Nationally and internationally, charities, women’s organisations, local authorities, police forces and others are hosting screenings of Rattle Snake to raise awareness of coercive control.

There are over 100 screenings including:

  • Women’s Aid – UK
  • Castlemaine Community House – Victoria, Australia
  • The National Lottery Community Fund – Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
  • British Army – Cyprus
  • Dumfries and Galloway Council – Scotland, UK
  • Victim Support Northern Ireland, Nerve Centre – Derry, UK
  • Sunderland NHS – Sunderland, UK
  • Cardiff Probation Service – Cardiff, UK
  • West End Women and Girls Centre – Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
  • Aspire – Chester-le-Street, UK
  • Northumbria Police – Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
  • EVA Women’s Aid and Cygnet Family Law – Redcar, UK
  • Luton All Women’s Centre – Luton Town Hall, UK
  • Changing Lives – Gateshead, Newcastle upon Tyne and Wolverhampton, UK
  • Stockton on Tees Council – Stockton on Tees, UK
  • Greenfield Community College – Newton Aycliff, UK
  • Redcar and Cleveland Council – Redcar, Grangetown and other borough locations, UK
  • Women’s Health in South Tyneside – South Tyneside, UK
  • Harrogate and District NHS Trust – Harrogate District Hospital, UK
  • Cambridge University – Cambridge, UK
  • Independent Domestic Abuse Services – Everyman Cinema, York, UK
  • Cleveland Police – Teesside, UK
  • Middlesbrough Council – Middlesbrough, UK
  • Swansea Probation Service – Swansea, UK
  • University College Cork – Republic of Ireland
  • COSLA Scottish Local Authorities – Scotland

We want to say a massive thank you to everyone who is hosting a screening and helping to raise awareness of coercive control. If you would like to watch Rattle Snake for free in the comfort of your own home or attend an open screening, CLICK HERE for more information and links to the film or to reserve free tickets.