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Host a Screening–there are several ways!


1.  Purchase a DVD and screen the film as often as you like in your own institutional venue.  

Feel free to contact Carol Eisner at or Vic Compher at for PR materials, including writable fliers and press releases, etc.  We can also advise you on outreach methods if you’re screening to groups outside of your institution or to the public, or if you’re charging admission. Screenings beyond your institution require a modest licensing fee of $150.00, which is good for 12 months–institutional checks are made payable to Lifedream Films LLC, c/o Vic Compher, 604 S. Washington Sq.-802, Phila. PA 19106.


2. Host a COMMUNITY OR EDUCATIONAL SCREENING with online Assistance of TUGG:

One time screening licenses are available for screenings at service agencies, conferences, community centers, libraries, and other non-traditional screening locations. You provide the venue, projector, and audience and our partners at TUGG provide you with the film and digital promotional tools to make the screening a success. Contact TUGG and they will get right back to you: tugg


Our partners at TUGG give you the power to bring Portraits of Professional CAREgivers to your favorite movie theaters! The process is simple: pick a date, pick a theater, and enlist your audience to meet the RSVP threshold online before the deadline. If enough reservations are made, the screening happens. You can use the event as a fundraiser and even host a panel discussion right in the theater. Click her to find out more about how TUGG works:

To set up your own theater screening, click here: tugg

NOTE:   You may also want to invite a panel of representative professionals to discuss the film after screening it. Or to arrange for the DIRECTOR, Vic Compher or CO-PRODUCER, Rodney Whittenberg, to be present for a Q and A session, to participate on your panel discussion–or to hold an educational workshop or presentation— contact or call 267-266-0842   Many institutions also arrange for CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS through universities, professional associations or directly with state licensing boards. If you have additional questions about these or other matters, also please feel free to contact 

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