Have Faith Productions’ “FOREVER TEN” Inspired By Suicide of 10 Year Old Sammy Teusch

Have Faith Productions’ “FOREVER TEN” Inspired By Suicide of 10 Year Old Sammy Teusch

Toronto, On – Have Faith Productions is now in development for its next project, “Forever Ten,” a story ripped from recent headlines.  On May 5, 2024, Ten-year-old Sammy Teusch, a fourth grader at Indiana’s Greenfield Intermediate School, took his own life following relentless bullying.  Have Faith Productions with the blessing of the Teusch family will write and produce “Forever Ten” spotlighting the escalation of bullying in schools, and the toll it takes on both students and teachers when proper consequences are not in place.   Bullying effects one in five of our youth and the numbers are growing.  Statistics are based on ages 12-17 years.   Shockingly… Sammy was ten.

Have Faith Productions co-founders, author, screenwriter and producer, Lynne Stoltz and Sasha Stoltz, executive producer, publicist and media consultant are honored to tell this story.   The mother/ daughter producing team is coming off the currently trending movie, “Sons 2 The Grave,” inspired from actual events. The company is also producing a TV series “Hudson.”  After watching “Sons 2 The Grave” Sam Teusch knew this story was in good hands.  Lynne writes from the heart with raw and brutal honesty and that’s where “Forever Ten” begins, with the agony one family goes through trying to protect their son.  The Teusch family want to send the message that any kind of bullying is unacceptable and without accountability we will lose more children.  Sam Teusch will present an anti-bullying bill to Congress in his son’s name, determined that Sammy’s death will not be in vain.  This story is not just Sammy’s, though.  Sammy is at peace now, but for the thousands of students being bullied every day, feeling hopeless and unheard, we need to listen.  “Forever Ten” will tell the unthinkable, gut-wrenching story of a ten-year-old who felt suicide was the only option left and the unbearable pain and guilt that will forever be a part of one family’s life.

“I held my son in my arms, lifeless and forever gone.  After watching the dignity and emotion displayed in “Sons 2 The Grave,” I knew that Lynne would hold my son’s memory close to her heart.   I trust her to shed light on the all-consuming fear that grips a child subjected to excessive bullying that goes on and on with no consequences.  Without the support of our schools, we are helpless.   I’m forever broken…. Sammy is forever ten.”   Sam Teusch




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