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For the Community Screening License, the drop-down menu above allows you to select the correct option for in-person events. Here are the specifics for each license:
Free Screening (Audience Size: 1-49)
Include this film in a community screening event to an audience of 1-49 people where you are not charging an entry fee.
Free Screening (Audience Size: 50-100)
Include this film in a community screening event to an audience of 50-100 people where you are not charging an entry fee.
Ticketed Screening (Audience size 1-49)
Include this film in a community screening event with an audience of 1–49 people where you are charging an entry fee.
Ticketed Screening (Audience size 50-100)
Include this film in a community screening event with an audience of 50–100 people where you are charging an entry fee to the event.
Free or Ticketed Screening (Audience size 100+): Please contact us to arrange a custom license.
Everyone else: can’t see a license that suits your needs or not sure which one to buy? Send us an email!
Run time: 38 minutes
File resolution: 4K or Full HD 1080p
File format: .mp4 digital download (or DCP for Aotearoa NZ at extra cost, please contact us to arrange this at least 2 weeks prior to your event)
We currently have subtitles available in:
To access them, go to the Together We Grow page and scroll down to ‘Subtitles’. Select your language. You’ll be taken to a Dropbox link where you can download the file. Once you’ve received the film file, open it in your media player and add the subtitles file via the main menu.
We’re still working on other subtitle languages and audio description for this film. If you’re a professional translator and would like to volunteer subtitles in your language, please get in touch!
ABOUT THE FILM
Together We Grow is a 40-minute documentary that shares the story of a thriving hub in Aotearoa New Zealand that is helping to build resilience into its local community by growing, sewing, repairing, sharing – you name it, Common Unity is doing it!
Too many of our communities, in Aotearoa and around the world, are facing housing crises, food insecurity, social isolation, and more. In addition, the multiple impacts of the Covid pandemic and climate change are current and ongoing. How can we most effectively confront these challenges, and help our communities thrive in an economic system that leaves many feeling trapped in poverty?
Founder Julia Milne and her team have created a completely replicable model for developing strong, connected, resilient communities – a model that could be put in place across thousands of communities in Aotearoa and millions of communities across the world. They’ve proven it can be done, this film was made to help them share the story!