fat salmon cinema in association with nextPix presents

a new feature film by halloran and hicks

present this movie  


We are pleased to offer an opportunity for local presenters to independently screen this film.

"Powerful new film. . . . complex, emotional and artistically challenging. . . A tour de force for Hicks."
John Griffin --The Montreal Gazette

FEE MODEL is below.
If you are interested in presenting Singing The Bones, the motion picture, in your community, please contact us directly at:

Fat Salmon Cinema, Inc.
General Delivery
Roberts Creek, B.C. VON 2W0
+1 (604) 886-3634

email: hickshalloran@dccnet.com


“Intense, emotional & courageously truthtelling. We need more in this culture.”

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FEE MODELS for screening Singing The Bones, the motion picture

In the U.S. & internationally, prices are in U.S. dollars, and payment is in U.S. dollars
In Canada, prices are in Canadian dollars, add g.s.t. on fees only

Minimum fee of $400
or 40% of the door, whatever is greater

Small screenings (under 99 people)

For professional organizations, or individuals,
the cost of a professionally mastered VHS is $275 U.S.
(plus g.s.t. for orders from Canada)
which licenses you to view the film in small groups
as often as you like without charging admission
(classes, parties, client gatherings etc )

As part of the license agreement,
purchaser agrees, for the life of the vhs,
to remit 25% of gross income received for
the screening event (includes grants, donations, admissions
and sponsorships received in connection with the screening of this film).

Purchaser also agrees to report at least once per year,
on the date, location, audience numbers and event of film
screening, as well as, if possible, viewers comments on the film.

*Presenters for ALL MODELS agree to pay return postage
or courier for DVD and a $20 cost for trailer/marketing materials

"I took my 17-year old daughter. . . I have been haunted all day . . . it was so rich in texture and deep in resonance that I'm sure I will have to see it again and again. . . . Thank you so much for sharing this quintessential subject - what wonderfully artistic interpretative gifts you have been given - bless you."
- Jane Skellett, Dorset, England
Poole Arts Centre, November 8 - 14th 2002



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