As a Nonprofit

With a Community Screening License, you can bring The Mask You Live In to a local movie theatre, community center, house of worship, film festival, or even a moonlit night at a park!

Interested in using the film and/or its messaging in an educational context? As a community organization or government agency, you can order our curriculum and additional resources for ongoing use in your programs.

NONPROFIT AND GOVERNMENT AGENCY COMMUNITY SCREENING LICENSE

BEST BUY IF

You would like to screen and discuss The Mask You Live In with a group of 30 people or more.

WHAT IT IS

A one-time public performance of the film (your license is date and site specific), outside of a private home. It costs $500 for the first screening and $250 for any subsequent event hosted by the same organization, at any time after the first screening. You can charge admission, team up with other organizations to split the cost, and invite as many people as you’d like.

WHO IT’S FOR

Nonprofits, government agencies, community organizations, professional associations, and film festivals booking a screening at a local venue. This is also an option for schools that are hosting off-campus screenings or individuals/small groups that wish to host an event.

WHAT YOU GET/h4>

  • A copy of the film on-loan in one of the following formats:
    • DVD
    • Blu-Ray (+$15)
    • DCP (+$30)
  • One full-size movie poster (US only)
  • 50 promotional postcards with “take action” steps
  • Community planning and discussion guide
  • Custom Eventbrite page
  • Promotion on our website calendar
  • Templates for a press release, local calendar listing, and flyer
  • Film images and logo

We’ve created these materials to help you promote your event, create an engaging conversation following the screening, and facilitate ongoing community engagement. In addition, we’ll list your screening on our geo-tagged screenings calendar.

Please order your license when you have a date and venue confirmed for your screening. We use this information to create your license agreement. And don’t worry, we’ll mail your materials within 2-3 weeks of your screening.

Questions? Check out our Screening FAQ.

More questions? Please fill out our Host a Screening Form, and someone from our Distribution team will follow up with you!

NONPROFIT AND GOVERNMENT AGENCY SMALL GROUP YOUTH LICENSE

BEST BUY IF

You want to show and discuss The Mask You Live In with classroom-sized groups of youth at your location.

WHAT IT IS

License for nonprofits and government agencies with youth programs that includes our educational DVD and curriculum for K-12th grade. This license offers ongoing usage rights for classroom-sized groups (approximately 30 students or less) in one location (for $150), up to five locations (for $350), up to ten locations (for $500), or up to twenty locations (for $750).

WHO IT’S FOR

Nonprofits, government agencies, and community organizations that work with small groups of youth and want to utilize the curriculum for ongoing programming. This license is site-specific (so it’s limited to one, five or ten locations) and includes the rights for use in perpetuity.

If you would like to license more than ten sites, please contact our Distribution Team.

WHAT YOU GET

  • The Mask You Live In K-12 curriculum for K-5th, middle and high school, college/university (PDF with 150 pages, 36 lesson plans, 30-60 minutes each)
  • The nonprofit youth DVD, which includes:
    • The youth version of the film (87 minutes, appropriate for ages 14+)
    • 58 minutes of supplemental educational clips to accompany the curriculum

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

As a man working in the VAW field for ten years this was a life changing film. It connects many of the dots that have been left unconnected for far too long. It changes the way we need to address men in stopping violence in our society. Thank-you for providing us with such an important film.
Travis Greenley, Family Transition Place – MENtors (Orangevill, ON, Canada)

We hosted back-to-back screenings of Miss Representation and The Mask You Live In… People in our school community are still talking about the films, about gender mis-representation in the media and wanting to know more… These events and connecting up with The Representation Project have been highlight events in the life of our school community.

Michael Y. Simon, Middle & Upper School Counselor – Isidore Newman School (New Orleans, LA)