Hosting your own screening of Embrace is an amazing opportunity to connect with your community and spread the life-changing message of Embrace. For business owners, it’s the perfect way to educate and inspire your team, bring your clients together and position yourself as a leader in body positivity. Community groups and schools can use the film for education and fundraising. Or if you’re a body positive warrior, you’ll want nothing more than to bring your tribe together to soak up the powerful, body lovin’ vibes.
Public Screening Licence
Roadshow is here to help you with all licensing enquiries. Please click the button below to download and send it to Paul Mackenzie.
Simply select a date and time and FanForce will get in touch with the cinema on your behalf. The screening goes ahead once a certain amount of tickets have been reserved.
The fabulous folks at Majestic are your go-to for screening licences and enquiries. Please contact Benjamin Herrmann.
Anybody! That’s right, anybody can host a screening of Embrace, even you. From individuals and families or schools and universities to gyms, businesses, networking groups and councils, anybody can be a screening host and help share the message of Embrace.
The Embrace screening licence is specifically designed to be used outside of a cinema setting in whatever location you like! Host your screening in your boardroom, sports club, local school, university, gym, library or community hall.
Each licence purchased allows you to screen Embrace once only. Should you wish to screen Embrace multiple times, you will need to purchase multiple licences. Schools are exempt and may show the film multiple times within their school setting.
You are required to provide your own copy of Embrace for your screening. Click the link below to find out if the film is available in your country.
You can use your screening licence as an opportunity to raise awareness, solicit donations, and galvanize your community into action. While you are welcome to fundraise in conjunction with your screening, the Body Image Movement cannot assist with any fundraising duties.