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Frequently Asked Questions

The terms of film licensing mean that you can only use the film for exclusively non-commercial purposes — meaning that you are allowed to use the film, but you must not be selling tickets, making money off of advertising, or garnering any other form of profit from the film. If you have questions about this, please contact our team at

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FAQs For Screening Hosts:


Film is a great tool for organizing and mobilizing a movement for action. By hosting this screening and discussion, you’ll be helping recruit and energize lots of new people into this rising movement. Anyone can host, starting on April 30, 2016!

We encourage bigger groups to get together to screen the film if possible – and that means bigger places to congregate. Possible venues include schools, universities, religious institutions and community centres. Be proactive. Think Big. Any place people can get together, watch and discuss can be a screening venue. If you don’t want to deal with any logistics, you can also host a screening at your home.

Any time you’d like after the premiere on April 29, 2016!

Click the button below, fill out the form and you’ll be ready to go.
Register a Local Screening
Hosting a screening is very simple — all you need to do is register your event, make sure you’ve got the equipment you need to screen the movie, reserve a couple of hours, and spread the word! You can always co-host a screening and invite local leaders to co-lead the discussion after the film if you wish.

Sorry to hear it! Please let your attendees know about the change of plans using your event tools.

The film will be available to watch online, download, or burn to a DVD.

The film will inspire conversation on its own, but choosing one person who will moderate or facilitate discussion will help to focus the group and clearly identify actions that people can easily engage in. It’s a good idea to designate one person to take notes and collect all attendees’ contact information so that you can continue to communicate with one another after the screening. We recommend that before the discussion ends, you offer your guests a list of easy, specific actions that they can take within your community (and beyond) — starting with the upcoming Break Free from Fossil Fuels actions, some of which are featured in the film.

Click here for a discussion guide for the film.

Subtitles will be available in 9 languages, listed below, and we’re working to add others.
– English
– German
– Portuguese (Br)
– Turkish
– French
– Spanish
– Dutch
– Polish
– Swedish