Social Impact Campaign
The Price of Everything, together with the conversations it inspires, can galvanize audiences to bring into the public dialogue the challenges today’s artists encounter in an increasingly commodified market and world—with the goal of changing these conditions so that all artists have the opportunity to thrive.
With this conviction as inspiration, and the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation as our lead partner and funder, the film team created a social impact campaign with several key components:
Screening campaign that enabled hundreds of working artists to see the film in local theaters during its theatrical release, free of charge. Many of these screenings were accompanied by structured Q/A’s about the issues the film raised for these artist audiences.
Companion viewer guide for the film, available on our website for all to use to enhance the ways the film can be considered and discussed.
Online audience response questionnaire, to enable us to gather viewer data in an ongoing way.
Links to artist professional development resources and tools—to be used in an ongoing way to help artists and those who work with them navigate today’s complex art market landscape.
If you are interested in hosting a screening, please contact the film team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Below are downloadable/printable assets to help ensure that each screening is easy to organize, successful as an event, and has ongoing audience impact!
Online audience response questionnaire.
Postcards (download) for audience distribution prior to or after screening. Postcards contain links to film website and artist professional development tools.
Screening evite, (download) incorporating film's title art, that can be customized with specific details.
Email flyer (download), containing trailer and website link, for promoting film to audiences
Online artist professional development resources and tools (see below).
If you are interested in hosting a screening, please contact the film team at email@example.com