Host a Screening

Host a Screening

Interested in sharing Flying the Feathered: The Bob Hoover Project with your community? There are two options for hosting a screening in your own community and we provide everything you need to ensure it will be a success.

Flying the Feathered: The Bob Hoover Project has been embraced by theaters, schools, nonprofit organizations and corporations across the country. Thousands have already experienced this powerfully uplifting film and you can help us inspire millions more by hosting your own screening.

OPTION 1: Host a Screening at Your Local Theater with Tugg

Tugg makes it easy to bring the Bob Hoover Project to your local theater. You buy your own ticket, tell all your friends and let Tugg handle the rest.

Local Movie Theater Screenings Include:

  • Permission to Host a One-Time Film Screening at a Local Movie Theater
  • Screening Resource Kit
  • Promotion of Your Screening on the Bob Hoover Project Film Website
  • Online Ticket Sales

OPTION 2: Host an Educational or Community Screening with Tugg

If you’re interested in setting up a screening at an educational institution, museum, place of worship or other organization that meets the necessary technical requirements, you can purchase a one-time license to screen the film. One-time licensing fees are priced according to the type of event sponsor and the size of the proposed screening. Some restrictions apply.

Each Community License Fee Includes:

  • Permission to Host a One-Time Film Screening (If you want to show the Bob Hoover Project more than once, you will need to purchase a license for each screening you host.)
  • Film formats available: DVD or Blu-Ray of the Bob Hoover Project
  • Screening Resource Kit
  • Promotion of Your Screening on the Bob Hoover project film Website
  • Online Ticket Sales

License Pricing:

  • 1-120 Attendee Screening – $300
  • 121-250 Attendee Screening – $500
  • 251-500 Attendee Screening – $800
  • 501+ Attendee Screening – Please contact us for more information.

GET STARTED

Want someone to contact you about your screening? Fill out the form below.

FAQS

  1. How long is the Bob Hoover Project?
    The film is 86 minutes long.
  2. Where can I find the press kit?
    On the film’s website, or by clicking this link.
  3. Who can I contact with questions about hosting a screening?
    films@nativecollab.com
  4. If I’m affiliated with an EAA or Young Eagles Club, do I get a discount?
    No
  5. If we host a community screening, can we charge admission?
    Yes, but we ask that any proceeds you make after you recover your costs be donated to the local Young Eagles Program.
  6. Can I screen the Bob Hoover Project more than once?
    Of course! You can promote the Bob Hoover Project in the movie theater as many times as you want. If you would like to host a community screening, you will need to purchase a license for each event.
  7. I’ve still got a few more questions, who can I contact?
    We’re happy to help! Contact one of our team members

Screening Resource Kit

Click “Download the Kit” to download materials designed to help you host a successful screening!