We have partnered with a service called Tugg that allows for anyone to host a theatrical screening of the film. Here’s a brief description of how Tugg works:
1. Fill out the Event Request Form and select the theater, date, and time.
2. After theater approval, your Event Page can begin reserving tickets.
3. Share the event with your network and confirm your screening by selling enough tickets before the deadline.
4. Enjoy the movie!
A certain amount of tickets have to be sold in advance (the “threshold”) for the screening to happen but the cool thing is that the “host” of the screening makes 5% and can also accept contributions if they want to make it a fundraiser of some sort. We love the idea of anyone being able to organize a theatrical screening of the film as it really is the best way to see it. So gather your friends, community, running group, etc. and set a date!
If you want to create a screening at a local theater that does not appear on the Tugg site, fill out the form below with details and submit.
If you are interested in showing the film to your community, running group, store, etc. in a non-theatrical environment, fill out the form below.
*What is a public performance?
According to the U.S. copyright law (Title 17, United States Code, Section 110), a public performance is any screening of a videocassette, DVD, videodisc or film which occurs outside of the home, or at any place where people are gathered who are not family members, such as in a library. Even if no admission is charged or if the screening is in a nonprofit organization or library, you need a public performance license to show a film.