How to screen the film...
...at your local theater
In order to share the film with audiences around the country, we have teamed up with Tugg.com. Tugg is a crowdsourcing platform that gives people the ability to bring the movies of their choice to local movie theaters without any upfront costs. Event hosts can use screenings as fundraisers, community engagements, or unique movie events.
Tugg is easy to use! For more on how it works, visit www.tugg.com/howtuggworks.
To begin setting up your screening, please visit the Granny’s Got Game title page at www.tugg.com/titles/grannys-got-game
…at the venue of your choice
If you already have a location and equipment to screen the film, then all you need is our Community Screening Kit. This kit includes a Public Performance License that will allow you to show the film in a public space with no admission fee.
Community Screening Kit: $50 (plus shipping & applicable tax)
• DVD (includes Special Features and English SDH)
• Two movie posters (18”x24”)
• Templates for postcards to advertise the screening (PDF)
• Discussion Guide (PDF)
• Step-by-step guide to hosting a successful event (PDF)
If you’d like to show the film in High Definition, you can add a Blu-ray disc with the full-length movie for an additional $25.
If you want a copy of the film for your classroom or library, you need our Educational Screening Kit.
If you’d like to charge admission or use the film screening as a fundraiser, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
If your organization can not afford the screening kit, please contact us to discuss and we will work something out.
The director and players are available to make personal appearances and engage your audience in a Q&A session after the screening. Speaker fees and travel expenses may apply – please contact email@example.com for more information
Our Outreach Packet can be downloaded here.
We have a DVD. Why do we need a Public Performance License?
Copyrighted motion pictures and other programs that are available for rental or purchase in any legal format, such as DVDs, are intended for personal, private, home use only. “Viewings outside of the home, such as in a community center, house of worship or any public facility require a license.” Title 17 of the U.S. Copyright Law