Campus and Community Screenings
We believe that film is a medium that can present critical issues, challenge audiences, and raise important questions. We invite you to bring these conversations to your community by hosting an inspiring screening of your own!
Have questions on how to host a screening? Check out our FAQs below. If you don't see your question listed here, our screenings team is more than happy to help you at screenings[at]collectiveeye.org.
You can fill out our screening request form or email screenings[at]collectiveeye.org with your request. All screening license purchases are done through our staff directly, ensuring that you’re getting exactly what you need for your event!
There are multiple different options for licenses, depending on your screening event's intent and the film title itself. Because there are often different types of licenses, we require licenses to be purchased through one of our screening staff - that way you can rest assured you're getting the correct license! If you'd like an overview of our general licenses, you can check them out here.
We recommend organizing a screening and ordering a film 4 to 6 weeks ahead of time at minimum. A successful screening is planned with three months, giving a group time to find sponsors, a venue, and advertise.
Yes! You will still need to purchase the one time screening license appropriate for your organization or campus. The license holds the legal right to screen the film publicly. We, of course, will waive the shipping fee if you have previously purchased the DVD.
Yes! Our licenses are per screening. If you are interested in multiple screenings, we often offer discounts on multiple screening packs. Be sure to mention this interest to our team when inquiring about your screening event!
Yes! We are happy to provide a screener link for your consideration. Please send screener link request to our screening outreach team at email@example.com.
We keep a regularly updated screenings calendar. When a screening is booked with us, we immediately post it to the calendar. Be sure to keep an eye on the page-- new screenings are booked nearly every day, all over the world!