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JUST EAT IT

 

PAY FOR A SCREENING LICENSE Campus-wide screening fees are for a one-time public screening, and are based on the number of people you expect to attend. You may charge admission and keep the proceeds to fund-raise. If you'd like to hold multiple campus screenings, contact us. These prices are for a one-time campus screening, and you will be required to return the screening DVD.

The DVD is also available for home use house party purchase, which is licensed only for home use without admission charged.
PUBLICIZE YOUR SCREENING After purchasing your screening license, your online order confirmation will contain a link to a page where you can register your event and use our online publicity. Click here to find screening resources, posters, handouts and widgets to publicize your screening.

Home Use House Party
$29.95
House party purchase for screening only with friends and family in private.
For screening in a public space, please select one of the community screening options below.

CAMPUS-WIDE SCREENINGS

Small Campus-wide Screening
1-50 people. $100
Medium Campus-wide Screening
51-100 people. $200
Large Campus-wide Screening
more than 100 people. $350
If you want to purchase JUST EAT IT for an educational institution or public library, please click HERE.

 

Regular shipping takes 7-10 days. If your screening is soon, you have the option to select expedited shipping with 1, 2 or 3 days delivery. Remember to add an additional day for processing. All shipping will be done by freight, so we will need a street address.
We accept Mastercard & Visa We accept Visa or MasterCard for immediate processing. If paying by check, please allow an additional two weeks processing for the check to clear.
Sales tax will be added to orders from California, Indiana, Pennsylvania and New York.

Questions about your order? Email orders@bullfrogfilms.com.
Questions about a community screening? Email info@bullfrogcommunities.com.

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