In recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day and in partnership with NETFLIX, EVELYN Is now available for community screenings in ALL accessible countries.  

In or outside the UK, you can organise you own screening and event and promote it as much as you would like providing you do so on a one-off basis and do not charge for tickets or fundraise for the event


THE SCREENING

This means you are automatically granted an educational license from Netflix to stream Evelyn straight from the platform as soon as it is released on World Suicide Prevention Day (10th of September 2019). This can happen in any venue of your choice, from a living room, to a church, village hall or community cinema.

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For the full guidelines of Netflix's educational license please see here - https://help.netflix.com/en/node/57695

THE EVENT

‘Walk to remember, not to forget.’

In keeping with the spirit of the film, we would encourage you to combine your screenings with a walking and talking event.  

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We’d love to hear how your screening and walking event went. Please reach out to us using the contact form below with any questions you might have or with details and photos of your screening and its impact. 


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PREVIOUS UK SCREENINGS

  • Edinburgh Cameo Picturehouse

  • CityScreen York Picturehouse

  • Picturehouse @ FACT Liverpool

  • Arts Picturehouse Cambridge

  • Phoenix Picturehouse Oxford

  • Norwich Picturehouse

  • Exeter Picturehouse

  • Glasgow Film Theatre

  • Picturehouse Central, London

  • Clapham Picturehouse, London

  • Arthouse Crouch End, London

  • ICA, London

  • Dochouse Curzon Bloomsbury, London

  • Peckhamplex, London

  • Duke’s @ Komedia, Brighton

  • Rio Cinema Dalston, London

  • Ritzy Picturehouse Brixton, UK

  • Savoy Corby

  • Frontline Club, London

  • West Norwood Picturehouse, London

  • Saffron Screen, Essex

  • Genesis Cinema, London

  • Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

  • The Odyssey Cinema, St. Albans

  • Kiln Theatre Cinema, London

  • Vue Newbury

FESTIVALS

  • BFI London Film Festival (World Premiere), UK

  • Doc NYC, USA

  • Göteborg Film Festival, Sweden

  • Victoria Film Festival, Canada

  • Omaha Film Festival, USA

  • Borderlines Film Festival, UK