Survivors

The transformation from
victim to survivor.

Medical

An inside look at best practices at
a major Baltimore medical center.

Law Enforcement

Ride with officers in Duluth, MN, Baltimore, MD and the Bronx, NY.

Founders

Conversations with battered
women's movement leaders.

For DV Month: Stream the Films for Free

To mark domestic violence awareness month, we welcome anyone to stream our domestic violence films at no charge.   The films will be available via the links below through Oct. 31. Feel free to share the links!
Click to below to stream your film:
Power and Control: Domestic Violence in America
Domestic Violence and Law Enforcement
Domestic Violence and Health Care

New Film: A Documentary  about the West Bank

Since the fall of 2011,  we have been  working on our new documentary about the West Bank.   The film follows three Palestinians and three Israelis, from across the religious and ideological spectrum,.   Our goal is to make a film that can have wide impact and inform people on all sides of the issue.  We also expect to develop a web site inspired by this domestic violence site, an online resource with videos and other content about the West Bank.    Follow our progress at www.holylandfilm.com.
Thank You So Much
Peter Cohn

 

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Power and Control: Domestic Violence in America

The definitive new library of domestic violence videos

Ellen Pence

Ellen Pence
Domestic Violence Activist

Peter Cohn has captured two key social phenomenon in his documentary: the power of ordinary citizens to permanently alter the social conditions that fuel violence, and the power of a single woman to struggle for her dignity and her children’s safety against incredible social forces thwarting those simple goals of justice

Michael Paymar

Michael Paymar
Domestic Violence Activist

"Power and Control" demonstrates the complexities victims face at the hands of an abusive husband or boyfriend. This film encourages thoughtful dialogue on what we need to do to end domestic violence. I hope it receives widespread exposure."