Movie Request
Name of Club / Group / Department Showing the Film
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If a BYUSA club, what type of club is it?
Name of Requester
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Email Address
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Phone Number
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Date of Showing(s)
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Time of Showing(s)
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Number of Showings
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Title of Film(s)
We can offer quotes on multiple film options if desired. **Please note that newer releases typically cost more and not all films may be available for showing.
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Release Date of Film(s)
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Film Studio
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Location of Showing(s)
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Reason for Showing
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Targeted Demographic
e.g. students, staff, general club, specific club, etc.
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Anticipated Audience Size
Please be as specific as possible as this is the primary indicator for the fee. If unknown, give your best estimated range (e.g. 100-400 people). It’s better to guess on the lower end in general (realistic vs. hopeful), but please be honest and as accurate as possible. Use prior, similarly marketed events as a guide when possible. Anticipated audience size is the primary indicator of fee so it’s important for this to be accurate. Sometimes the studios will ask for audience reports after the event.
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Admission
Will admission be charged? If yes, please include the ticket price. FYI-if admission is charged the licensing fee will either be a flat fee or 50% of proceeds, whichever is greater.
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Advertising: Will you be advertising this film showing? If so, how and where? (Posters, email blasts, facebook, other social media, etc.)
Upon request, some film studios will provide legit movie posters for you to use in your advertising. Please indicate in your notes if you'd like us to try and procure film posters for your event.
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Budget: Do you have a budget for this activity? If so, how much?
Movie rights typically costs hundreds of dollars ($150-$1k), depending on audience size. Please visit the BYU Copyright Licensing Office's website - "Guidelines for Public Movie Performances" for other cheaper, or even free options for showing a movie on campus if you don't have a budget. BYU has secured a blanket license for the showing of Excel Films on campus for audiences < 100. More details on our website. https://sites.lib.byu.edu/copyright/about-copyright/movies/
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Need a DVD?
The studios can provide a copy of the movie (DVD or Blu-Ray) if requested, but it costs an additional fee of approx. $28 so it may be wiser to purchase and keep the DVD yourself if that is possible. Just be sure to obtain a lawfully made copy (i.e. No downloading from pirate sites or burning a DVD from a friend). Purchasing a DVD at reputable retailers such as Walmart or Amazon is sufficient.
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If this is an official BYU Clubs Showing, have you received approval for the showing of this film?
If this is not a club showing just indicate N/A.
Other Notes
Please give us any additional detail that may help us understand your request better. The more details the better.
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How did you hear about the Copyright Licensing Office?
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