Invitation to Dance

To book a theatrical screening contact Jonathan Hertzberg at jhertzberg@kinolorber.com

To book a non-theatrical, educational, or non-profit screening contact Jeff Tamblyn at jtamblyn@kinolorber.com 

PURCHASE THE FILM WITH PUBLIC PERFORMANCE RIGHTS (PPR)

Public Performance Rights (PPR) allow organizations, libraries and non-profit groups to exhibit our films to groups of 100 or fewer individuals where admission is not charged. The term of the Public Performance (PPR) license is for the life of the DVD.  The DVD with PPR costs $349.

Ideal for recovery centers, community organizations, and film clubs.

To purchase the film for a screening at your center (with Public Performance Rights): BUY NOW

 

BRING THE FILM TO YOUR LOCAL THEATER THROUGH GATHR 

We've teamed up with an organization called GATHR to make bringing INVITATION TO DANCE to your local theater easier than ever. GATHR uses a “theatrical-on-demand” model where you can request a screening and they coordinate with the theater for you. You do not have to pay any sort of screening room rental or exhibition fee – you just have to promote the film and get people to reserve tickets. GATHR
screenings can only happen if a minimum number of people reserve tickets (often around 30, but it depends on the theater). Visit GATHR to learn more and sign up! 
 
 
HOST A SCREENING PARTY IN YOUR HOME

Our films are also available to screen in your home to small groups (about 10-15 people).  Please keep in mind that no screening is too small for possible filmmaker participation to facilitate dialogue surrounding the film's topics. The cost of a DVD for an at-home screening is $149.

To purchase the film for an at-home screening (without Public Performance Rights): BUY NOW

 

HOST A CUSTOMIZED SCREENING EVENT:

We can accomodate any type of screening you are interested in having. If none of the above options sound like what you're looking for, contact us directly for more information. You can reach Jeff Tamblyn at (212) 629‐6880 or jtamblyn@kinolorber.com with any questions.

If possible, please let Jeff know the following information:

- Venue & venue size

- Expected # of attendees

- Admission: Free or ticketed?