As a team of parents, we are so happy you reached out to us about Screenagers—a film that explores the impact of screen time on kids AND offers solutions on how we can help kids find balance. Many parents bring their kids of all ages to see the film and we’re so happy to see many of them actively participate in the post-screening discussions!
Since launching the film in late January, Screenagers has received quite a bit of press coverage including significant feature stories on PBS NewsHour, Dr. Oz Show, New York Times, Forbes, Good Morning America and Education Week.
Anyone can host a screening in their community. It’s easy and can be a fundraiser for your school or organization.
2 PRICING OPTIONS:
Both options include:
3 discussion guides: a Moderator’s Guide, an Educator’s Guide and a Parent’s Guide.
Editable posters, flyers, and postcards to market the event.
If you are a school the licensing fee covers one screening for a parent night and one for the students. We like these two screenings to happen within a few days of each other.
If you are a school district and want to license the movie for each school, there is a separate licensing fee for each school. Ask about discounts for multiple screenings in a district.
There is no option to own the DVD, and it is not available on streaming services like Netflix or Amazon. After your event, you return the DVD to us.
There are subtitled versions in Spanish, Mandarin, French, and English
1. Ticket Sales to cover the license fee
We set up an online ticket sales site for you. Then, you just send out emails inviting your community.
You pick a ticket price, usually $10, and once you sell 50 tickets licensing fee of $500 is covered. However, you can pick any ticket price that works for your community.
Any ticket sales above $500 are split 50/50 with Screenagers.
2. Offer it free to your community
If you choose to not sell tickets the license fee is $650.
INVITE THE FILMMAKER
Dr. Ruston decided to make Screenagers when she found herself constantly struggling with her own two kids about screen time. This is depicted along with many other stories in Screenagers. Dr. Ruston has won several awards for her work using films to create movements for social change and has been invited to give talks to all types of audiences around the world. Click here to see her full bio. If Dr. Ruston is not available a producer from the movie may be. Contact us to find out about availability and fees.
We are ready to answer any questions and to help in any way!! Please email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 415-450-9585.