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Cost of movie license

6 years 9 months ago #171829 by Rose H
Replied by Rose H on topic Cost of movie license
Hi there,
We work with Movie Licensing USA. We offer a free Family Movie Night kit that gives you all sorts of information on how to plan this event as well as information on the licensing process.

Here's the link to the kit:
www.ptotoday.com/sfn#family-movie-night


(Oh, and the comment above about not charging admission and therefore not paying for a license is correct..You would still need a license to show the movie.)

Rose
6 years 9 months ago #171824 by Anonymous
Replied by Anonymous on topic Cost of movie license
Who did you apply for license through?
8 years 7 months ago #168256 by Mark Collins
Replied by Mark Collins on topic RE: Cost of movie license
The fact that you are not charging admission does not eliminate the need for a movie license. Visit this site for more information:

k12.movlic.com/copyright
11 years 9 months ago #160927 by Rose H
Replied by Rose H on topic Re:Cost of movie license
Hi James!

You'd need to get in touch with Movie Licensing USA at 1-877-321-1300. I'd recommend you download our fee Family Movie Night Kit. It has all the information you'd need, not only on licensing, but it has great ideas for doing a movie night.

You can download from here: www.ptotoday.com/sfn/family-movie-night

Good luck!

Rose C.
Community Manager
11 years 9 months ago #160865 by James
Replied by James on topic Re:Cost of movie license
whats the number to call them?
14 years 1 month ago #151873 by RBE PTOPRES.
Replied by RBE PTOPRES. on topic Re:Cost of movie license
Our school size has ranged from 1300 kids to 550 kids over the past 3 or 4 years and we have always paid $400.00.
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