Host A Screening

Turn your screening into a FUNDRAISER!

“A truly fascinating and touching film about the state of affairs of identity politics in America today...”
— Smock Media

The I Am screening kit gives users an easy-to-use platform that will educate, engage, and equip audiences to explore the impact of the multiracial baby boom upon identity politics and act as a community. 

WHO IS I AM FOR?

  • University Student Organizations

  • Churches

  • K-12 Schools

  • Public Libraries

  • Communities

  • Nonprofits

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WHAT ARE I AM'S THEMES?

  • Multiracial Identity

  • Identity politics

  • Racial constructs

  • Race policies, including race boxes

  • Interracial relations - faith & racism

  • Bullying

  • Media & race

  • America's racial history: Bacon's Rebellion, One-Drop Rule, Civil Rights, White Supremacy etc.


HOW CAN I USE I AM?

Here are some ways the film can be used entertain, educate, and engage your audience:

  • Arrange a screening for your community to highlight new perspectives on race in America. You can show the entire documentary or individual chapters. A discussion guide is provided to facilitate conversation.

  • Create an "umbrella" screening where other communities and organizations are invited under your umbrella, so to speak, to watch and discuss the film. This method is particularly effective on college campuses.

  • Add the film to your events calendar and invite your audience to join the discussion. 

  • Add the film to your organization's library and make it available to everyone.


HOW CAN I TURN MY I AM SCREENING INTO A FUNDRAISER?

DVD Fundraising Package

  • A ten-pack of DVDs can be purchased for $100 ($10/unit).

  • License holders may resell DVDs at events for $20/unit - sales are for “Home Licenses” only.

  • Every ten-pack sold nets $100 profit for Licensee. 

 


WHAT IS INSIDE THE I AM SCREENING KIT?

The screening kit is an easy-to-use resource that includes everything you'll need for planning, promoting, and hosting your community screening:

  •  Posters

  •  Institutional and Public Performance License

  •  DVD or Blu Ray - 97 min feature-length version of the film

  •  Comprehensive discussion guide


WHAT TYPE OF LICENSE DO I NEED TO SCREEN I AM?

We offer a flexible licensing and pricing system to make the film accessible to all types of organizations. The Screening Kit includes an unlimited public performance license at one facility. As independent filmmakers, we rely on community support to continue producing great documentaries and making them available to the public. Keep in mind you are legally obligated to purchase the appropriate license to show the film at your institution. Further questions? See our Screening Licensing FAQ.

 

 

UNIVERSITY & COLLEGE STUDENT ORGANIZATION LICENSE

For political, multiracial/ethnic, international, & religious/interfaith student groups, and more!

We offer a one-time screening license for $150-$160.  BUT…

We will waive the one-time screening license fee for colleges or universities that purchase or have already purchased the Educational License which includes the Public Performance Rights (PPR) License. This license allows film screenings at the college or university campus for its students - an admissions fee may not be charged. 

If your college or university does not have an Educational License, requests can be made to librarians or professors to order the film. For support, contact us.

If you wish to charge admissions or are a smaller than average student group and your institution does not hold an Educational License, contact us.

 

 

NONPROFIT, CHURCH, COMMUNITY LICENSE

For groups interested in exploring the multiracial baby boom, identity politics, interracial & interfaith families, and what it means to be an individual in today’s America.

If you wish to charge admissions, are interested in funderaising opportunities or are a smaller than average group, contact us.

 

 

K-12 SCHOOL, PUBLIC LIBRARY LICENSE

For those interested in exploring the following themes: multiracial Identity, identity politics, racial constructs, interracial relations, intra-family racism, bullying, etc.


I have never thought about what being multiracial meant and about how people can just label you as naive for not identifying with one particular race.”
— Josiane