Join over 10,000 hosts worldwide by hosting your own screening of our movies! Whether a large theatre-style screening event or a smaller community watch-along, our team make it easy for you to put on your event
An award-winning film that probes into the vulnerable corners of family life and depicts messy struggles over social media, video games and academics. The film offers solutions on how we can help our kids navigate the digital world.
High Stress, anxiety and depression are experienced by millions of young people. We follow physician and filmmaker, Delaney Ruston, as she discovers solutions for improved adolescent well-being in the digital age.
Join Screenagers filmmaker, Delaney Ruston as she picks up her camera once more to examine the impact of our digital age on teens decision making in relation to substances such as vaping, alcohol and drugs.
Amongst a range of financial measures to support the national recovery from Covid-19, both the American Rescue Plan (ARP) and the CARES act, include significant financial support for schools to mitigate against the negative impact on the education of our kids.
Our 1,000s of US School hosts regularly screen our movies as part of their wider Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) and mental health programs. Many have told us of their intention to use these available funds to cover the cost of future events and continue to support important SEL and mental health activities.
While we can't offer specific guidance on how to use the available funds, we would encourage prospective US School hosts to speak with their administration, district and state educators - and to learn more about the use of these funds here (ARP) and here (CARES)
My intention for planning this screening was to increase community awareness and engage in meaningful dialogue. Both were accomplished. Thank you!
As a parent of three, I appreciated learning the science behind why these devices and the apps my kids use are so addicting. I really appreciate Screenagers work in highlighting this very important issue.
During COVID 19, this was a creative way to connect with our audience of parents and teens and help address some of the anxiety they are facing right now.
Screenagers is so well done that it will be the go-to documentary on this topic for decades. Every family must see it, even if they feel technology is not disrupting their family and their kids relationships.
Thank you for Screenagers for the flexibility to share this event with our community during COVID-19
This film is a wonderful jumping off point for deep discussions with our students and community.
The support from the Screenagers team was great! Thank you for the amazing film and work to help us put on our first successful virtual event!
As a middle school counselor, I've had the opportunity to view Screenagers 4 times and I still find it engaging. The scenarios are real which keeps the viewing interesting.
For over 5 years, our team have helped more than 10,000 hosts worldwide run In-Person screening events for our movies. We offer hosts the flexibility to run any type of event they want, from a fully ticketed, movie theatre style event - through to smaller, community group or classroom screenings. Reach out to our team today with your requirements!
Introduced in 2020, our online events are great for when gathering in person isn’t so easy, or the community you serve are located far and wide! Our team help you to deliver a full event experience online, with guest registration, online discussion sessions, follow on resources and of course a high quality, secure screening of our movies!
Make an inquiry to us using the below form, letting us know your requirements
Our team will send you the full details of running an Online event and pricing, working with you to create the perfect package
There are 2 main online event types - Live online events and On-Demand events
On-Demand - For your event, you have a 2 week period where your guests can login and watch the movie at a time convenient to them. We recommend you run a follow on discussion/Q&A session towards the end / after your event period
Online Live Event - This mimics our In-Person events. Our team set up and manage an online webinar for you to happen at a specific time. Guests log on securely and we run the technology whilst you introduce the event, screen the movie and run the interactive online discussion/Q&A with your guests
At every stage, our team are there to take care of the technical aspects, so you can focus on running a great event for your guests!
Make an inquiry to us using the form below, letting us know your requirements
Our team will send you the full details of running a community screening and pricing, working with you to create the perfect event
Once booked, we will give you access to event marketing templates, event moderator guides and an online ticketing system if required
For your event we will set up a secure, private, online link for you to stream the movie in HD to your attendees
You are free to run your event how you wish, but a typical event runs - 1, Short welcome to your guests. 2, Movie Screening (63-67 mins). 3, Follow on discussion / Q&A session (using the guides we provide)
Screenagers' Filmmaker Dr. Delaney Ruston is available for a fee to attend your event and host any discussion / Q&A / Workshop sessions you may wish to run as part of your event. Please mention any interest in this with your inquiry
At every step of the way, our team will be available to you to answer any questions and ensure you have the best possible event!
Anyone! We made our movies specifically to be screened at community events, to promote learning and discussion amongst families and peer groups. If you have the community or audience, then whether In-Person or Online, our team help hosts every day to run successful and engaging events!Make An Inquiry
This film is great for everyone to see, yes our kids but also caregivers. I can't wait share it again.
I would recommend this documentary to anyone of all ages - so informative and relevant with the struggles of today.
The film was able to open the door for families to discuss the ideas of mental health and what they can do to support their teens.
Screenagers provides not only well researched and relevant content, it is a wonderful organization to work with.
We were so thrilled to see both adults and teens in our audience for the screening. Truly an important discussion to have with the teens in our lives.
So many practical ideas and tools for parents on how to support and love their children throughout their lives.
The movie opened up a dialog between parents and their teens and helped both see the perspectives of one another related to technology and relationships.
We recommend a minimum of 3-4 weeks. This is to allow you enough time to publicize your event. Please let us know during the booking process if you need a sooner screening and our team will try to support your request.
Yes and we offer reduced license rates for running multiple events and screenings.
A Screenagers license is for a single community screening for an audience size suitable for your venue.
You only need a space large enough to fit your audience, along with the relevant screening equipment (i.e. large display, projector, cinema screen, etc.) Most hosts use a school gym or auditorium, church, community centre or library meeting space. Some make arrangements with a school theatre or local commercial film theatre.
Yes. You can set a ticket price at any amount you choose and of course you can offer free attendance to your event. Something in the region of $5-10 is common where our hosts choose to charge for tickets and we will set up a free RSVP and ticketing website for you to offer to guests.
We highly recommend having a post film discussion with your audience immediately following the film. Most organisers choose a person from their own community to lead the discussion - we provide a moderator guide to support this. The guide contains facts from the film, and suggested discussion questions. Some hosts invite a panel of local experts to answer questions.
Additionally, Screenagers Filmmaker Delaney Ruston, MD. is available to book for a fee to lead the discussion and answer questions at your event.
Our hope is that parents and children all see this film either together or separately (If your school hosts a school day student screening for example). We generally recommend Screenagers for children in 4-5th grade (age 9) and up. We believe every family and community should make their own decisions around this, considering the film’s documentary style, length and content. The children featured in this film are in middle school and high school.
Yes - please get in touch via our inquiry form and we can provide you with details on screening our movie(s) in this format.
Yes, we have many subtitle language options available for the movies. Please let us know your requirements during the booking process.
Not with our standard screening license or as part of membership to The Screenagers Project. Please get in touch with us via the inquiry form below to discuss your requirements with one of our team.
Fill out the form below for more information about hosting a screening event. You can always call us too, 415-450-9585