Fragile Storm is an award-winning short film told from the perspective of both a sufferer and a caregiver of Alzheimer’s Disease. The film opens in a cinematic tone giving the audience the sensation of what it’s like for the ‘confused young girl’, but as the film progresses the point of view shifts to that of the caregiver and how challenging it can be for them as well.
This LICENSE allows the film to be screened in front of a group, whether that be your organization, staff or even a home screening in front of family and friends.
**If you would like to see ALL OF OUR MATERIAL (the film and Behind The Scenes) BEFORE purchasing the LICENSE for your group, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you a FREE online screener.
Do I really need to purchase a license to show the film to my group?
Yes! Here’s the rule of thumb: if you are showing the film in front of a group (meaning more than your immediate family) in your home, or in front of a group at your organization (meaning more than one person viewing it) you are legally obligated to purchase a LICENSE for your institution or home screening. So please don’t get caught cheating—it’s really embarrassing and can even get you into trouble.
What type of groups/organizations does this license cover?
Nonprofits, businesses, senior living communities, churches, advocacy organizations, community groups, colleges of all types, public and private schools, libraries, any educational institution and home screenings.
I’d like to show the film at multiple chapters, branches, or locations of my organization. What should I do?
The LICENSE is for an unlimited exhibition at one facility. This means you can show the film as many times as you’d like at one physical location, chapter, or branch. If you’d like to show the film at multiple locations, you must purchase a separate LICENSE for each location. Please contact us about purchasing multiple kits at a discount—we offer discounts for bulk orders. For more information, contact Dawn Fields at 310-621-6299 or email@example.com.