The total running time of the feature-length version of SHOT IN THE ARM, including credits, is 92 minutes.
Currently, SHOT IN THE ARM is available only through invite-only private screenings and film festivals. Stay tuned for more…!
A private screening is an opportunity to bring the film to your company or group — big or small. Screenings can be online or in-person. We’ll provide access to the film and a screening kit with additional tools, including assets for promotion and follow-up discussion.
Anyone! Conferences, nonprofits, corporations, K-12 schools, colleges and universities, churches, clubs, public libraries, foundations, advocacy groups, Facebook Groups, podcasts, museums, businesses…
A film screening is a great opportunity to engage your audience with high-quality content and discuss this important topic. Your audience will get an exclusive chance to see the film, and you can include “an experience” like a discussion panel, Q&A, or workshop.
Tell us about your audience and intended usage, and we’ll discuss the details. The screening can even be leveraged as a fundraiser for your organization!
According to the U.S. copyright law (Title 17, United States Code, Section 110), a public performance is any screening of a film (streaming or hardcopy file) which occurs outside of the home, or at any place where people are gathered who are not family members, such as in a school, library, auditorium, classroom or meeting room. Please see more helpful information about public performance rights HERE.
SHOT IN THE ARM educational cuts for classroom use are currently available for licensing. Please fill out our Screening Application form if you are interested in sharing the film with your academic community.
To show the film at multiple locations, you must purchase a separate Screening Kit for each location.
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