If you do not find the answer to your question below, please write in to email@example.com
Q: What is this film about?
A: SunGanges is about the impacts of big energy projects, big hydro and coal, on water, people and the environment. It is a film about the rise of solar and wind energy and the urgent need to accelerate our efforts in going 100% renewable.
Q: What is the duration of the film?
A: Long version: 75 minutes. Short version: 60 minutes.
Q: What does it mean to have a public license to screen SunGanges?
A: It means a couple indie filmmakers have worked for over 4 years to make this film, and they are licensing it to you to share it with your audience. Our licenses are good for showing the film once to an audience of up to 100 people.
Q: What if I want to screen the film more than once?
A: Multiple screening licenses are also available for which you may please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: What if someone representing another organization after coming to my screening, wants to screen the film themselves?
A: If you screen SunGanges and someone from the audience would like to show the film to their group, simply refer them to the SunGanges Host a Screening page.
Q: I don’t have an audience in mind, can I just buy the DVD or Online Stream for myself?
A: Not yet. This is a film about how we are all in this together. To achieve the film’s mission, we encourage you to purchase and screen the film for a group of people at once. This brings the community together. It means that hundreds of individuals are thinking and discussing and planning to collectively take action towards a sustainable present and future. Cannot beat that collective energy.
Q: Can I see the film before I screen it for my audience?
A: Yes you can. Please write in with your request to email@example.com
Q: Is this a child-friendly film?
A: You bet! Children definitely need to know what is in store for them as far as this planet is concerned. Encourage them to speak up and ask questions and then brace yourself to answer them. As the film shows and as we all know very well, the adults have a lot of answering to do.