How It Works

In person or virtual screenings

We partner with nonprofits, universities, corporations, faith-based groups, and others to start the conversation and help combat misinformation, rebuild trust in public health, and celebrate science.

We present at conferences, produce educational programming and schedule virtual and in-person screenings with Q&As with Oscar-nominated Director Scott Hamilton Kennedy.

Some possible ideas include the following:

Panel Discussion – Invite leaders from your organization or experts in your field to discuss the concepts presented. Invite attendees to submit questions for your panelists.
Stories from the Frontlines – Invite healthcare professionals from your community to share their personal stories.
Discussion Groups – Set up breakout rooms/groups where attendees can explore their thoughts and reactions. Use our discussion guides to facilitate conversation.
Workshops – Get experts involved to host a follow-up workshop to serve your audience.

On Demand Virtual Screening Window

The film is also available on-demand for a set window (typically three days) through our online streaming platform. Viewers can access the film at any time during the screening window. It’s a great way to include those who cannot make it to an in-person event or have a scheduling conflict.

The platform is branded to your organization and can be customized with your content, resources, and bonus content recordings. You can even include a welcome video from your leadership.


Your organization can position your event as a fundraiser! There are three ways to raise funds, and you keep 100% of the proceeds:

  • Sell tickets to attendees.
  • Request donations during registration or as part of your event program, and in follow-up communications.
  • Secure corporate sponsors or partners.
We have a variety of tools, templates, and best practices you can use to maximize your fundraising efforts!

Digital Marketing Toolkit

We provide customizable graphics for promoting your event.

Q&A with Oscar Nominated Director

Invite Scott Hamilton Kennedy, the film’s director (or one of the film’s featured cast members) to join your event for a 30-minute post-screening talk-back and make an even bigger impact!


Select the pricing option that best fits your needs. If you don’t see what you need or would like to discuss a custom option, please get in touch with


SHOT IN THE ARM Screening Event

Virtual or In-Person

Up to 250 attendees

Screening License Fee: $5,000

Add a Q&A to your screening!

Virtual or in-person: 30-minute Q&A with Director/Producer/Cast Member (pricing upon request)


45-Minute Film Presentation with Oscar Nominated Director

Includes film licensing 

Virtual package: $7,500k

In person Package: $20k

(Includes two travel days on either side of the event;

not included – travel and incidental expenses)


3-Day On-Demand Screening Window

License Fee: $5k

Bundle with a screening event: $2500

Includes branded viewing platform




PBS Broadcast Branded Sponsorship Opportunity

Information available upon request


Panel Discussion Toolkit 

Use our discussion guide to facilitate conversation