Check out this innovative way to reach & inspire your target audience!


PROJECT #RaiseAwareness offers screenings of the film, No Ordinary Love, to raise awareness of domestic violence. Show this film or film clips with discussion to:

  • College Students as a Title IX Program

  • DV Agency Donors & Constituents

  • Conferences or Summits

  • DV Awareness Month Event


Film critics and DV advocates alike rave about the award-winning film No Ordinary Love.

Choose In-Person or Virtual Event

Domestic Violence Agencies

Host a movie screening of No Ordinary Love to your donors, constituents, volunteers or community leaders followed by a guided Q&A to show them the complexities of this important issue. Our 12-page Guidebook will help you host a successful event. Your audience will have a better understanding of the work you do when they see on the BIG SCREEN…

  • how hard it is for victims to leave

  • how children are directly affected by the abuse

  • the increased danger when victims try to leave

  • an authentic look of over 20 issues related to DV


Really amazing work.

I hope it is seen far and wide.”

— Rachel Louise Snyder, Best-selling author, No Visible Bruises &


"Once I started watching, I didn’t want to stop.

Finally, a film that gets the dynamics right and authentically addresses survivors’ unique challenges.

I highly recommend this film, and I encourage organizations to use it to engage your communities in meaningful conversations to improve our understanding of these intimate crimes."

— Joanne Archambault, CEO/Founder, End Violence Against Women International

College & University

Title IX Coordinators | Student Life Directors | Campus Police | Greek Life

Are you looking for innovative, informative and entertaining programming to show on your campus?

You’ll fill your auditorium with college students, staff and faculty to watch No Ordinary Love, an award-winning film USA Today calls one of the ‘biggest summer movies'‘ of ‘21.

Follow with a guided Q&A Talkback hosted by campus staff or invite one or both of the filmmakers to engage the audience in this needed conversation. Students will learn how to

  • Recognize coercive control & digital abuse

  • See red flags of abusive relationship

  • Be in a healthy relationship

  • Support a friend who is in an abusive relationship

  • Be an active, caring bystander of an abusive scene

  • Speak up to abusive language & behavior by friends

Contact us to book your event for #DatingViolenceAwarenessMonth or anytime

“As a campus professional who works with survivors of dating violence and domestic violence, No Ordinary Love is a wonderful film to educate and empower students, to learn more about domestic violence and to support someone who may be struggling.”

— Leah Carnahan, Title IX Confidential Advocate, Texas Christian University

This is such an impactful and authentic film. It gripped me from the beginning. I can’t say enough good things about it. I hope everyone sees this movie.

— Joe Peltzer, Title IX Coordinator, Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences

Conference, Summit, Event - Virtual Option

Offer your event attendees the unique opportunity to hear from a filmmaker, advocate, and survivor. The executive producer of No Ordinary Love shares her energy and passion while speaking on multiple topics on domestic violence along with sharing her personal story. She uses film clips to highlight a specific issue of DV, which offers a dynamic way to authentically illustrate the complexities of a survivor’s experience.

Attending EVAWI Conference April 11 - 13, 2023, in Chicago?

Join Tracy Rector on Day 1 - Tues., April 11, 4:45 PM

Spiritual Abuse: Allyships with Faith Communities: Trauma-Informed Faith Leaders Supporting Survivors

Learn how to create partnerships with faith communities, the important role of faith leaders for survivors in their community, and inviting faith communities to adopt the social justice issue of domestic violence and sexual assault. Hear from my co-presenter how being an uninformed faith leader can lead to lethal results. Watch film clips from the film. No Ordinary Love portraying spiritual abuse. Let’s talk about it!

Tracy Rector

Executive Producer, No Ordinary Love

Speaker, Advocate, Survivor

“You are a very effortless speaker, it comes naturally to you. You’re in command, you’re captivating.”

— Tricia Brouk, Director, Author, Producer, Founder of The Big Talk Academy, Former Executive Producer of TEDXLincolnSquare NYC

“It’s important to embrace the idea abuse is that power and control piece. Whether that power and control involves physical abuse or not, it’s still about power and control. And that’s what defines an abusive relationship.” — Tracy Rector Executive Director, PROJECT #RaiseAwareness

Chyna Robinson

Writer, Director, Producer, No Ordinary Love


“This impactful film is so beautifully shot, so beautifully acted, so beautifully written. I can’t say enough good things about it. Chyna, you’re on my radar; I can’t wait to see what’s next.

— Guy at the Movies podcast

To inquire about hosting an event to screen the film, No Ordinary Love, click below. Complete form, and email to

Screen No Ordinary Love at your event and raise awareness of domestic violence in your area.

Contact PROJECT #RaiseAwareness and No Ordinary Love Movie

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