The “Aging Gratefully” documentaries generate lively discussions among audience members. It doesn’t matter if a person lives in an intentional community or contemplating it.
The films bring up issues and topics important to all – including caregivers – who are planning for their later years. Filmmaker Alan O’Hashi can make a personal appearance, if your budget allows or can appear electronically via live stream such as Zoom or Skype.
Negotiate a donation for a non-theatrical license ($100 suggested) for schools, churches community groups).
You advertise to the community. You provide the venue (ideally video projection system with good sound).
We send you the DVD or digital file of the film. You bring your own audience. Upon receipt of your licensing fee, a link to a password-protected digital file will be sent to you. If you prefer a DVD, one will sent.
There also is a commercial theatrical license – this is figured based on the size of the theater. You rent the theater and advertise. This option is beneficial if you’re wanting to up the screening value.