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One in seven men are victims of domestic violence. This film looks at the services that are available to them at a Shelter for Men and their children in Dallas, Texas. Three men share some of their story.
7 Min - Completed December 2021
Nine women from Esperanza Shelter in Santa Fe participate in a program of movement, meditation as part of their journey to heal from domestic violence.
14:34 min - Completed March 2018
Jeannine is a talented performing artist, art's educator and songwriter. She describes abuse she first experienced as a child and then later as an adult and how she overcame it. Two of her original songs are part of the film.
10 min - Completed January 2018
On October 5, 2019 Healing Voices - Personal Stories called for a Day of Action Against Domestic Violence. This film is based on events held that day in: Little Rock - Wrightsville, AK; Hays, KS; Albuquerque, Espanola, and Santa Fe, NM; Ithaca and New York City, NY; Dallas, Texas; and Salt lake City, Utah.
18:20 min - Completed August 2020
“The Glass Mountain,” inspired by our film “Out of the Shadow: Shining Light on Domestic Violence,” combines modern dance with spoken word to tell an old Grimms’ fairy tale to depict the story of a woman captured by a “troll,” a perfect metaphor for domestic violence. The woman must do as the troll demands or be killed. She, like the women and men in our films, finally makes the decision to get away, to leave the cave, to re-claim her life.
10:19 min - Completed May 2022
Barbara was abused by her grandfather as a young child. She also experienced abuse during her three marriages. When her third husband abused her grandchild, she snapped and shot and murdered him. Following 8 1/2 years in prison she has now returned to her home community and lives a productive life.
15 min - Completed December 2016
Francesca is a domestic violence survivor who shares her story of the abuse she experienced and how she was able to leave her husband and rebuild her life. She shares two times she called for help from police and how the first time they were unresponsive and the second time very helpful in making it possible for her to be safe. As her son grows up and asks about his Dad, Francesca takes him to visit his father, now in prison, and learns that she can forgive her former husband.
10 Min - Completed March 2016
A series of violent and physically abusive straight, lesbian and transgender interactions describe Jessica's struggle to seek stable friendships and learn to accept her worth finally developing a healthy, long term relationship. A visual artist, creativity plays an important part in Jessica's continuing recovery.
10 Min - Completed June 2014
Cheyanne, a senior in high school, shares her experience of date and teen violence. She describes how she was able to break off the relationship and regain her confidence.
9 Min - Completed August 2013
Available with Spanish SubTitles (2019) La Historia de Cheyanne
A Teacher's Story Cheyenne's teacher shares her story of the impact Cheyanne had on her class.
A documentary about a domestic violence survivor and her journey of leaving a 15 year abusive marriage. The film focuses on her decision to leave the marriage and how she rebuilds her life. Peggy’s Story does not focus on the abuse itself, but shows the possibility of escaping it and making a new life. It also demonstrates how domestic violence impacts all societal groups: economic, ethnic, racial, sexual preference, religious, etc.
8 min - Completed July 2012