It’s easy to organise a screening of PLANEAT. All you need to do is follow these three steps:
Step 1: Buy a licence to show PLANEAT
Step 2: Confirm your venue and screening date
Step 3: Publicise and promote your screening!
PLANEAT is a fun film to be shown before a meal in your local art house, community centre, restaurant or even living room. It is also an educational and engaging film perfect to screen in your school, organisation or corporation. So once you decide you want to organize a screening – you should just start to look around for the best place that works for you.
CAN I CHARGE FOR THE TICKETS?
You are most welcome to charge for tickets for your screenings. Some people organise a screening in order to raise money for a charity they support. If you don’t have the money to buy a license you should consider charging for tickets.
From our experience, when people pay for tickets in advance, they are more likely to turn up to the screening. Eventbrite is a good website that can help you charge for tickets in advance.
Whether you charge for tickets or not, by screening PLANEAT you will help us spread the message, and help make the planet a better place! So – just do it!
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
We only charge to cover our costs (and since the entire film was made completely independently and funded out of our own pockets, by organising a screening you help us indie filmmakers too).
The screening fee is dependent on how many people you plan a screening for. You can find out how much it costs at PLANEAT/shop.
PLANEAT is also available for theatrical bookings on Digibeta, DVCam, and DVD. For more details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The film is in English and it is 72 minutes long. We also made a 35 minute version, should you need a shorter version to fit in with your event schedule. Once you buy a screening license, we will post you the DVD of the 72 minute version. We will also e-mail you invitations and poster templates that you can use to publicise your screening.
We are working on getting the film subtitled into different languages. For now, we can post you a DVD with Spanish, German, Japanese or Hebrew subtitles. If you would like to help us translate the film to other languages please contact us.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND HOPE YOU LOVE THE FILM AS MUCH AS WE DO!
Or and Shelley.