We are utilizing an exciting new platform, Theatrical On Demand®, to expand the release of our movie to theaters on the mainland. This means everyone in the United States can experience KULEANA on the big screen, but the movie will only Premiere in your city if someone signs up to host a screening and enough tickets are reserved in advance. Hosting an On Demand screening of Kuleana is FREE and EASY, we just need you to sign up to become a Movie Captain, then help us spread the word in your community to others who love Hawaii!

FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO RESERVE TICKETS OR HOST A PREMIERE SCREENING IN YOUR CITY
1. BECOME A MOVIE CAPTAIN AND HOST A PREMIERE SCREENING OF KULEANA

When you Click the REQUEST A SCREENING Button to become a Movie Captain you will be redirected to our Theatrical On Demand® screening request form. Filling out the form takes about five minutes and costs nothing. Once you submit the completed form you will receive a confirmation email from Gathr Films, and your Premiere screening on the day, time, and theater of your choice will be well on its way!

REMEMBER: Theatrical On Demand® screenings only happen if a minimum number of people reserve their tickets online in advance. This means that, in most cases, people can’t wait until the night of the showing to purchase tickets. Make sure to get the word out about your screening online and offline by sharing on your favorite social media platforms or putting up posters at your civic club.

2. SEARCH OUR SCREENING MAP TO RESERVE TICKETS FOR A PREMIERE SCHEDULED IN YOUR CITY

Enter your location on the map to see if there are any Premiere or Encore screenings already scheduled in your city. Each dot represents a different On Demand screening.

Select the marker on the map for the screening you wish to attend and click ‘Reserve Tickets’.

 

3. FUNDRAISE FOR YOUR FAVORITE NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Gathr Theatrical On Demand® screenings can be used as a fundraiser for charitable organizations. Host a screening of Kuleana as a way to receive donations for your Civic Club, Halau, or Church. 

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