GENERATION STARTUP

HOST A SCREENING

GENERATION STARTUP is available for event screenings and can be programmed in theaters, boardrooms, community centers, schools…really any space where people can gather together in a darkened room. Below you’ll find details on how to bring this extraordinary film to your community or organization. 

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Join us for a special National Entrepreneurship Month screening in November!

OPTION #1: Host a Private or Public Screening in Your Own Space

Single screening licenses are available for the film and are priced according to the type of event and the size of the proposed screening.  You provide the venue, projector, and audience, and GENERATION STARTUP provides you with the film and digital marketing tools to make the screening a success.

OPTION #2 – Host a Tugg Screening at Your Local Theater

Our partners at Tugg give you the power to bring GENERATION STARTUP to your favorite movie theater! The process is simple: pick a date, pick a theater, and enlist your audience to meet the RSVP threshold online before the deadline. If enough people pre-buy tickets to the screening, the screening happens. This option requires some hustle, but the only cost is the individual price of each ticket. 

OPTION #3 – Buy Out Your Local Theater

Are you a company looking to buy out a theater for a private screening of GENERATION STARTUP? Our partners at Tugg also work with theaters on private screenings and sponsored screening series. Fill out the form below to contact us about booking a private screening or series.

OPTION #4: Host a Screening at Your School or University 

Single screening licenses are available for educational institutions and are priced according to the size of the proposed screening and whether or not you will be charging admission.  Educational institutions who host screenings as part of our National Entrepreneurship Month Event receive 20% off - click here to learn more!

 

FAQS

+ How long is the film?

The film is 93 minutes long.

+ Is the film rated?

The film is not rated. It contains very limited adult language.

+ If we host a screening, can we charge admission?

Yes, GENERATION STARTUP event and theatrical screenings can be used as a fundraiser for your organization, pending filmmaker approval.

+ How do we publicize our screening?

In our HOST A SCREENING packet, you’ll find sample emails, Facebook posts, press releases, tips, digital fliers, and all the info you’ll need to successfully promote your screening. We’ll also publicize your event on the GENERATION STARTUP website and on social media.

+ Can a GENERATION STARTUP representative attend the screening?

Depending on the location and timing of the screening, A GENERATION STARTUP representative may be able to attend your screening. However, there may be additional costs incurred by the organization to fund speaking fees and travel. We have also included a discussion guide in the Host Packet that will allow you to facilitate a conversation around the film with your audience. You are also welcome to program a panel of your choosing to speak to the topics brought up by the film.

+ What type of technology is needed to screen GENERATION STARTUP?

If you are hosting a theatrical screening, all tech details will be handled by the theater. If you are hosting an event screening in your own space, GENERATION STARTUP can be delivered in Blu-Ray, DVD, or DCP format depending on your needs. The film should be screened in an auditorium-type setting that can be suitably dimmed and projected via a high-quality projector with professional audio speakers.

+ Can I screen GENERATION STARTUP more than once?

Of course! You can spearhead a GENERATION STARTUP screening in the movie theater as many times as you want. If you would like to license the film to host multiple event screenings, you will need to purchase a separate license for each event. Each license is good for one screening.

+ I’ve still got a few more questions, who can I contact?

We're happy to help! Contact our Impact Producer Kait Ebinger.