Our movies are shown in cinemas and at festivals. On the other hand: Each community center, each seminar room, every classroom and every youth club can be easely turned into a small cinema. It’s as simple as that: Just organize a public screening (small or big) if you like to show and see one of our movies. Just contact us and we will send you an online screener. Then you simply get yourself a projector and a screen or a white wall and for your public screening we will send you a download link or mail you a DVD or a harddrive with a DCP-Format on it.
In promoting your event, we support you if you like. If possible we will even come by for a panel discussion with the audience. A Skype interview is possible also.
You might like to know what it costs you to show one of our movies? Answer is: maybe nothing. If you do not gain any profit from the event and you also have no funding for events like that, we do not ask any money from you. In that case we are perfectly happy with the idea that you show one of our movies to other people.
Of course: With larger agencies, festivals and cinemas we negotiate somewhat more “businesslike”. But so far we have always found a fair solution for both sides. So if you own or operate a cinema or if you organize a film-festival, then please write us under firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know on what terms you like to screen one of our films.
At the time “Sachamanta” (Spanish original), we ‘re able to offer with subtitles in English, Italian, German and Greek. “No Haste. No Rest.” (Spanish original) comes with subtitles in English and in German, just as “Tincunacuy“does.