All DVDs may be shown publicly to audiences of any size, including non-internet broadcast audiences, for non-profit educational purposes. In fact, we encourage those who have seen the films to approach their public access, PBS or other television stations and ask them to show it.
They may NOT be shown over the Internet or within intranets.
They may be shown in whole or in part, but may not be duplicated in whole or in part, edited, transformed, altered, built upon or made part of another presentation.
Our films are copyrighted and not in the public domain. For more information, click here.
We do not give permission to anyone to make copies of the DVD. If someone tells you they have permission, please contact us.
If you are showing Eating or Healing Cancer at a public forum, you can download our flyers, which are in .PDF format.
Download the Eating flyer (< 1 MB) by clicking here.
Download the Healing Cancer flyer (7 MB) by clicking here.
Download Mike's Beautiful Life (1.5 MB) by clicking here.
For PC users, right-click and choose 'Save Target As' to save it to your hard disk. If you have an Adobe Acrobat Editor, you can fill in your meeting information in the bottom box that is blank. Otherwise, you can write it in.
This is part of an email we received which describes a showing of Eating, which may be helpful to those wanting to put on a show.
"WOW! It was unbelievable! We had over 100 people show up to our fundraiser. After the film was over, about 30 people stayed around and talked and asked questions and ate free samples of fake meats and soy/ice/almond milks, etc...that had been donated by our local grocery stores. Before the movie, I decided not to put out handouts and books. I did it during the film, so that when people came out, they came on to the resource table where we had our cook books and our table full of free literature. There was SO MUCH excitement and energy in the theater lobby area. It felt like we changed a lot of lives and a lot of diets. It was enormously successful. Andy helped me and my students set up and break down, and he was also very engaged in talking to people and answering questions. He thought it was incredible! It is a great film to see on a big screen."
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