How do we arrange to host a screening of the NZMFF National Tour?
NZMFF National Tour shows are organised directly between the local host and the NZMFF. The NZMFF will usually provide the films on Blu-Ray DVD or Hard Drive, plus promotional material and flyer design files for the local host to get printed if they wish. It is then up to the local host to arrange the screening directly with a suitable venue. Ticket sales, less the licence fee and venue costs then become fundraising income for the host/club. A further benefit of hosting a National Tour screening, is the opportunity for you to offer a free screening of the NZMFF FMC School Tour to a local school.
If you or your club would like to become a NZMFF National Tour host, then contact the NZMFF directly to register your interest. email@example.com
How do we arrange a free screening of the NZMFF FMC School Tour?
Once you have arranged to be a local host for the NZMFF National Tour, you can approach a local school and work with them to arrange a free screening at school. If you are unsure of which school to approach, then contact us; firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll try to put you in touch with a local school with FMC Associate Membership.
There is no prescribed format for the School Tour; films could be shown to the whole school at assembly, interested individuals during lunchtimes, or to classes during the day. It is up to the school to decide what suits them. The only requirement is that the free school tour screenings are arranged in such a way that only students and teachers can attend, and that the copyright of the original film makers is respected.
We want to help with the School tour, but there’s already someone else hosting a national tour.
If there’s already a local representative, you can contact them if have a school in mind. Details of local representatives are on the NZMFF website. There’s no practical limit to the number of schools where the tour can be shown. The only requirement is that the free school tour screenings are arranged in such a way that only students and teachers can attend, and that the copyright of the original film makers is respected.