Movie Focusing on Domestic Violence Makes Audiences “Blink"

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Courtney Glaudé’s latest movie “Blink” partners with Allstate, Partnership Against Domestic Violence and Toyota to shine light on the serious subject of domestic violence.

“It’s a serious subject matter addressed with tact, but in a manner that gets your attention. Courtney JáPaul Glaudé does an amazing job with the writing of what sadly is reality for many women. The ThinkZILLA team is proud to help garner national awareness of this film and hopefully help victims re

“Blink” is the latest film project from Houston, TX native Courtney JáPaul Glaudé. The movie was released earlier this year, to industry professionals, at the 2017 Los Angeles Short Film Festival, and is now set to premier in select AMC theaters in Houston & Atlanta March 2nd through 8th. Allstate insurance recently backed the film as an acting sponsor to help shine a light on such a serious topic.

Allstate is committed to “Blink” as part of the company’s "Purple Purse" initiative, which is led by spokeswoman Serena Williams with the purpose to help empower domestic violence survivors by offering resources and tools for them to stay free from abuse. Further, the Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV) has a “Every 9 Seconds” campaign that piggybacks on the theme of “Blink”, which includes having a spokesperson for PADV attend and speak at a private sneak peek of the film on February 17th. This event will happen at 2pm at The Marke Venue in Atlanta, Georgia.

“Blink” is the dramatic story of Nailah Belle as the character tries to navigate the depths and effect of domestic violence. Belle discovers that the calmest seas are often the most turbulent below the surface. From the outside, the meticulous facade of Nailah and husband Chris’s relationship looks perfect. The community doesn’t suspect domestic violence exists in the home, but the violence is unbearable as Nailah seeks out perfection and is looped into a life of a domestic violence victim, showing how everything can change in just one blink.

Domestic Violence in America is a prominent topic, which can be circumvented with proper education - like media tools in motion picture form such as “Blink”. Currently, and according to the, “1 in 4 women (24.3%) and 1 in 7 men (13.8%) aged 18 and older in the United States have been the victim of severe physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime.” Bianca Siplin and Will Scott star in “Blink”. A full list of theatrical showings may be accessed by


ABOUT BLINK: Staring Bianca Siplin and Will Scott, “Blink” is directed and written by Courtney JáPaul Glaudé’. “Blink” was first released to industry professionals at the Los Angeles Short Film Festival. The movie’s official public release date is March 2nd 2018 with a partnership deal through AMC Theatres. The movie’s subject matter is domestic violence and holds partnership with Allstate and he Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV). The trailer may be accessed here: Further information can be obtained at

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