2 women die each week in the UK at the hand of their partner or a previous partner. Domestic violence isn’t an issue for women alone, men and children are victims too. Many victims remain unaware of the organisations that exist to help them, such as Restored and Women’s aid. They are often ashamed and don’t know how to break the cycle, or who to trust.
ZOOMFILMS video production, servicing Kent, Surrey and Sussex feel strongly about this issue and have teamed up with Susie Flashman Jarvis to underline the suffering of thousands of victims and give RESTORED Relationships exposure through the power of promotional film.
We recently partnered with Susie Flashman Jarvis to help spread the word and make a difference to victims of domestic violence through the video below. You can support us by sharing this video in the hope that it will open a door for those who know someone that is a victim, or to victims themselves.
Video is a powerful medium, not only as a marketing and promotional tool, but as a personal communication to enable organisations to touching the lives of people with a message that is both sensitive and empathetic. Video can easily be shared online and via social media channels. Using video productions such as this one, we are able to place Susie, an ambassador for Restored who has the empathy and decades of experience in counselling many victims in the past, directly in front of them to deliver a focussed message – a message of hope.
As a point of contact, this promotional film could be the catalyst needed to give victims the courage and fortitude to extract themselves from a potentially life threatening environment.
Although ZOOMFILMS is a corporate video production company that specialises in corporate and promotional film, aerial video and photography, we have decades of experience in broadcast production across most genres and we apply this knowledge to all of our production work.
We share the belief that the more people know about this social scourge, the less opportunity the perpetrators will find to continue victimising women and children. Our hope is that all of the victims of domestic violence and abuse will find the help they need to escape and rebuild their lives.