If you’ve heard the ‘call of the forest’ and want to bring the film home to share with your community, we can help! Take a look at our checklist and FAQs below, and once you’re ready to proceed with a booking, send us an email. We’ve recently updated our guidelines to facilitate virtual screenings.
How do I purchase a streaming link/download if I’m hosting a virtual screening?
You can purchase a license for virtual screenings on the same page for community screenings. When choosing the type of screener in the drop-down menu, select ‘None’. After you’ve purchased the license, we will supply you with a download of the film or a link to the stream.
Why is there a cost to screen the film publicly?
When Call of the Forest is screened in any group setting, we charge a Public Performance License fee. Thousands of hours of hard work were poured into the documentary by our creative team, and the license fee is one of the few opportunities we have to recoup those costs. We appreciate your integrity in collaborating with us on your event, and are happy to offer our time and promotional efforts to help make the screening a success.
Do you offer any discounts or rate exceptions?
Our license fee is based on the size of audience and we offer a discounted rate when no admittance fee is charged in order to support non-profit’s who wish to screen for the public. We based our fee structure on what we determined to represent a standard industry rate that is still affordable to the public. We are willing to negotiate in exceptional circumstances, however, so please contact us with the details of your event and budget if you are concerned about the cost.
Do the same rates apply if I’m purchasing the film on behalf of a library or educational institution?
If you represent a school, public library, college/university or school board and are interested in acquiring a copy of Call of the Forest for educational purposes or to be added to a catalogue, please contact us directly, as separate rates apply in each circumstance.