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Can anyone host a screening?

Absolutely – we want to make this film to be seen by individuals, church groups, civic & service club, community centers, non-profit organizations and even 6th-12thgrade students.


How do I find out if there’s a screening already in my area?

Please check our screening page that will be updated with viewing dates, times and locations. 

What kinds of locations are good to host a screening? 

Depending upon the size of your group, a screening can be held in any venue of your choice – a home, classroom, community center, church hall, office meeting room or auditorium, just to name a few. 


Do you help book the venue for my screening?

We trust you know your audience best, so we’ll leave that task up to you. 


Will you help me promote my screening?

Yes, we will.  As the event facilitator, you’ll receive a media kit that will include a press release suitable to email to your local newspaper or club newspaper editor. In addition, you’ll also receive an event flyer ready for you to print and disseminate. Plus, we’ll provide you social media messaging including a link to your press release.


How long is the film?

“Who is My Neighbor?” would be around 90 - 100 minutes long.


What format is the film available in and what equipment will I need?

The film will be available in 1080p HD quality for screening through a LCD projector. Suitable formats could be made available for theatrical screenings as well.


Will I need Internet access in order to screen the film?

Not necessary, unless you prefer to. Offline screening is recommended for an uninterrupted showing.

Can Fr. Charles or one of the film’s producers be available to attend my screening?

It would be great to have Fr. Charles attend each screening; however, time and distance make it possible. 


What if we’d like to have a discussion about the film – do you have an outline or talking points as a guide?

A discussion kit would be made available and an animators guide as well. 

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