Host A Screening

Host a Community Screening

How it Works:

  • Select a Community Screening License thru Tugg
  • Sit back and enjoy the movie with your community!

Screening License Pricing:

A screening license gives you permission to host a one-time public screening at your own venue. Wanna show Love Thy Nature multiple times? Contact us for a bulk discount.

  • Organizations & Individuals (Single Screening Rental)
    (Free admission) 1-250 attendees - $175
    (Charge for admission*) 1-250 attendees – $350
  • Educational Institutions (Single Screening Rental)
    K-12/public library, 1-250 attendees – $200
    University, 1-250 attendees – $275
Turn your screening into a fundraiser, promote your cause, invite speakers, or follow it with a nature-connecting activity. You can also make a request to have our director Sylvie Rokab attend for a Q&A. View her engaging Speaker Reel.

Each Screening License Includes:

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Both options include Public Performance Rights (PPR), which provide legal permission to screen a film in public. Option B is usually reserved for educational institutions.

Host a Theatrical Screening

A Love Thy Nature theatrical screening is free to set up through the Tugg crowd-sourcing platform, and your organization receives 5% of the profits. Once enough tickets are sold, your event is confirmed!

How it Works

Things to Know:

  • Screening in a theater thru Tugg, you must pre-sell a certain number of tickets—the "threshold"—for the screening to be confirmed. We suggest allowing 5–7 weeks to plan your event and use our tools to help you promote and track tickets.
  • Once you reach the threshold, your theater booking is confirmed, and tickets will remain on sale through your event page until 4 hours prior to the event. If enough tickets are not reserved before the deadline, the screening is cancelled and no one is charged for the reservation.