The feature-length documentary, Warehoused, explores the plight of long-term refugees through a glimpse into the lives of those living in Dadaab, Kenya, one of the world’s largest refugee camps. We see the camp's inner workings through one man's journey to do everything in his power to provide for his family. This man’s story is not unique however; it accentuates the much larger problems that long-term refugees have faced for centuries.
Film licensing can be unnecessarily complicated. We understand that educators have much better things to do than hunt down the correct license types, assure compliance, and pay ongoing royalties to keep a film in the school’s library.
That’s why we’ve abandoned the antiquated Hollywood licensing structure and created a simple and robust educational license that allows the institution to use the film for as long as they want and in any manner that they want for one flat fee.
Imagine instead purchasing the film’s license only once and getting all rights to hold the film in the library, exhibit it in classrooms, stream it through your institution’s intranet, or host and charge admission for public and student group screenings.
No additional paperwork, no ongoing royalties, no compliance issues, just a simple license.
Our simple educational license runs $350 but we’re offering institutions a limited time discount if they purchase an educational license of our newest release Warehoused. Use the coupon code: WHEDUCATORS at check out to save 30% if you order your copy today.
For only $245 you’ll receive the following:
With this one time purchase you can use the film for as long as you want, and in any manner you wish, as long as the institution is supporting the exhibition.
Remember to use the coupon code: WHEDUCATORS at check out to save 30%.