HOST A SCREENING

Host a screening of J. Fred Woell: An American Vision at your school, gallery, museum, conference, symposium, library, or organization. Learn about Fred´s life, legacy and thought-provoking artwork illustrating his unique take on political and social satire.  Create community and spark timely conversations around art, political activism, and social issues that Fred explored through his works such as consumerism, fascism and violence.

Learn more about the director, producer and film subjects´ availability to present at your screening and hold a post-screening Q&A.  Or  contact us to discuss how to organize a successful stand alone screening of the film in your community.  

American Beauty, 2002

American Beauty, 2002

“... so important ... like digging into Fred’s brain!”
— Helen Drutt, Curatorial Consultant and Educator

Screening FAQ

How long is the film?

The film runs 51 minutes. A 33 minute educational version of the film is available for classroom use.

What film formats can you provide?

The film can be shown as a DVD, BluRay, or DCP (for theatrical screenings only)

How much does it cost to screen the film?

Screening fees vary depending on your venue and type of screening.  Our screening fee provides you with a copy of the film and your group with screening rights to conduct the event.  We will also be happy to lend you our expertise to set up the screening and advertise the screening on our website and through our social media platforms.

Can someone from the film attend my screening?

Director Richard Kane, producer Robert Shetterly  and some of the film subjects might able able to attend your event.  Appearances depend on availability and whether travel and/or accommodations can be covered by the screening host. If you’re interested, please contact us to be connected with our outreach director and to chat further about your event.

How long is the program?

If using the full length film, a program will typically lasts between 75-90 minutes including 51 minutes film plus 15-25 minutes Q&A.

The 33 minutes version is perfect to show the film as part of a class period, under one hour.