photo: Jed Brandt
Home use DIGITAL DOWNLOAD OR RENTAL
USA Only: Download or stream the film in HD with multiple subtitle options. Not for use in public screenings.
Educational DVD from Bullfrog Films
This DVD comes with a public performance license intended for universities, libraries and other institutions and is available through our educational distributor Bullfrog Films. Includes 84 and 56 minute versions of the film with choice of subtitles.
Institution/ UNION DVD
Note: Unless you are a union or a union-affiliate, this DVD is only available outside the US & Canada. All US and Canadian non-union organizations should choose Educational DVD above.
This DVD comes with a public performance license that allows organizations to hold as many non-theatrical public screenings of the film as they would like. Includes 84 and 56 minute versions of the film with choice of subtitles. Also available as a digital download.
Home USE DVD
USA only: Includes 84 and 56 minute versions of the film with choice of subtitles. Not for use in public screenings.
WE're on tour!
The filmmakers Rachel Lears and Robin Blotnick would love to connect with your community in person and are available to speak at your campus or after your screening event. Rachel has a PhD in cultural anthropology, and we're both very comfortable making classroom visits, teaching master classes, speaking on panels or simply answering audience questions. Write us to tell us what you have in mind and discuss rates and availability. We also do Q&A's remotely, via Skype.
Host a community / grassroots screening
Intended for churches, workers centers and other small groups, this option includes public performance license for one non-theatrical screening, DVD rental, artwork and flyer templates, and help getting the word out on social media. If you want to work with a university or union, please choose the Public Screening option below. If you'd like to hold the event in a movie theater and/or sell tickets, please contact our booker.
Host a Public Screening
Intended for universities, unions and other larger institutions, this option includes public performance license for one non-theatrical screening, DVD or BluRay rental, artwork and flyer templates, and help getting the word out on social media. If you'd like to hold the event in a movie theater and/or sell tickets, please contact us.
WHY DO WE ASK FOR SCREENING FEES?
Screening fees help us cover the labor and costs of self-distribution and to continue making independent social justice documentaries. That said, if your group wants to screen the film for low-wage workers and these packages are outside your budget, get in touch with our educational distributor Bullfrog Films and explain your circumstances, and they should be able to work something out.