Raise awareness in your community. Host a public viewing of Sex+Money at your next gathering.
Whether it be your school, church, place of work, or a conference, you can catalyze a change for your network of influence.
The Public Screening License permits the owner to show the film to an unlimited number of people for an unlimited number of viewings. This license lasts one year with an option for a discounted annual renewal.
Wingclips allows you to watch educational segments of the Sex+Money documentary.
Now you can watch portions of Sex+Money for private viewing or download clips to incorporate into teaching in your classroom, church, or organization.
Screening Guides are practical tools designed to help you successfully host your own screening of the Sex+Money film and to facilitate informative, proactive discussion.
With over 80 pages of conversation topics and invaluable lessons, you will be equipped to take on the challenges that face your community as you make a stand to fight sex trafficking.
Grow together in your understanding. Share the documentary Sex+Money in your home and host a discussion that will empower your small group. Make a night of it and invite friends to join in the discussion. Be a part of the solution together.
With customized screening packets that are tailored to your type of group, you can focus on how you want to lead the dialogue towards fighting sex trafficking. (Screening Guides coming soon)
Public screening license is not required for private in home screening parties.
Inquire about inviting and hosting a member of the Sex+Money team to come to your university, church or organization, to share their experiences and help facilitate your event.Request speaker
A member of Sex+Money’s team will come to your event, speak about the film and the issue, and offer a Q+A following the documentary screening.
A Team Member from Sex+Money will come to your event, partner with your group to organize a strategic panel of local experts to facilitate a “think-tank” conversation after the screening. This discussion will cover what is being done in your area and how you can rally together strategically to make a difference. Past panels have included local survivors, local and federal law enforcement personnel, prosecuting attorneys, service providers, state representatives, and more.
Invite a Team Member Host from Sex+Money to come host a screening of the film at your church and offer a response time following the film. This response includes an open invitation to prayer and worship following the viewing of the film at your church, university, faith-based community, conference, or other event.
Reach out today to learn more!