This is the final week to get your votes in for the Charity Film Awards, where NDAS and Raw London film collaboration 'Control' has been nominated for an award!
The film aims to change the way people see and understand emotional abuse, encouraging young people to think about healthy relationships, and to be able to identify coercive behaviours and signs of emotional abuse. The film targets young people who are becoming especially vulnerable to coercive and controlling relationships, as behaviours like extreme jealousy are often portrayed as love or passion in the media.
Launched on Valentine's Day with no distribution budget and a limited social audience, the film exceeded all expectations and within a week had 350,000 views. Since then the campaign has been reaching global audiences and has been screened at a number of events, workshops and in schools across Northumberland.
Place your VOTE HERE now, voting closes Friday 15th December!
The film, produced by Raw London as part of their award-winning CSR initiative, has won 10 international awards so far in 2017, including Gold at EVCOM Screens, Clarions and Content Marketing Awards, as well as beating campaigns from Google, Audi and Lynx to win People's Choice at The Lovie Awards 2017.
Share with your networks on Facebook and Twitter, spread the word and help this campaign reach more viewers to raise awareness and open the conversation about coercive control!