Host A Screening: For Toastmasters
HOST A SCREENING OF SPEAK!
Showing SPEAK at your Toastmasters club or district, is easy! The first step is to obtain Public Performance Rights by filling out this form. Once we receive your completed application, we will immediately be in touch to confirm your event.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT HOSTING A SCREENING
• How do I get started with organizing my screening?
Hosting a screening is easy! Here is what you need to do:
Someone from the SPEAK team will then be in touch within 3 business days go over all the details, answer your questions and move forward with confirming your event.
2. Once you have finalized you screening date, we will send you a contract and invoice for the licensing fee.
3. Once we receive notice of your payment and your signed contract, we will ship you the rental DVD and publicity materials for your event. We normally send the screening package about 4 weeks before your event.
4. After your screening, tell you friends about the opportunity to host this great film!
• Are there costs involved in hosting a screening?
Yes. In order to host a screening of SPEAK it is necessary to purchase Public Performance Rights. There are a variety of different licenses available – each of the fees below grant you single-use public performance rights, a rental DVD, publicity materials for your event and our guided help throughout the planning and execution of your screening:
• Student Screening: $195
• Toastmasters Local Club: $149
• Toastmasters District: $255
• National Forensic League: $95
• In a Theater: Free through Tugg (US Only)
• Can we charge an admission fee?
Yes, you certainly can. Whether you charge an admission fee or not is entirely up to you. This might depend on how you have defined the objectives of your event. Are you looking to recruit new members? Are you looking to host a fundraiser where there will be a larger ask after the screening? Are you just looking to organize a fun movie screening?
• How much time should we plan for?
The film runs for about 90 minutes. If you’re having a post-screening discussion or event, you should allow for at least 45 minutes for that.
• Will the filmmakers come to my event?
Both the filmmakers and some of the speakers featured in the film are very interested in attending and speaking at screenings. However it is subject to their availability, and their travel, lodging and honorarium must be covered. Just let us know if this is something you’re interested in.
For questions regarding screenings of SPEAK, please contact Rose