Host a Screening
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Team up with a local organization for a special event! You may charge admission and/or use the screening as a fundraiser for your cause of choice.
Show the film on your campus, in a classroom, or at a summer camp. It will work well for many different topics and themes, including: citizen science, biology, social justice, environmental studies, outdoor education, natural resource management, conservation, and film studies.
Encourage your library or research institution to purchase a copy for their collection. You don’t need a grand theater. Project The Butterfly Trees outdoors on a sheet, or on a building's wall in your community. Please share your ideas — and pictures too!
Regardless of the size of your screening audience, if you are showing The Butterfly Trees anywhere other than in a home setting, it is considered a public screening and you must purchase the proper screening rights to avoid copyright infringement.
If you’d like more information about the film or would like to request a screening, please email: email@example.com