Gathering (virtually or in-person) around a film is a powerful way to bring a necessary and complex conversation to your community, and to build the power of the front-line organizers and activists.
If you would like to screen the film with a college or university, public library, or other entity requiring a screening license, please get in touch with Giant Pictures.
Plan Your Event
Event planning may look different for different people, though it usually involves these steps:
Identify goals for your screening
Decide on date, time, and location for your event
Decide on your event format and choose a facilitator, moderator, panelists, etc.
Promote your screening
Execute your screening
Things to Consider
Please make sure your screening is accessible for your audience. If you are having an in-person screening, make sure the venue is wheelchair accessible. You may also consider having a place for nursing mothers to breastfeed. Regardless of if your screening is virtual or in-person, you may also consider having the captions on for the film, and/or language or deaf translation for the film and any Q&As or discussions that follows.
You can share the link individually with each of your audience members to watch on their own time, or you can watch it all together.