We welcome your interest!
To arrange a booking or a screening of NIGHT BRID SONG, THE INCANDESCENT LIFE OF THOMAS CHAPIN, please contact:
Abby London-Crawford, Associate Producer/Screening Coordinator at email@example.com.
Our mission is to share Thomas Chapin with the world. Your screening or booking will help us accomplish this! So we want to be helpful and make it work for you, and to keep it affordable and within your own or your organization’s goals and missions as well as budget.
Click here to view the trailer. Unless you have already seen the film, you will be asked to first view the 2 -min. trailer; this will give you an idea of what the film is about.
After viewing the trailer, you will recommend that you watch the film via an online screener. We will send you that link. We want to be sure the film is a good fit for your purposes.
We want to discuss with you the various options available — The full 150-minute showcase version? The 90-minute “made for TV/cable” version? Screening parts or part of the film, but not all? We will be happy to discuss and help you decide which is best for your screening or booking.
You should already have a screening date in mind.
All fees are negotiable and are considered tax-deductible donations to the film through Akasha, Inc., a 501 (c) (3).
-- Free — to middle and high school school programs, if they have no budget. Or $300-$500 otherwise, depending on your budget. This fee helps us to keep the film project going.
-- 50/50 Split — for bookings, when admission is charged. We encourage you to include the community, or other academic departments, in your screenings if possible.
-- Jazz Festivals — $300 - $500, depending on the budget.
-- College and University screenings — $500 first screening. $300 for additional screenings. (If your institution is able to do more, we welcome your generous support to help keep the film going.)
Screenings involving the participation of the filmmaker, the film’s co-producer or other representative attending:
1) Honorarium — we ask an honorarium of $300 - $500 per person, depending on the budget.
2) Expenses for travel and lodging would also have to be covered.
FEB.17 at 5 PM, at the Inaugural Hudson Jazz Festival at Hudson Hall, 327 Warren Street, Hudson, NY. Organized by Armen Donelian who played with Thomas Chapin. Filmmaker will do a Q&A.
FEB.17 at 7 PM, at the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival, 1750 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD. Q&A to follow by festival staff.
Litchfield Jazz Festival's Jazz Camp screening.
Pima College in Tucson, Arizona screening.
University of Kentucky at Lexington film screening and concert, featuring the music of Thomas Chapin. Grad students and faculty join guest musicians.