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Universities and colleges are the perfect place to screen "Hard To Believe", have it available in their libraries and be used in classrooms.
How to get "Hard To Believe" broadcasting on your local public television station in America.
Film Festivals are great ways to reach an existing audience because the festival organizers do their own promotion and we can supplement that with our own additional promotion.
“Hard To Believe” is very suitable for being screened in hospitals to their staff and management because of the style of the film and because it has positive recommendations from medical and ethical professionals.
Conferences on ethics, bioethics, medicine, transplantation, human rights, political studies or Asian studies, are great events to screen the "Hard To Believe".
“Hard To Believe” is a good length and style for TV broadcast on current affairs, news, documentary, or education programs or channels.
Host a screening at your local library and/or ask them to purchase the film to make it available for borrowing.
Contact media when a screening or other event related to organ harvesting is in your area.
Questions you may be asked at screenings or when introducing the film.
Invite influential members of society, such as doctors, lawyers, ethicists, academics, politicians to a screening.
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