Host a screening
By hosting a virtual screening of TIED INTO ME in your community, you can join us in our mission to improve awareness on the tangible impact climate change has on our lifes. See below the answers to your questions and fill out the form to get in touch.
Virtual events are a functional way of organizing an event at a sustainable cost and reaching as many people as possible. The events take place online. Access to the film and marketing material is provided by the team of filmmakers. The time interval in which an event can last is flexible and depends on your needs. If you are interested, fill out the form and we will reply as soon as possible with more details.
The virtual screening experience can be customized for your community with additional features such as Q&As with the film directors or other special guests. We encourage you to allow time for a conversation with your community following the screening, and you will receive a guide to help facilitate discussion. Please fill out the form below and we will get back to you with more details.
We will provide access to the film, marketing materials, and a post-screening discussion guide to unpack the themes explored in the film. You will be able to screen the film with your community. If you prefer, you can even do a hybrid event (half virtual and half in-person).
- Screening rights to host a screening in your community
- Online link to access the film
- PDF post-screening discussion packet
- Images and logos from the film
- Support from our team
You can decide the proper moment to host a screening. Fill out the form above and the team will be in touch to schedule it.
The film is 52 minutes long if you prefer a longer version; otherwise, you can opt for the shorter one, 21 minutes long.
Yes. At the moment the film is available in English and Italian subtitles.
Yes! Upon completion of the registration form, our team will provide you with customized screening tools and promotional resources to help you spread the word about your screening, the film, and the larger movement. What we usually suggest is to send out 2 to 3 emails to your audience and make them aware of the event.
It depends on how big is your community. We usually ask for a film license fee but we don’t want money to put in the way to collaborate together. Fill out the form above and let’s talk together!