Film Screenings

Host a film screening


We hope to spread the word about the importance of biodiversity research, ecology, nature preservation and climate change – so we are encouraging interested groups, associations, educators, scientists, governments, social entrepreneurs, and conference organizers  – to host a film screening of Every Living Thing – experiencing a bioblitz.

Through a network of promotional partners, we are making it easy to register and present a community film screening for –  awareness & education, fundraising, conferences & meetings.

UPCOMING DATES TO SCREEN THE FILM

EARTH DAY – Saturday April 22, 2017

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF BIODIVERSITY – Monday May 22, 2017

WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY – Monday June 5, 2017

CANADA’S PARKS DAY – Saturday July 15, 2017

PROMOTE YOUR FILM SCREENING


To help presenter’s successfully host and publicize their community film screening, we offer free promotional materials.

1) Use the Film Trailer to promote your film screening available here.

2) Use the Film Media Kit for publicity purposes available here.

3) Use these Writable pdf Film Posters to insert info about your film screening and then distribute – electronically or printed posters.

Option 1        Option 2         Option 3      Option 4

4) Once you have registered your community film screening, you will be given the opportunity to promote it in our calendar below.

Film Screening calendar

UNLIKE REALITY TV – THE DOCUMENTARY FILM FEATURES REAL SCIENTISTS, SPEAKING ABOUT REAL ISSUES, AFFECTING REAL PEOPLE, LIVING IN REAL COMMUNITIES!

The New Brunswick Museum’s Bioblitzes and biodiversity research are incredibly important, and the Every Living Thing documentary film does a great job of exploring the passionate people who make this a reality. We enjoyed screening the film in our community.Megan de Graaf, MScF, Executive Director, Fundy Biosphere Reserve