By screening this film, you are supporting truth-telling and First Nations voices and solutions. Hosting a screening is a powerful way to bring together your community to create change.

You can choose from hosting a virtual online event, screen the film in your classroom, in your community, in your workplace – you can even host the film under the stars!

Anyone can host a screening. When you register, you’ll receive a comprehensive guide and resources to make your screening a success – and our team is here to support you along the way.

Register to Host a Screening

Community and Impact Screening

Community and Impact Screeningregister to show the film to your community or in your organisation.

Educational Screening

Educational Screening – If you’re a teacher, educator, or educational organisation you can access the film through The Education Shop. Register to show the film in your classroom with free curriculum linked education guide.

How it works

  • Register here to host a screening 
  • You will be emailed details on how to get the film and a public screening licence*
  • Set a date, plan, and promote your event using our free screening resources
  • For panels and Q&As please download our discussion guide and read our conversation guide

* There is a public license fee to screen the film – once you have registered we will let you know the cost of the licence for your individual event dependent on the number of people and the type of organisation. If you need financial assistance for the license, please get in touch.


After you have booked your screening license – we will help you plan your event.

Resources available:

    • Film Screening Guide
    • Discussion Guide
    • Digital Marketing Kit including a Social Media guide, copy and tiles to use on your social pages
    • Marketing Assets – posters, images, trailers and emails to send out to guests
    • Resources for your event – guidance on setting up your screening, sign in sheets, slides for the screen an audience survey, and more

If there is anything else you need please email us

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners whose lands we have filmed on – the Jagera, Yuggera and Ugarapul people, the Birpai People, the Wadawurrung people, the Gadigal people and the Darug people. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging as Traditional Owners and Custodians of this land.