Host a Screening
We’re getting requests from all over the world to screen Ride the Divide for bike clubs, events, fundraisers, schools and other organizations. We want anyone to be able to bring this film to their community, so we’ve developed a way for you to host your own screening.
The “host a screening” package includes a one-time public license to screen the film (DVD or blu-ray), 5 retail ready DVDs, a marketing kit with customizable PDFs and four 24×36 official movie posters.
Here’s how it works:
1) Buy our “host a screening” package for $295.00.
2) Find and book any location that will play a DVD or Blu-ray and you set your own ticket price.
2) Use our marketing kit to promote your screening.
3) Have fun and sell or give out the five DVDs we provide with the package.
Let us know if you’d like to talk about special opportunities for your screening. If you’re interested, the athletes in the film or the filmmakers are available to make appearances at your screenings on an honorarium basis.
Please contact us for more information or questions you have about hosting your own screening.
Host a Screenings Already Booked:
- San Francisco x2
- Tucson, AZ
- Minneapolis, MN
- Portland, OR
- Bend, OR
- Asheville, NC
- Marinette, WI
- Green Bay, WI
- Waltham, MA
- West Palm Beach, FL
- Victoria, BC, Canada
- Cambridge, MA
- Royal Oak, MI
Minneapolis, MN – See the whole story. “Last evening we put on Ride The Divide to a packed house of 533 enthusiastic cyclists/movie-goers at the Riverview Theater in Minneapolis…. And of course, thanks also to all who came out for the film last night. You helped raise just over $2300 for Erik’s charity. Well done everyone. I hope you enjoyed the night.” – Kid Riemer, Salsa Cycles
Bend, OR – “Ride The Divide screening here in Bend, OR on Tuesday was a huge success! We filled the 120 seat theater (which we’ve often done, but is not the norm), and there was much applause and great comments afterwards (and during!). Our event is in the McMenamins Old St Francis School brewpub – and the movie theater, complete with sofas, is in the former school gymnasium. Salsa Cycles donated the majority of the prizes that night and we gave free salsa and chips to everybody in attendance! We also gave away a bunch of Salsa – Adventure By BIke shirts, a couple of Ride The Divide Posters (very coveted – nice posters!) that were not already hung in the theater, a few pairs of tickets to the upcoming Bend Bicycle Film Festival, and a grand prize of a Salsa “gold” belt buckle. We charged $5 a ticket, paid to rent the theater and then donated the remaining $240 to Central Oregon Trail Alliance.” – Henry