ORGANISE A SCREENING
Anyone anywhere can organise their own screening of one of our films in their school, church, pub, museum, workplace or scout hut. Just head over to our Indie Screenings website, choose a film, buy a license, wait for your DVD or download, organise & advertise your event, have a great time, make lots of friends - and then keep the profits for your campaign or pocket.
This is the first time local film screenings have been automated in this way - and with 1200+ screenings of Age of Stupid held in the first six months, it looks like it may just be the start of a minor revolution... though the Huffington Post saying "we are on the verge of a new dawn" and "it represents the future of film, film culture and film distribution and marketing" is probably going a wee bit far.
Nine parliaments, one World Bank, many on boats, lots in tents, two with Kofi Annan , one cycle-powered, one with a major policy announcement, one where the law changed, one broadcast live to 63 countries, several with live link-ups to the Arctic, Himalayas or Wales, two solar-powered and one with Thom Yorke singing live... all details on the Special Screenings page.
“Simply, an unforgettable evening. I was awake half the night thinking about it.”
“Bank directors, big pension investors, soapies, famous rock bands, they were all there - and when the film ended there was a emotional silence in the room.”
“Just wanted to let you know that the film really hit the soul of this household”
“You left us normally loquacious lot speechless. It was BRILLIANT.”
“Just finished our screening at seafront open air cinema in Vanuatu - one of the first pacific island countries to have to relocate villages due to climate change... to a standing ovation!”More feedback»
From homemade bedsheet cinemas in remote Indian villages to the world's largest film event beaming live to 700 cinemas in 63 countries, nobody can say we don't try our damndest to get our films seen. Doesn't seem much point making change-the-world movies if only our grannies watch.
If there's no screening happening near you, please head to Indie Screenings to organise your own. Or if that sounds like too much hard work, you can watch our films on television, by downloading or by buying a DVD.
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