Since its premiere, TEACHED Vol I has been screened more than fifty times coast-to-coast by groups and individuals committed to educational equality. Education champions are using this trilogy of short documentary films to engage their communities and provoke thoughtful debate around education issues, especially the school-to-prison pipeline, teacher quality and charter schools.
Whether your screening is for 8 or 800 people, we can assist you in making sure your event has maximum impact. Here are some ways you can use the TEACHED Vol. I films to raise awareness around education inequality nationally or in your community:
Show All Three Short Films At Once
We can assist you in securing speakers at your event and help you create an agenda to possibly include a reception, live entertainment, audience Q&A, information tables and more!
Screen Each Film Individually
Screening the films individually gives you time to more deeply immerse your audience in the issues each one addresses and discuss how they effect your community locally.
Interactive screenings are effective ways to group together and find solutions for education equality within your hometown. Consider ending your event with time for group brainstorming and action-planning.
Have Your Local Library Purchase the TEACHED DVD for Screenings
Ask your local library to purchase the DVD for screening use and encourage your colleagues and friends to (literally) check it out. You can have the screenings in your home, in your dorm or practically anywhere!
Your library might even help you host a screening onsite as well. This is an excellent way to really get the word out and host many intimate screenings.
Be sure to take advantage of the many resources we have including staff to help you plan your event, marketing materials such as posters and flyers, our email and social media community where we can promote your screening and even tee shirts and swag for you to purchase.
We have met a lot of amazing people through TEACHED interactive screenings and we look forward to connecting with you and your community.