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TIPPING THE PAIN SCALE FILM LICENSING

With more than 107,000 overdoses in just the last 12-months the award-winning, TIPPING THE PAIN SCALE, feature documentary film is a great way to catalyze a dialog on issues surrounding addiction and our collective response to this pandemic in your community.

 

The film team at Vivifi Films has partnered with High Watch Media to offer a variety of Public Performance Rights (PPR) allowing organizations, libraries, universities, and non-profit groups to have events and exhibit the film in their communities or programs. Whether it is a screening at a college, place of worship, treatment/recovery center, jail/prison, state legislature, or a local theater we have options available to accommodate your interests. Below are the various license offerings and if you have any questions, please fill out the contact form and we will respond within 24 hours.

Feature Film Running Time: 105 Minutes  |  Character Vignettes Running Time: 15-24 Minutes Each x 5  |  Un-Rated: Resembles a softer PG-13 rating for some language and adult themes  |  Available As: Digital Quicktime File, DVD, or Blu-Ray  |  Spanish Sub-Titles Now Available

***ANY DISPLAY OF THE HOME VIDEO VERSION FOR PUBLIC VIEWINGS OR ORGANIZATIONAL USE IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED © VIVIFI FILMS LLC***

TO OBTAIN PUBLIC PERFORMANCE RIGHTS PLEASE FILL OUT THIS INFORMATIONAL FORM AND WE WILL BE IN TOUCH WITHIN ONE BUSINESS DAY:

$299 - IN-PERSON
SCREENING LICENSE

  • 1-249 people in-person screening use or single site recurring use, perpetuity license
  • Digital file and license delivery is included
  • + S&H for Physical Film Delivery DVD/Blu-Ray

$499 IN-PERSON
SCREENING LICENSE

  • 250+ people in-person screening use or single site recurring use, perpetuity license
  • Digital file and license delivery is included
  • + S&H for Physical Film Delivery DVD/Blu-Ray

$799 MULTI-SITE
SCREENING LICENSE

  • For use at up to 5 locations, perpetuity license
  • Digital file and license delivery is included
  • + S&H for physical film delivery DVD/Blu-Ray

$999 MULTI-SITE
SCREENING LICENSE

  • For use at more than 5 locations, perpetuity license
  • Digital file and license delivery is included
  • + S&H for physical delivery of DVD/Blu-Ray

$999 UNIVERSITY OR SCHOOL-
DISTRICT-WIDE DIGITAL LICENSE

  • University or school district-wide digital site license
  • Digital file and license delivery is included
  • + S&H for physical delivery DVD/Blu-Ray

$299 - SHORT-FORM CHARACTER VIGNETTES

  • Short-form segments of characters in the feature film
  • 15-24 minutes per segment (5 total + film set-up clip)
  • Digital file and license delivery is included
  • + S&H for physical delivery DVD/Blu-Ray
  • Just $99 when added on to any other license package

FILM SYNOPSIS

From the Co-Founders of High Watch Media, Tipping The Pain Scale features Secretary of Labor, Marty Walsh; NFL Pro Bowl Player, Darren Waller; Spoken Word Artist and Educator Joseph Green; WA State Representative, Lauren Davis; Community Outreach Volunteer, Roz Pichardo; and Boston Police Officer Josh De La Rosa, with Music from Sia.

The addiction crisis in America has reached a new boiling point, and courageous people – at all levels, from all walks of life – are rising to answer the call. Tipping The Pain Scale is a feature documentary film following six individuals grappling with the current systemic failures of how we have dealt with addiction in communities and their journey to develop and employ new, innovative, and often controversial solutions to the problem. It is a quasi-anthology, weaving characters through their own stories as they connect to the issues plaguing all communities and the country in an urgent fight to save lives.

High Watch Media has partnered with Vivifi Films to provide non-theatrical and educational licensing to organizations and individuals who would like to screen the film in their community, at their school, or in their institution. The film provides a platform for powerful community conversations to take place. Here is a recording of the post-film discussion at the Chicago Premiere hosted by The Health Care Council of Chicago:

 

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