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Publishing videos online is a great way to make content available to a wide audience. But sometimes you can't rely on internet access: poor connectivity, lack of access and censored network connections are common obstacles. Additionally, key...
 Evaluate the success of the screening. Did you get your expected number of guests? Was there a lively discussion? Did the media cover your event? Remember that you don't need huge numbers. Screenings which have small audiences but engaging...
 One day before the screening, check that all audio and visual equipment are working with the film that you're going to show. Ensure that guests can see and hear the film from any location within the space. Ensure that you've placed...
 Design a poster/flyer which includes: film name, date and time, location and address, admission cost (if any), organisers and sponsors, and a website URL. It is recommended that design should have an attention-grabbing central image and use...
Identify Who will be at the Screening  One of the first things you will need to ask yourself in organising your screening is 'who is the screening for?', followed by 'what do I want to get out of this screening?'.Perhaps you simply want to...
Organising film screenings is a very good way to raise awareness on issues and to get people involved in a social movement. Screenings is one of the best ways to expand the reach of your film or videos, especially for audiences that do not have...

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