Strange Negotiations Screening Request
Thanks for your interest in screening Strange Negotiations! Along with theater screenings in a number of markets, we are creating special opportunities for you to host the film in your community before its public release on November 19th...and of course after.

We are looking for hosts who want to promote the film locally and have access to a space that could easily become a movie theater for a night.

Spaces that you have easy (and free) access to that can comfortably seat at least 30 people are ideal. Examples include:

Live Music Venues
Arthouse Theaters
College Theaters/Classrooms
Churches
Community Centers
Co-working spaces
Coffee Shops (after hours)
Your home theater or living room
Outdoor spaces that have previously hosted screenings

At this point, we are not looking for suggestions for where to ‘book’ the film, or interested in places that require a rental fee. There is a minimum cost associated with hosting a screening (depends on size) which can be fulfilled through ticket sales or a one-time screening fee. We are looking for amazing and passionate hosts with creative ideas on how to bring a group together to watch (and discuss) the film as a community. If that is you then please start by filling out the form below and we will contact you with more information!

Name of Host/Hosting Organization *
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Host Email Address *
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City/State of Proposed Screening *
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Description of Proposed Screening Space *
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How many people can your space comfortably seat (30 minimum)? *
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Screening Available to the Public or Host Invite only? *
Description of installed/available Audio/Visual equipment that will be used. *
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Which dates (preferably before 11/19) would you like to host a screening? We suggest a couple weeks to plan/promote. *
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