Recieve a special screening edition Blu Ray or regular DVD of A River's Last Chance, a signed copy of Season's of The Eel hardcover book, as well as three movie posters.
Team up with a local organization for a special event. You may charge admission for 50 people or less and/or use the screening as a fundraiser for your cause of choice.
Show the film on your campus, in a classroom, or at a summer camp. It will work well for many different topics and themes, including: citizen science, social justice, environmental studies, outdoor education, engineering, law & policy, natural resource management, fisheries, ecology, river conservation, film studies, and water & health.
Encourage your library or research institution to purchase a copy for their collection. You don’t need a grand theater. Project A River’s Last Chance outdoors on a sheet, on an old sail, or on a building’s wall in your community. Let us know your ideas – big or small.
Regardless of the size of your screening audience, if you are showing A RIVERS LAST CHANCE anywhere other than in a home setting, it is considered a public screening and you must purchase the proper screening rights to avoid copyright infringement. There are three pricing tiers to select from.
After purchase, you'll receive an email so we can gather information to send you your package. Please feel free to reach out with questions!