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Follow the Youth of Destiny Arts Through a Year of Becoming FREE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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National Broadcast

Presented by KQED and American Public Television

 
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Don’t miss the national public television release of
FREE: The Power of Performance this Fall!

Due to the success of it’s regional broadcast on KQED’s Truly CA last Summer, FREE is coming to a PBS station near you!

 
 

Our national broadcast is sponsored in part by
Happiness Dividend and ArtPlace America

 
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Host a screening

Moved by the film? Want to share it with a larger audience?
THERE ARE MANY WAYS F R E E CAN BE USED IN YOUR COMMUNITY

 
  • Host a public community screening event at a local gathering place.
     

  • Use the film as a fundraiser for your organization, or your favorite arts organization.
     

  • Lead an internal group discussion or organize Q&A session with guest speakers, community leaders, the filmmakers, teens, and/or educators.
     

  • Become a F R E E Partner and help us reach audiences through event sponsorship.
     

  • Screen the film in your classroom, library or company.

 

 

Screening Kits

 

Choose between our 73-minute feature-length version, or a 56-minute “classroom” version with a comprehensive discussion guide, and three community screening kit options.

 

DISCUSSION GUIDE

Created for classroom or community use with the help of educators and the Destiny Arts Center, this 21-page guide provides a variety of ways to explore the issues in the film and the opportunity to share personal stories & ideas, to discuss the film's themes, and to engage in movement exercises taught at the Destiny Arts Center. 

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We want everyone to have access to F R E E. Please let us know if you have financial concerns. We are happy to provide community screening kits on a sliding scale.


 

Educational & Institutional Screenings

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Want to screen the film at your school, university or library?


For educational and institutional DVDs,
please visit The Video Project.

 
 
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