|Here’s a snapshot of the past few months:
- Over 7,000 viewers: We’re thrilled to have reached so many people with the film through community screenings (virtual and in person).
- 6 film festivals: We were accepted into film festivals in Denver, Vail, Black Star in Ghana, The Hague Global Cinema, Dallas International Film Festival, and Indo Global Cinema in Mumbai.
- Screened at government agencies, universities, libraries, etc.: The film has been shown at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Small Business Administration; the US embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan; at offices of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); at universities (including Yale and Rutgers) and libraries across the country. It has been shown to a Navy group and to the New Politics Leadership Academy, among other showings;
- 26 RPCV groups: Returned Peace Corps Volunteer groups have showed incredible support by hosting screenings across the U.S.;
- On March 1st, 2020, for example, the Boston Area RPCVs filled the auditorium of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library with over 500 audience members. It was our last in-person event before the pandemic, and it was spectacular.
- We’ve gone virtual: Our virtual theatrical release has continued with viewers purchasing virtual tickets from local movie theaters and streaming the film from home.;
- Many more screenings to come: Virtual and in-person screenings are being planned for the coming months. In 2021, we plan to reach millions of viewers worldwide. Join us!
- Future broadcast dates coming soon: We look forward to opportunities to get the film to millions of viewers in the 60th anniversary year!
We’ve come a long way. From the September 2019 premiere screening in Washington, D.C. at the Kennedy Center: