Q&A excerpts from San Diego Community College District
April 14, 2023
The producers of A LONG MARCH are partnering with GOOD DOCS on educational distribution for this film. This award-winning documentary is now available for rentals and sales to the following institutions:
Please visit this website for more details about buying or renting the film for use at an educational institution. Or you can contact the GOOD DOCS team. The A LONG MARCH team are available to participate in virtual and in-person campus screening events. You may also email the producers for more details.
If you’re from a non-profit organization or corporation, please contact the producers about hosting a screening of the film and/or speaking event with the filmmakers.
How can I have a screening of A LONG MARCH at a high school, college or university? In order to screen a film at an educational institution, public performance rights (PPR) must be secured. PPR permit screenings in a classroom or library when no admission is charged. Those rights can be purchased for a limited time (14 days) or permanently. There are different prices for internal screenings (for use in a class) or public screenings (open to the general public).
How can I secure public performance rights for A LONG MARCH? The filmmakers are working with a distribution company – GOOD DOCS – to handle rentals and sales to educational institutions. You can learn more details here.
How can I host a screening for a non-profit organization or private business? GOOD DOCS is only handling distribution for educational institutions. Please contact the producers for more information about screenings of A LONG MARCH for non-profit organizations and private businesses.
How much does an educational copy cost? Visit GOOD DOCS for pricing of A LONG MARCH.
Do you accept Purchase Orders (PO)? Yes. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about Purchase Orders (PO).
How can I invite the filmmakers to speak at a screening of A LONG MARCH? Please contact the producers for more information on the filmmakers’ availability.
I still have questions, how do I contact you? Send an email to us at email@example.com
a free resource
DUTY TO COUNTRY
Designed for younger learners, Duty To Country is an online education project from The Filipino Veterans Recognition and Eductaion Project. It tells the story of Filipino World War II veterans and their advocates who, together, fought for decades for their rightful recognition and benefits from the U.S government. The project features Under One Flag, an in-depth visual story, hours of oral histories, and classroom teaching resources. The Duty To Country project seeks to enshrine the stories and sacrifice of Filipino veterans in American History.
Over 1.2 million claim they served.
Fewer than 20% were added to the official roster.
Women were explicity excluded.
They still believe America will do the right thing.
A LONG MARCH shines light on past injustices to ensure history remembers all who have served under the U.S. flag.