Island Earth has toured Hawaii, Australia, and the West Coast of the United States with screenings to packed audiences. People just like you have also been hosting their own screenings and watched the film with their friends and communities. Island Earth is now available for purchase on iTunes and Vimeo.
Island Earth is a rich tale of a young indigenous scientist's struggle for truth between science and tradition as he enters an industry that many feel is threatening his homeland. His complex journey through the corn fields of GMO companies to the loi patches of traditional Hawaiian elders reveals modern truths and ancient values that can save our future.
(2016) Dir. Cyrus Sutton
Subjects: Environment, Sustainability, Permaculture, Hawaii
Featuring: Cliff Kapono, Geoff Lawton, Malia Chun, Peter Vitousek, Dustin Barca, Dennis Gonsalves, Ashley Lukens, Nathanael Johnson, Claire Kremen, Joel Borne Jr., Tyrone Hayes, Dash Kuhr, Rebekah Kuby and Kamuela Enos
New York, NY Tuesday Jun. 27, 2017 7:00pm The Roxy Hotel Doors open 7pm, screening starts at 7:30pm. Event includes a cocktail hour, and a Q&A with filmmaker Cyrus Sutton. Free event, limited seating so please send RSVP to email@example.com
New York, NY Wednesday Jun. 28, 2017 7:00pm The Wythe Hotel Doors open 7pm, screening starts at 7:30pm. Event includes a cocktail hour, and a Q&A with filmmaker Cyrus Sutton. Tickets $15.
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Public Screening at a Theater
You can host a screening of Island Earth at the local theater of your choice in your Town!
To host, you need to put in a request with our theatrical partner Tugg and they’ll get your screening details set up.
You’ll share your Island Earth screening page with your friends and community and, if enough of them commit to reserving a ticket (usually 70-80 people), then the screening will happen. There is no cost or risk to hosting a screening but it does take some effort for you to share the event and get ticket reservations going.
To screen Island Earth to your organization you’ll need to purchase a screening license.
A screening license varies in cost depending on group size, non-profit and educational status, and whether you’re charging for tickets or not. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your particular situation. If you want to host a public screening at a local theater, please see the Public Screening option instead.