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Ideal for local service providers and community groups, this license is designed to support screenings for small groups of people. Some examples of venues that would use this license are community centers, neighborhood councils, a recreational annex, churches, libraries, museums, etc. These discounted rates are available for DVD only.
With this option, no admission can be charged, however you can:
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DVD, included in the Community Screening license + shipping & handling
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Theatre owners/film buyers who wish to book the film should contact Richard Castro, VP, Distribution.
In order to screen The Advocates (or any film), a public performance license (PPR) is required. A PPR is required for any public screening event—including if at your home if invited guests extend beyond your immediate family or what is considered “personal use”--even if you have a DVD or have purchased an On Demand option. Since there is a sizable expense to produce and distribute a film, as well as to administer these programs, screening fees help to allay these costs.
Over half a million people are homeless in the United States - 25% of whom are in California.
Amid public outcry over the ballooning homeless population in Los Angeles--nearly 54,000 people on any given night--three advocates with three different organizations show what the lost ideal of “care in the community” looks like amid a changing policy landscape.
Intensely human and humanizing, The Advocates provides a sweeping look at the historic and current causes of L. A’s unprecedented crises, largely due to defunded affordable housing. It goes behind the headlines with pragmatic stories of the transformative work that is possible when the right resources, funding, and compassion are applied.
Featuring advocates Claudia Perez, Rudy Salinas, and Mel Tillekeratne, and the organizational work of LA on Cloud9, Housing Works, and Monday Night Mission with experts including: Celina Alvarez (Executive Director, Housing Works), Gary Blasi (UCLA, Professor of Law Emeritus), Jerry Jones (Inner City Law Center), Mary Kirchen (Founder, Housing Works), Steve Lopez (Columnist, LA Times), Alisa Orduna (Homeless Policy Director, Mayor Garcetti’s Office), Mark Ridley-Thomas (LA County Supervisor 2nd District), David Ryu (LA City Councilmember CD4), and Paul Tepper (Western Center on Law & Poverty).
- Closed Captions
- Photo Gallery
- Call to Action clip
- Trust clip
- Measure H clip
- Eye Contact clip
Running Time: 87 MINS
Sound Mix: Stereo, 5.1
Ratio: 16x9, HD
Language: English & Spanish, with English subtitles
Closed Captions: Available
If you are interested in retailing DVDs, a wholesale price is available by contacting email@example.com