Host A Screening

First, check out this video below from The Director and Producer about how YOU can help share Travis: A Soldier’s Story.

Here are the five options on how you can host a screening:

1. Bring Travis: A Soldier’ Story to your theater this Veteran’s Day!

Join the movement today by calling your local theater to screen Travis: A Soldier’s Story on Veterans Day November 11, 2014. Theaters across the country will be screening the film on this important day.

2. Host a Screening at Your Local Theater with Tugg

We’ve partnered with Tugg.com, which is a web-platform that helps individuals, groups and organizations to set up personalized movie screenings in theaters across the country. The process is simple – you pick the time, place and date, and Tugg will reserve the theater and give you a personalized event page for your screening. Here’s the trick though – you need to pre-sell a certain amount of tickets in order for the event to be confirmed!

Once you get your event page, it’s up to you to spread the word to your community and let folks know the event will only take place if enough tickets – the “threshold” – are reserved before a deadline. Once enough tickets are sold, your event will be confirmed and you can sit back and enjoy the show! If there aren’t enough tickets sold, then no one will be charged for the reservation and the screening will be called off.

Get started by:

  1. Go to to: www.tugg.com/titles/travis-a-soldiers-story
  2. Register with Tugg
  3. Click “create an event”
  4. Follow steps to setup a screening
3. Host an Educational or Community Screening with Tugg

If you’re interested in setting up a screening at an educational institution, museum, place of worship or other organization that meets the necessary technical requirements, you can purchase a one-time license to screen the film. One-time licensing fees are priced according to the type of event sponsor and the size of the proposed screening.

  1. Visit: http://licenses.tugg.com/products/travis-a-soldiers-story
  2. Choose your media: DVD or Blu-Ray
  3. Choose a Ticketing Option
  4. Purchase your license
4. Sponsored Screenings / Donated Screenings:

Theater donates a screening or a screening is sponsored
Tickets are handled by Fotolanthropy via EventBrite or sold by the Theater

5. Red Carpet Events

These are events are determined on a case-by-case basis

Have some questions? Feel free to contact us and we will set you up with the tools you need.