Community-based screenings

Films and story can cultivate wider circles of community engagement around issues and our award-winning documentaries are available to cities, communities, organizations, and schools to organize screenings and host conversations around relevant and timely issues. We have “How to Host a Screening” screening kits, study guides, press kits, and promotional materials for all of our films. If you are interested in hosting a screening or have any questions, please contact us.

Capitol Hill Video

Our film To Breathe Free was screened for congressional staffers and aides on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. This screening and policy briefing was organized by the United Nations Committee on Refugees, The Refugee Council USA, Presbyterian Disaster Assistance and The Washington Office of the Presbyterian Church (USA).

Capitol Hill Screening in Washington DC with congressional staffers:

Dayton OH Video

In Dayton Ohio a diverse coalition of organizations that included the city opera, colleges, the performing arts, mosques, museums, churches, universities and non-profits organized citywide screenings of our films Locked in a Box and To Breathe Free."The Dayton Film Forum: Breaking the Silence about Immigration" created an opportunity and space for community engagement around issues of immigration and refugees.

The Dayton Film Forum: Breaking the Silence about Immigration: