HOST A SCREENING

Raise awareness and generate active involvement in confronting the foster care crisis.

Our goal is to show the film to 1,000 people prior to its official release in May. To reach this goal we are making the film available for screenings in homes, churches, schools, businesses, libraries, community centers, and anywhere people can gather.

 

Along with the film, we have put together resources to promote each screening and inform attendees about the many ways they can get involved.

HOSTED IN A HOME

 

Discussion Group | Less than 20
Receive a downloadable version of the film and a small group discussion guide along with promotional materials.
 

Small Home Screening | 20 or more
One of the filmmakers will facilitate a screening at the host’s request, using the host’s TV to show the film and then leading a discussion/Q&A
 

Medium Home Screening | 40 or more
One of the filmmakers will facilitate a screening at the host’s request, showing the film on a projector screen (provided by the filmmakers) and then leading a discussion/Q&A
 

Large Home Screening | 60 or more
Two of the filmmakers will facilitate a screening at the host’s request, showing the film on a projector screen (provided by the filmmakers) and then leading a discussion/Q&A with the filmmakers and a local foster care expert

IN A VENUE

 

Small Screening | 50 or more
One of the filmmakers will facilitate a screening and lead a discussion/Q&A. Venue and AV equipment must be provided by the host.

Medium Screening | 75 or more
Two of the filmmakers will facilitate a screening and lead a discussion/Q&A. Venue must be provided by the host, but Left Turn Productions will provide AV equipment if needed.

Large Screening | 100 or more
Two of the filmmakers will facilitate a screening and lead a discussion/Q&A with a local foster care expert. Venue must be provided by the host, but Left Turn Productions will provide AV equipment if needed.

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