What are the steps to hosting a screening?

  1. Fill out the online order form.

  2. Once you’ve completed the form and payment, our team will confirm your license with the information provided and send you a digital screening toolkit.

  3. You will receive  a password protected digital copy, or a DVD or BLU RAY (+$15) for your screening. The password will be good for 5 days prior to your screening for testing purposes. Please test the link or DVD in advance of the screening to make sure there are no complications.

  4. After your screening, we will ask you to give us feedback on your event. 

 

Can I get a receipt for my purchase?

You will be emailed a receipt along with an order confirmation after you place your order. 

Can a speaker come to our screening?

We have several speakers available from the film. If you are interested in having a speaker come to your screening, either to hold a Q&A following the film, or to participate on a panel organized by you, please go to the SPEAKER'S PAGE and fill out the Speaker request form.

 

Can I host a screening outside of the U.S.?

The film is subtitled in French, Italian, German, and Spanish. Subtitled films are available for licensing only on DVD. English speaking version can be licensed in any country and available on digital, DVD or BLU RAY.

 

Is the film appropriate for all audiences?

The film is appropriate for 16 years of age and up.

The film does contain profanity, violence, drug use and sexual content.

 

How long is the film?

The run time is 108 minutes, so please take that into account as you plan your screening.

 

I am having problems with my DVD. What do I do?

We want you to have a successful viewing experience, so please inform us of any problems you experience when watching our films on DVD.

 

We recommend that you take the following steps before contacting our team:

  1. Research the DVD player model you are using to identify any compatibility issues that could be responsible for the problems you are experiencing.

  2. If you are playing the DVD on a computer, try using a different software program.

  3. Carefully examine the data (non-label) side of the disc. Often times gently wiping the surface of the disc with a clean, soft cloth or rag can remove minor dirt from the disc surface and correct the problem.

  4. If there are fingerprint marks on the CD surface, dip a soft cloth in rubbing alcohol or water and gently wipe the surface. Let the CD dry before retrying it.

 

If you still experience poor playback, make a note of what type of playback error you experienced and where on the disc it occurred (supplying the time code info from your DVD player display is best) and contact our Distribution Team. In most cases, we will immediately replace the disk free-of-charge.

What is a public performance?

According to the U.S. copyright law (Title 17, United States Code, Section 110), a public performance is any screening of a videocassette, DVD, videodisc or film which occurs outside of the home, or at any place where people are gathered who are not family members, such as in a library. Even if no admission is charged or if the screening is in a nonprofit organization or library, you need a public performance license to show a film.

SCREENING FAQs

"Based on true events, Meth Head is a really eye opening experience. Jane Clark weaves a story about meth addiction without making it solely factual and focuses mostly on the deep emotional character journeys."

 - Mae Abdulbaki, DC Examiner

STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?

Please fill out our Host a Screening Form, and someone from our Distribution team will follow up with you!