Just Vision's films (My Neighbourhood, Budrus, Encounter Point and Home Front) have reached millions and our team has engaged audiences across the globe. We welcome the opportunity to work with you to organize an event with your university, faith-community or organization. See below to learn more about our screening guidelines by film.

Each of our films have downloadable discussion guides that offer in-depth background, discussion questions and supplemental resources. Reviewed by experts, educators and scholars, these discussion guides were developed to support facilitators, educators and audiences seeking to engage in a discussion around key themes raised in each film.

 


Invite a Just Vision Speaker for Your Event

Contact screenings@justvision.org to invite a Just Vision speaker to lead a Q&A after a screening and/or host a workshop around nonviolence and peacebuilding. When our team is not able to physcially be in attendance, Skype Q&As can also be arranged for a modest fee.

 

My Neighbourhood

If you are organizing a screening of My Neighbourhood, please read the guidelines provided below and download the My Neighbourhood Discussion Guide and FAQ for background information about the film, discussion questions by theme and additional resources.


If you are in the Occupied Palestinian Territories or Israel:

Just Vision is committed to providing our films for free to Israeli and Palestinian audiences in the region. Please contact our East Jerusalem office at jerusalem@justvision.org for more information about organizing a screening and obtaining a DVD.

If you are in the US or Canada:

There are several ways to organize a My Neighbourhood screening, whether it be in your home, school or community. Please see the appropriate option below and contact us at screenings@justvision.org with any additional questions you may have. If you are organizing a screening of My Neighbourhood independently of Just Vision, please emailing screenings@justvision.org with event details (including date, time and location) and we will add your screening to our events calendar and help get the word out.

For personal use, purchase the My Neighbourhood Home DVD ($20) at Just Vision's online store. Home DVDs of Budrus are not licensed for public screenings and events. 


Campus and Community Screenings

My Neighbourhood is currently in the midst of it campus and community campaign across the US and Canada. If your organization or university library already owns a My Neighbourhood Educational DVD, you are free to use it to host a screening so long as no admission is charged. If you are independently hosting a screening, Just Vision encourages you to supplement your screening with a facilitated discussion or conversation to ensure that the event is constructive and accessible to as broad an audience as possible. The My Neighbourhood Discussion Guide may be a helpful reference when planning the discussion portion of the event. To invite a Just Vision speaker for your event, please see below.

If your university or organization does not yet own a Budrus Educational DVD, purchase the film online through our online store ($150). The Educational DVD includes both My Neighbourhood and Home Front: Portraits from Sheikh Jarrah. For groups with limited budgets, discounts on the full institutional rate may be available. Contact dvd@justvision.org for more information.

The Educational DVD of My Neighbourhood is not permitted for use if one is charging admission for the screening. For more information about paid admission screenings, please contact screenings@justvision.org.

For all other locations:

Please write to us directly at screenings@justvision.org to arrange a screening.

 

Home Front: Portraits of Sheikh Jarrah

The film series is available online. To order a DVD ($15) please visit Just Vision's store. If you are planning on organizing a screening, please review the guidelines below and download the Home Front Discussion Guide and FAQ for background information about the film and framing questions by portrait. 

Just Vision holds large screenings and Skype discussions around Home Front. To find events in your area, or ones that you may join online, please visit our events calendar.

If you are in the Occupied Palestinian Territories or Israel:

Just Vision is committed to providing our films for free to Israeli and Palestinian audiences in the region. Please contact our East Jerusalem office at jerusalem@justvision.org for more information about organizing a screening and obtaining a DVD.

If you are in the US or Canada:

You can stream the film series online and the Home Front DVD ($15) can be purchased at Just Vision's store or by emailing dvd@justvision.org. Please see the appropriate option below and contact us at screenings@justvision.org with any additional questions you may have. If you are organizing a screening of Home Front independently, please emailing screenings@justvision.org with event details (including date, time and location) and we will add your screening to our events calendar.

To host your own screening of
Home Front
in any public community or campus setting, stream the film online or purchase the DVD. We encourage you to supplement your screening with a facilitated discussion or conversation, to ensure that the event is constructive and accessible to as broad an audience as possible.The Home Front Discussion Guide may be a helpful reference when planning the discussion portion of the event. 


For all other locations:

Please write to us directly at screenings@justvision.org to arrange a screening.


Budrus

If you are organizing a screening of Budrus, please read the guidelines provided below and download the Budrus Discussion Guide and FAQ for background information about the film, discussion questions by theme and additional resources.


If you are in the Occupied Palestinian Territories or Israel:

Just Vision is committed to providing our films for free to Israeli and Palestinian audiences in the region. Please contact our East Jerusalem office at jerusalem@justvision.org for more information about organizing a screening and obtaining a DVD in English, Arabic or Hebrew.


If you are in the US or Canada:

There are several ways to organize a Budrus screening, whether it be in your home, school or community. Please see the appropriate option below and contact us at screenings@justvision.org with any additional questions you may have. If you are organizing a screening of Budrus independently, please emailing screenings@justvision.org with event details (including date, time and location) and we will add your screening to our events calendar and help get the word out.

For personal use, purchase the Budrus Home DVD ($24.99) at Just Vision's online store. Home DVDs of Budrus are not licensed for public screenings and events. 


Campus and Community Screenings

Budrus has been screened at dozens of campuses and communities across the US and Canada. If your organization or university library already owns a Budrus Educational DVD, you are free to use it to host a screening so long as admission to the film screening is free. If you are independently hosting a screening, Just Vision encourages you to supplement your screening with a facilitated discussion or conversation to ensure that the event is constructive and accessible to as broad an audience as possible. The Budrus Discussion Guide may be a helpful reference when planning the discussion portion of the event. To invite a Just Vision speaker for your event, please see below.

If your university or organization does not yet own a Budrus Educational DVD, purchase the film online through Ro*Co Educational ($295). Use ‘justvision’ as the checkout code to ensure that proceeds from your purchase are applied towards Just Vision's community engagement in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Israel. The Educational DVD includes both the full-length 82-minute and 58-minute versions of the film. For groups with limited budgets, discounts on the full institutional rate may be available. Contact dvd@justvision.org for more information.

The Educational DVD of Budrus is not permitted for use if one is charging admission for the screening. For more information about paid admission screenings, please contact screenings@justvision.org.


If you are in the UK:

Please contact Dogwoof Films, our distributors in the UK for information on community screenings.

If you are in Australia:

Please contact Gil Scrine at Antidote Films at gil@antidotefilms.com.au for more information on local screenings.

For all other locations:

Please write to us at screenings@justvision.org to arrange a screening.


Encounter Point

If you are organizing a screening of Encounter Point, please read the guidelines provided below and download the Encounter Point Discussion Guide and FAQ for background information about the film, discussion questions by theme and additional resources.

If you are in the Occupied Palestinian Territories or Israel:

Just Vision is committed to providing our films for free to Israeli and Palestinian audiences in the region. Please contact our East Jerusalem office at Jerusalem@justvision.org for more information on getting a DVD and organizing a screening.

If you are in the US or Canada:

There are several ways to organize an Encounter Point screening whether it be in your home, school or community. Please see the appropriate option below and contact us at screenings@justvision.org with any additional questions you may have. If you are organizing a screening of Encounter Point independently, please emailing screenings@justvision.org with event details (including date, time and location) and we will add your screening to our events calendar and help get the word out.

For personal use, purchase the Encounter Point Home DVD ($20) at Just Vision's online store. Home DVDs of Encounter Point are not licensed for public screenings and events.


Campus and Community Screenings

Encounter Point has been screened at dozens of campuses and communities across the US and Canada. If your organization or university library already owns a Encounter Point Educational DVD, you are free to use it to host a screening so long as there is no admission charged. If you are independently hosting a screening, Just Vision encourages you to supplement your screening with a facilitated discussion or conversation to ensure that the event is constructive and accessible to as broad an audience as possible. The Encounter Point Discussion Guide may be a helpful reference when planning the discussion portion of the event. To invite a Just Vision speaker for your event, please see below.

If your university or organization does not yet own a Encounter Point Educational DVD, purchase the film online through Typecast Releasing. The DVD includes additional and extended scenes, the trailer, a short film about Palestinian, Israeli, American and Emirate audience reactions to the film, and Hebrew, Arabic or English audio commentary from filmmakers and film subjects. You have an option of purchasing either the 52-minute Educational DVD of the film ($195) or the full-length 85-minute version ($350). For groups with limited budgets, discounts on the full educational/institutional rate may be available. Contact dvd@justvision.org for more information.

Educational DVDs of Encounter Point are not permitted for use if one is charging admission for the screening. For more information about paid admission screenings, please contact screenings@justvision.org.

 

For all other locations:

Please write to us directly with screenings@justvision.org to arrange a screening.