AFTER THE FLOOD: THE CHURCH, SLAVERY AND RECONCILIATION - SCREENINGS
Since it's London Premiere on May 25 2022 After the Flood: the church, slavery and reconciliation has had more than 30 public screenings as well as 'in house' at organisational and denominational conferences and synods, charities such as Christian Aid and at a number of UK and overseas film festivals including the British Film Institute's 16th I Will Tell International Film Festival in London. Reports from several of these screenings can be read below. ‘After the Flood' is 67 minutes long and can also be licensed for use on educational courses (email for more details).
Screening 'After the Flood'. MJR are happy to provide the film as a download for public or ‘in house' screenings. This can be any host company, institution, church, organisation, or individual that can organise a venue, gather an audience and provide the necessary technology for clear video and audio (projector, screen, speakers etc... or even for a small number a big TV). For larger screenings we may be able to offer resources such as speakers for a Q&A afterwards, the MJR Exhibition and discussion materials, subject to availability. Leaflets and other publicity can be downloaded here. We can also advertise your screening on our website and social media.
We are keen to have this important film seen widely, and as easily as possible, but we need to balance that with the necessity to earn back some of what it cost to make and replenish our funds. So, while there is no fee for screenings, we will be asking for a donation, according to means. Our guidance for this is a minimum of £1 per head or £50 per showing (commercial rates start at £100). This would be additional to covering any expenses. We recommend charging for screenings to help raise revenue to cover costs. donation etc, but respect local wisdom on that decision. Eventbrite is an easy to use online ticket outlet.
Would you like to screen After the Flood?
If you like to host a showing in your town, city or church or group or for your organisation, send us an email with some details or use this form.
"This film needs to be seen by every church in the land." Comment on Twitter after the premiere of 'After the Flood' on May 25.