Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the film?
How do I get permission to show the film in my classroom or in my community?
What is expected of me if I host a screening?
How do I get a copy for a library, school, or university?
I would like to show Green Fire in my community, but my organization cannot afford to purchase the screening license. 
When can I order a copy for home viewing?

How long is the film?
There are two versions. The Director's Cut (73 minutes) and the Public Television Cut (57 minutes).

How do I get permission to show the film in my classroom or in my community?
You must purchase a public screening license to do this. All of our licensing is going through Bullfrog Films. Please see this page for more information.

What is expected of me if I host a screening?
We request that you submit a report to us on the success of each of your events as a way to help document the film’s impact and the growing reach of Leopold’s vision.

How do I get a copy for a library, school, or university?
If you represent a library or academic institution, please purchase a screening license

I would like to show Green Fire in my community, but my organization cannot afford to purchase the screening license. 
While the screening license fee helps to cover many of our direct and indirect costs in helping you to show Green Fire, we do not want it to be prohibitive to small community groups who are eager to show the film to audiences we might not otherwise reach.  We have a limited number of free screening kits available; please contact us for more information.

How can I order a copy for home viewing?
DVDs for home viewing are available for purchase through the Aldo Leopold Foundation bookstore.  The cost is $25 per DVD plus shipping.