Host a Screening
Help raise greater public awareness about the environmental and public health impact of coal -- organize a house party or community screening. See below for screening options, publicity materials, and organizing guide.
There are many ways to organize a screening. You can do something fun, like "Serving Mountaintop Decapitation Cake". Afterward, discuss "how we're all connected to coal" using the ilovemountains.org connection finder. Then ask your guests to host their own screenings, and so on, and so on - building a local coalition of knowledgeable and active citizens.
Download Screening Resources:
DVD with license to host a small screening in your home (1-25 people). For a screening in a public place, school, college, business or library, choose an option below.
Admission Free Community Screening
DVD with license to host one free public screening for up to 100 people where no admission fee is charged.
Fundraiser Community Screening
DVD with license to host one public screening for up to 100 people, with permission to charge admission.
5X Community Screenings Package
DVD with license to show the film publicly on up to five different dates to crowds of up to 100 people at each screening, with permission to charge admission.
Very Large Community Screenings
|PRICE: To Be Determined|
If you wish to show the film publicly to a crowd of more than 100, or purchase more than five screening licenses, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage big screenings and multiple showings but need to determine the fees on an individual basis.
School, College, Library or Institutional Use
|For license to use the film in a school or college classroom, a public library, business or government agency you must purchase this version from our distributor, The Video Project.|