HOST A SCREENING

Headhunt Revisited: With Brush, Canvas and Camera is available for community screenings!

You can share an adventure of remarkable women and a glimpse into the outstanding Melanesian culture at your organization, fundraising event, local theater, or neighborhood venue. Purchasing a community screening license allows you to host a free, donation-based, or ticketed public screening of the film.

INTERESTED GROUPS:

Women’s Organizations, Adventure Travel Organizations, Pacific Islander Groups, Book Clubs, Film Organizations, Photography Organizations, Anthropology Groups, Museums, Community Art Leagues, and more!

STEPS TO HOST A SCREENING:

  1. Download and review the Screening Guide here to begin planning your event.
  2. Figure out the size of your screening, location, and date.
  3. Select the appropriate license for your group or organization below. If you’re unsure of the right license for you, contact us at screenings@headhuntrevisited.org.
  4. Fill out and submit the Host a Screening form at https://goo.gl/forms/e4zkUo0U5XvzrCGP2
  5. Once your form is submitted, we will be in touch with payment details and more information.

SCREENING LICENSES:

  • Small (up to 50 people) – $150 + shipping
  • Medium (up to 100 people) – $250 + shipping
  • Large (100 to 300 people) – $400 + shipping

Note that this is a license for public screenings outside the educational sector. For educational screening, visit our educational distributor Documentary Educational Resources at www.der.org/films/headhunt-revisited.html. For screenings larger than 300 people contact us directly at screenings@headhuntrevisited.org.

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN A LICENSE:

  • Rights for a single public screening of Headhunt Revisited. For multiple screenings, please contact us at screenings@headhuntrevisited.org.
  • Blu-ray or Digital Download of the Film
  • Screening Guide
    • Draft Invitation Letter
  • Post-Screening Handout
    • Fun Fact Flyer
  • Press Kit
  • Digital Files of the Promotional Poster, Postcard, Logo, and Press Images

*The Director of Headhunt Revisited, Michele Westmorland, is available for presentations, screening appearances and Q&A’s. An honorarium and reimbursement of travel costs apply.