Host a Screening

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"Municipalities, NGOs, Neighbourhood Leadership - all stand to advance the neighbouring movement through the showing of this compelling work."
-Howard Lawerence
Abundant Communities Edmonton

Be one of many organizations who have screened our impactful films to support positive community change. 

A screening at your next event, conference, summit or AGM can serve as a launch pad in stimulating conversations on timely topics.

From providing a film discussion guide to helping you market your event, we have resources to ensure your event is successful and impactful.

Filmmakers Tamer & Sarah can also participate in your event, either through speaker panels or featured talks.  Click here to learn more. 

To book your screening,  simply fill out the form below.

Questions? Email us at info@marchforthcreative.com or check out our FAQs below. 

Host a Screening Faqs

Any organization can host a screening by purchasing a licence. We have different rates for for-profit and non-profit organizations. 

Licensing costs vary depending on your organization, number of licences purchased and type of event. 

Yes! After completing the Screening Registration Form, we will provide you with a Host a Screening Tool Kit. We will also work with you to help you organize and promote your event. 

For The Great Disconnect, in addition to the Host a Screening Tool Kit, we have a film discussion guide and Keynote talk on Building Community.  

For Bright Spot, we have a Keynote talk on Using the Transformative Power of Bright Spots. A film discussion guide is in development. 

The filmmakers may also be available to participate in your event. Click here for more information. 

Yes! Tamer and Sarah regularly appear as panelists at screening events. Tamer also has a talks based on the films that he regularly shares at events. Click here for more information. 

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