TO MAKE A FARM is a film best watched in a group. If you would like to organize a screening, here are some things to consider.
What do I need to put on a screening?
Are you connected, or do you have friends that are connected to a network of people who can help you promote the film? Look for groups and organizations in your area who are interested in local food and farming.
Do you have a venue that you can partner with? Sometimes theatres charge rent, but are willing to reduce the fee for non-profit screenings. Universities and schools sometimes have screening facilities available to the public for free. Ideally your venue will have a relatively new digital projector with a bright image. This will give your audience the best viewing experience.
Do you have the time to make it happen? We can help you with promotional materials, as well as promotion on the film's website and Facebook page. But you will still need to devote 5 - 10 hours for organizing and promotion.
Is there a cost?
Yes. The basic screening license fee is $100 for smaller venues. Some people charge admission to recover this cost, while others make the screening free and ask for donations.
For larger venues (over 75 seats) the license fee is 35% of ticket sales.
If you would like to host a screening, but feel these fees are too high for your situation, please let us know and we will look at other options.
What else do I need to know?
TO MAKE A FARM is 74 minutes long.
It is available for screenings on Blu-ray and DVD.
We require a minimum of 3 weeks' notice before a screening.
We will ship the DVD or Blu-ray disc to you, but you will be responsible for sending it back.
For additional information, or to start making arrangements, please contact email@example.com