Screen Slate Streaming Event Listings Submission
Thank you for your interest in submitting an event to Screen Slate! Our listings comprise two types of events:

• Live events ("Screening + Q&A at 8PM")
• Limited time events ("Available to stream for the next week")

This submission form is not for items such as virtual arthouse runs, titles on SVOD services, or things available to stream indefinitely. Please see our listings policy page (link below) for more info regarding those types of content.

In order to keep our listings concise, we are not breaking out multi-film series or festivals into each individual title. Please submit these as one listing. In the case of something like a video art exhibition with multiple artists, you can list the artists in the "description" field.

If you are anticipating a high volume or regular listings, email listings@screenslate.com

Listings policy: https://www.screenslate.com/about#listings-faq
Email address *
Event Title *
This can be a film title ("Eraserhead"), event title ("Eraserhead at 40: A Panel Discussion"), an exhibition title (David Lynch: The Unified Field), a festival title ("The David Lynch Film Festival"), etc.
Venue/Presenter *
(e.g. Anthology Film Archives)
Venue's Home URL (If not already in our system)
(e.g. http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/. If you have submitted previously or already have a page on our site, you can leave blank.)
Event URL *
This is the link that people will click over to from our listings.
Film/video title(s), if applicable
Please list like: Title, Director, Runtime, Year. Do not use caps. If there are more than a few titles (> 4), please do not include them - we'll just run with the event title and people can click through for full details.
Concise details/description if applicable
E.g., "Followed by Q&A with the artist." "Short lecture by Dr. Peter Venkman," "Including work by Joan Jonas, Chris Burden, and Pablo Picasso," etc. Please keep this concise and down-to-business — please do not include a synopsis, overly promotional-sounding language, all caps, exclamation points, etc. We reserve the right to edit this. 🙏😃
Date & time (If timed/live event)
For events with date ranges (e.g., a festival, exhibition, or series), see below. If this is a hybrid event (live screening at 8p on 1/1/21, but recording viewable until 1/8/21), you can use both. Please note this distinction in the description above.
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