We’re pleased to announce an upcoming screening in Santa Barbara, CA, in conjunction with Gail Kvisted, Jordan Lerum, Scott Bull, Surfrider Foundation and Coastal Fund UC Santa Barbara.
More news coming soon!
Would you like to set up a screening of Mission of Mermaids? We’d be thrilled, and we’ve created mini-posters and postcards to help you get the word out.
We do ask for a license fee. Screening fees are for a one-time screening, and are based on the number of people you expect to attend. You may ask for donations to help cover the cost of the screening fee or to raise funds for your organizations.
Note: These screenings are for use in community settings and for student groups. If you plan to charge admission, we consider that a theatrical screening—see details below. If you plan to use the film in a classroom, contact info (at) missionofmermaids (dot) com.
The prices listed below are for a onetime screening only. Please contact us if you plan multiple screenings.
Regardless of the option you choose, you will be required to return the Community Screening License DVD. You may also request access to the online version of Mission of Mermaids. We will provide a password for the screening, the use of which expires the day after the event.
Should your organization decide to charge an admission fee for seeing MOM (even if programmed with another film), we license the film at a different rate:
$249 or 25% of the door, whichever is greater. The package includes 50 postcards and 4 mini-posters.
Scheduling Your Screening
You can choose the best time for you or your organization to screen Mission of Mermaids. Consider scheduling your screening for a time that celebrates the oceans or environmental activism: World Oceans Day (June), the International Day of Climate Action (October), Earth Month (April), etc.
Inviting the Filmmaker
If you’d like to invite Susan Rockefeller to attend or participate in the screening, let us know. We can also help you to find expert speakers for a Q&A panel.