroot, and Brewmaster and is the New York producer for Cinema Eye Honors.