Thank you for your interest in screening Just Vision’s latest documentary, Boycott. This page provides you with various options for organizing a screening of the film or bringing a Just Vision speaker to your event.
Boycott follows a news publisher, an attorney and a speech therapist, who, when forced to choose between their jobs and their political beliefs, launch legal battles that expose an attack on freedom of speech across America. Since its launch in 2021, Boycott has screened at top festivals around the world, in colleges across the country and with community organizers globally. We look forward to working with you to bring the film to your household, community, campus and beyond.
If you would like to screen the film in a public setting with your organization, community group or congregation we ask that you purchase a one-time community screening license.
If you are a librarian, educator, student or administrator for any type of educational institution, we ask that you purchase the educational license for Boycott.
If you would like to host a screening of Boycott in your home with friends and family, you can rent the film on Apple TV, Amazon Prime, Google Play or Vimeo on Demand. If you are interested in facilitating a discussion after the screening, we encourage you to check out the film’s Discussion Guide and other resources, including our Legislation Tracker to learn more about anti-boycott laws in your state.
If you are a distributor or sales agent interested in theatrical, broadcast, streaming, VOD or DVD rights to Boycott, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in bringing a Just Vision team member to speak at your organization’s event? Please contact email@example.com and share more information with us about your goals and the intended audience for the event.
If you are an organizer, activist, community member or interested individual looking to host a public screening of Boycott, you can purchase a one-time community screening license here (Contact us if you'd like to pay by check). Please note that communities screening Boycott cannot charge ticket fees and the film cannot be used for fundraising purposes.
After you make your purchase, you will be directed back to our website to provide more information about the screening you’d like to host. Within 72 hours, the Just Vision team will be in touch with instructions on how to access the film, a screening kit to host your own event, the film’s Discussion Guide and other resources.
Note: Proceeds from educational and community screening licenses go toward fueling Just Vision’s outreach in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Israel. We are committed to making the film as widely available as possible, so please get in touch with us if you need an adjusted screening fee based on a limited budget and we will explore what is possible.
Contact us if you are interested in hosting more than one screening of Boycott so that we can explore a package that best suits your community or organization’s needs.
If you are a librarian, professor or student at a university, college, library or other educational institution, please purchase the educational license for Boycott. Contact us if you'd like to pay by check.
The license includes rights to screen and stream the film – including Public Performance Rights (PPR) for public events – within the institution for the life of the file. This means it can be used by students and professors in the classroom, in the library and for university/college events. Students, professors or librarians cannot charge ticket fees or use the film for fundraising purposes.
Soon after you make your purchase, the Just Vision team will be in touch with instructions on how to download the film to store on your library server.
Contact us if you’d like to bring a speaker from our team to campus. If you are interested in leading your own discussion or want to include the film in your syllabus, we encourage you to utilize Boycott’s resources, most notably our Discussion Guide.
Note: Proceeds from educational and community screening licenses go toward fueling Just Vision’s outreach in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Israel.