350.org Benefit Campaign, January 12-17

Now that Keystone XL is back on the front page, we’re very excited to announce a special 350 Benefit week! 

With the newly elected Senate, the northern leg is again at the top of the priority list on Capitol Hill. The story of the southern leg is the perfect introduction to what fighting Keystone XL North is going to entail.

350.org has been a fantastic and generous partner to us as we worked to complete Above All Else

Now we want to use the film to support local 350 chapters and the national group.

We are working with Tugg.com, a web-platform that connects independent films (like ours) with audiences (like you) by arranging showings at movie theaters or other private venues all over the country.

You let us know you are willing to host by requesting a screening on the Tugg website—they'll be in touch with you with the details - you, and Fiege Films, and 350.org will help spread word of your event.

How Tugg works:

How to make a Tugg event a success:

Tugg’s Promoter Walkthrough will guide you through the process of hosting a screening and getting the most out of your event.

The process is simple:

  • Tugg will help you pick the date, time, and place for your special screening.

  • The theater approves the request, and you can begin selling tickets on your personalized Event Page. Guests are invited to make donations to 350.org at the point of purchasing a ticket. 5% of total ticket sales is also returned to the host.

  • Fiege Films will be in touch about ways we can support your screening or make it into an event.
  • Sell enough tickets before the event deadline to meet the threshold costs of the screening venue. If you don’t meet this threshold, no one will be charged and your event will be called off.

  • Sit back and enjoy the movie with your community.

Thank you for supporting Above All Else!

 

 

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ABOVE ALL ELSE reveals the hidden story of how the Keystone XL pipeline battle in East Texas built a community of resistance to the climate crisis in America.