ORGANISE A COMMUNITY SCREENING
If you do not see a screening of Addicted to Sheep in your location but think people would love to watch it, why not organise your own event and bring conversations to your community! By purchasing a community-screening license, you can host a free/donation-based admission, or ticketed public screening of the film. Community screenings can take place at fundraising events, group gatherings, cinemas, farms, churches, community organisations and anywhere you think appropriate. If you would like to organise a screening outside of the UK, please follow this link. Otherwise all information for UK screenings can be found below. Please do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Our charges for community screenings are:
Hall Capacity of 100 people or under = £150
Hall Capacity of 101 people up to 200 = £200
Hall Capacity of 201 people and above, please contact us at email@example.com
Simply download the form here, fill it in, and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then get in touch with you ASAP to make arrangements. If you don’t have all the details in place yet, don’t worry. You can still contact us as the earlier you do the more we can help.
Once you have paid the fee, any money you make from your screening will be yours to keep. We encourage people to charge for screenings, even if it is a small amount, as it reflects the value of the film and encourages wider attendance.
As for time, it’s up to you to decide how long you will need to organise your community screening but we would recommend you allow yourself enough time to advertise the screening so as many people as possible are aware of the screening. A window of 2-3 months is good if you are hoping to reach the public but if you already know your audience then probably 1-2 months will be enough to organise it!
We would like to participate in as many Q&A’s as possible but expenses for this would need to be covered by the organisers.
If you would like to book 2 or more screenings at the same time we will give you a 20% discount on the second and any subsequent screenings if all screenings are to take place within 6 months.
If you have booked a screening and cancel the event up to 4 weeks before the agreed screening date, you will get a full refund minus a £20 admin fee. If you cancel within a month of the screening, you will be liable for the full screening fee but will be reimbursed for everything else if you have booked a Q&A. If you wish to cancel the event but would like to book another date, we’ll give you a 20% discount on the new booking if it’s within 12 months. Terms will be stated in your screening license agreement.
Not sure how to organise your own event?
Check out the very useful guide here produced by Cineworth on making a success of your film event! You can also set-up free accounts on EVENTBRITE or WEGOTTICKERS to sell tickets online. You can also add your screening to the free listing site SCREENINGFILM.COM FREE for added publicity.
We rely on trust to ensure that people pay the agreed fee and stick within the terms of the screenings license. If you wish to show the film but are worried about this fee, please get in touch with us and we will work with you to find a solution. Please do not just screen the film without first getting in touch, as this would compromise its wider release.
If you wish to screen Addicted to Sheep at your School, College or University, please click here to book a screening.
Addicted to Sheep has many educational and entertainment aspects to it perfect for the classroom as well as After School Clubs, Film Clubs and more. In order to make the DVD of Addicted to Sheep available to your students and/or staff you will need to acquire a library licence. To do so please contact us at email@example.com or on 07817918038.