SEE THE FILM IN CINEMAS / HOST A CINEMA SCREENING

Want to host a screening but not sure how to get started?   Check out our Screening and Discussion Guide. It contains checklists, tips, and other information, as well as discussion questions and topics to get your Q&A session started. Download the guide (Australian and international versions available) via our  resources page .

Want to host a screening but not sure how to get started?
Check out our Screening and Discussion Guide. It contains checklists, tips, and other information, as well as discussion questions and topics to get your Q&A session started. Download the guide (Australian and international versions available) via our resources page.

Hosting a screening is great way to reach out to your community and spread the film's important message the way you want to.

Hosting is easy with Demand Film: just pick the date, time, and venue where you want to host your screening and their team will liaise with the cinema for you.

There is no risk or cost to you, you just need to promote the screening so enough tickets are reserved for it to go ahead.

Available on-demand in cinemas the following countries:


Host a PUBLIC screeninG

To host a public screening you will need to purchase a screening license. This supports the work of the filmmakers and also complies with international Copyright Law. Public screenings include screenings in motels, pubs, clubs, restaurants, cafes, shopping centres and nightclubs, as well as in cinemas. Permission will also be necessary where a non-profit organisation such as a club, church, sporting organisation or school wants to screen a film or DVD as a fundraiser or group activity. 

Purchase a public screening license:

  • Australia: Via Demand Film

  • New Zealand: Via Demand Film

  • For international screenings or if you have any questions please email us at: info@bluethefilm.org


RENT OR BUY

Audiences in certain regions can rent or own BLUE via the following services:


FILM FESTIVALS

Check our Facebook events page & instagram for regular updates on film festivals and community screenings: