Q: How long is the film?
A: 93 minutes (99 with the credits)
Q: What does having a public license to screen Within Reach mean?
A: It means the filmmakers have worked for 4 Ĺ years to make the film, and they are licensing it to you to share in your town. Our licenses are good for showing it to up to 100 people, but expansion licenses are easily obtainable. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more info.
Q: I donít really have an audience in mind. Should I host a screening?
A: Maybe not yet. If you arenít sure who you want to show the film to or why, you may just want to pre-screen it yourself. Click here.
Q: What if I want to screen the film more than once in my town, or if other groups that I know want to screen it after they come to my screening?
A: If you want to screen it more than once, simply purchase a multi-license kit.
If you show the film and someone from the audience would like to show it to their group, simply refer them to the host a screening page
. Thank you!
Q: What comes with a screening kit?
A: Physically you will receive a Community Screening DVD, 25 postcards and 1 poster. There is also a robust online toolkit with step-by-step instructions for putting on a great event!
Q: Can I just buy the DVD?
A: Not yet. This is a film about community and sustainability. To achieve our mission, it is best if the film is purchased by one group to show to many people at once. This brings the community together, and means that hundreds of individuals arenít purchasing their own DVD with packaging, shipping, etc. which could be wasteful for the environment.
Q: Is this a child-friendly film?
A: For the most part, yes! If your children are okay to briefly see a woman breastfeeding her child, and also a very brief shot of two naked people jumping in a pond, then Iíd say weíre fine! There are many, many great shots of children and we definitely have children speaking up on film. We feel this is an important film for young people to see that another way of life is possible.