A: Because we wanted to take a grass-roots and community orientated approach to distributing this film. Rather than hand it off to a traditional film distributor and walk away (which is how distribution for independent films is typically handled), we want to partner with motorcycle dealerships, riding groups and other organizations that are in the local communities to help us roll out this film to audiences everywhere.
A: The sponsorship fee is to cover the costs associated with us booking a local theater and administering all the support services so that the showing is turn-key and as effortless as possible.
A: Yes. On average there are 100 tickets included in these sponsorships for the sponsoring dealer or organization to hand out and disperse as they please. The exact number of tickets will fluctuate depending on theater size, location and date of screening. The rest of the tickets for the showing are then made available for public purchase.
A: Yes. Please contact us for that pricing.
A: Almost every type of theater. We have a team in place to handle the logistics of reaching out to the theater and arranging a date that works for everyone. Please note most theaters need a 4-8 week lead time to program a film into their schedule.
A: Depending on the package chosen below, there is a wide array of resources to help the sponsor promote their screening from logos and imagery for email campaigns to movie posters and other marketing materials. We want this screening to be an amazing experience for both the sponsor and the audience and we are committed to helping in every way we can.
A: The film was independently financed and no sponsorships were allowed by any group or company in the motorcycle industry during its production. This was to ensure the creative integrity of the documentary and that there would be no favoritism given to any one group.