Thanks for your interest in screening Miss Representation! Anyone, anywhere can arrange a screening, whether you’re affiliated with a local school, company, nonprofit, or just gathering all of your friends. See below for a few ways to get started!
See Miss Representation on the big screen. Thanks to our partnership with Tugg, you can create screenings on-demand - all you have to do is sell enough tickets. You get to choose the date, time, and location of your screening and we send you promotional material to help.Get started
It costs $350 to purchase a community screening license of the film. Because of this fee, we often see people partner with a community organization or small business to underwrite the costs. Of course, plenty of individuals (and groups of individuals) have purchased this license on their own! Either way, we provide you with everything you need to be successful including a discussion/planning guide and promotional materials.Get started
A simple way for K-12 schools, universities, and summer camps to host an on-campus screening is to purchase an educational screening license for $329. These licenses can be donated to a school (by an individual, company, or group like a parent-teacher association) or ordered by the school directly.Get started
You can host a screening in the privacy of your own home without a license. For conversation starters and planning tips, download our house party kit.Get started
NEED HELP SECURING A PARTNER?
Here are a few tools to help you secure partners:
- Miss Representation Trailer (3 minutes)
- Miss Representation Extended Trailer (8 minutes)
- Community Screening Guide
- Miss Representation film overview
- Common Sense Media Review for Parents
- Advice from other screening organizers: The Mask You Live In and Miss Representation Screening Organizers LinkedIn Group (please request to join)