Screening programs to consider organizing around:
– Earth Day (now-May 1st) – Make Waves Contest
– World Oceans Day (week of June 8th) – More to come, registration open
Still planning? Check out our Planning Guide to sort out the basics like date and venue before registering your screening.
If you’re reaching out regarding programming at a film festival please complete our Festival Request Form
Yes! We’re helping hundreds of individuals, schools, community centers, clubs, churches, non-profits, museums, corporate offices and more share the film! Check out our Planning Guide for ideas on how to setup your screening or if you’re ready for next steps, fill out the Registration Form to register your event with us and ensure you have access to all our great tools!
There is no cost to share the film. We’re excited to offer FREE screening licenses to anyone interested in organizing an event, big or small.
Check out our Planning Guide for ideas on where and when to book your screening! Depending on the size of your event, you can host screenings anywhere from your living room or backyard, to classrooms and school auditoriums, office meeting rooms, aquariums, museums, and more.
No, booking the venue is up to you. Depending on the size of your event, you can host screenings anywhere from your living room or backyard, to classrooms and school auditoriums, office meeting rooms, aquariums, museums, and more.
No problem, if you indicate your event is private in the Registration Form, we’ll be sure to keep the event address private!
The film is 93 minutes.
Chasing Coral can be streamed or downloaded via iPad from Netflix.
If you don’t have a Netflix account, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial! Give it a shot, Netflix is awesome! Visit Netflix.com to get started.
If you have access to an iPad you can download the film to your iPad from Netflix. Once downloaded, you can connect your iPad to either a TV or projector using an HDMI cable, which will allow you to share the film without internet connection or worry of streaming interruptions.
When downloading to an iPad, you can select to download the film at higher quality to ensure best results for your screening.
In an effort to safeguard the film from piracy, Chasing Coral can only be shared through Netflix streaming and/or iPad download for non-commercial events.
Festival and film series screenings are handled a bit differently. Please contact us to be connected with a member of our team to chat further about your event and screening options.
Yes, Netflix offers up several language options for subtitles, including: English, Spanish (Neutral), French, German, Italian, Malaysian, Indonesian, and more. If needed, we are happy to provide a transcript if your desired subtitles are not available.
Yes, Netflix offers subtitled and dubbed versions in English, Spanish (Neutral), French, German, and Italian.
Yes! We’d love to share our VR experience with anyone who’s interested. You will need to provide your own VR equipment though. To learn more about our VR offering, check out our VR page.
While a requirement to share the film is that all screenings be free to the public, suggested donations are acceptable.
Yes! Upon completion of the Registration Form, our team will provide you with promotional materials to help you spread the word!
While we’d love to be at every screening, we have a Discussion Guide we’ve designed to help communities continue the conversation even when our team can’t be there in person. Cast appearances depend on availability and whether related costs can be covered by the hosting individual or organization. If you’re interested in discussing further, please contact us to chat further about your event.
At the moment, we’re focused on our community screening program, with a very limited theatrical release. If you have additional questions, please contact us to be connected with a member of our team to chat further.
Festival and conference screenings are handled a bit differently. Please contact us to be connected with a member of our team to chat further about your event.
Chasing Coral has worked with educators to develop a set of lessons to engage 6-12th grade students before and after the film and a longer-term exhibition project. We’re also pleased to offer VR to any schools with access to VR equipment. Check out our education page for more info.
We’re sad to report the coral bus is currently out of commission. But, we’ve designed a virtual suite of educational resources to help take Zack’s coral bus on the road in spirit! Check out our education page for more info.