You can view SHOT in the next months by setting up screenings via GATHR.

See below how you can use SHOT to advocate for your community.

The VOD and other distribution avenues start on December 5th.

 "A beautiful powerful movie with great performances.  I was shocked at the end."

William Friedkin, director of The French Connection and The Exorcist.

 "A beautiful powerful movie with great performances.  I was shocked at the end."

William Friedkin, director of The French Connection and The Exorcist.

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Here's where you get to use our film to ignite a cultural shift. We all want to reduce gun violence in America. This movie is part of that effort.

Customize a screening event at a theatre near you to make it special for your own community. Start with an introduction, and after the screening, organize a panel and advocate for change. Hosting a screening is FREE and EASY.

HOST YOUR OWN SCREENING

Here's where you get to use our film to engage your community in discussions about gun violence in America and ways to deal with it. Whether a gun owner or advocating changes to gun laws, we all want to reduce gun violence in America.

This powerful film is a part of that effort.

 Simply click “Captain It!” below to host one in your town. Fill out the form (5 minutes, Free) and you will receive the information from GATHR and you are on your way to making a difference. Customize a screening event at a theatre near you to make it special for your own community. Start with our own introduction, and after the screening, organize a panel.
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PURCHASE TICKETS

Find a Screening Near You: Check the map to the left to see if there’s an existing showing of the film in your city. If so, reserve your tickets today. If there isn’t a screening near you and want just to attend, then sign up to be notified when someone else schedules a screening nearby. We are building a movement together to end gun violence.

PROMOTE YOUR SCREENING!

Once your request has been approved, you’ll get an email confirming you as a Movie Captain, and you’ll get a link to begin promoting the specifics of your screening. This step is important. You will need to actively promote your screening to gather your community.

Remember, Theatrical On Demand® screenings can only happen when we reach our ticket goals and the screenings have “tipped”. Your credit card will not be charged until that time. Whether you host your own event or support another, get involved and spread the word—social media, email, texts and phone calls.

If you have any questions regarding your Theatrical On Demand® screening, please email: community@gathr.us.

FUNDRAISE WITH A SCREENING

GATHR can help set up fundraising for any local non-profit, as long as they have have official non-profit tax status! To set up fundraising, GATHR can add an extra line-item in the checkout screen, giving people the option to donate any dollar amount they see fit alongside their ticket purchase. As long as your screening tips, we can collect donations for your beneficiary!

FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES

If you want screenings to happen outside of theaters, we can set SHOT up on GATHR’s Shopify page and/or gathred.us and provide via Public Screening Licenses where we send a DVD or Bluray of SHOT.

If you have any questions regarding your Theatrical On Demand® screening, please email: community@gathr.us.

REQUEST A SCREENING

EXPERIENCE SHOT AND SAVE LIVES

Here's where you get to use our film to ignite a cultural shift. We all want to reduce gun violence in America. This movie is part of that effort.

Customize a screening event at a theatre near you to make it special for your own community. Start with an introduction, and after the screening, organize a panel and advocate for change. Hosting a screening is FREE and EASY.

HOST YOUR OWN SCREENING

Here's where you get to use our film to engage your community in discussions about gun violence in America and ways to deal with it. Whether a gun owner or advocating changes to gun laws, we all want to reduce gun violence in America.

This powerful film is a part of that effort.

 Simply click “Captain It!” below to host one in your town. Fill out the form (5 minutes, Free) and you will receive the information from GATHR and you are on your way to making a difference.
Customize a screening event at a theatre near you to make it special for your own community. Start with our own introduction, and after the screening, organize a panel.
Just press the button.





PURCHASE TICKETS

Find a Screening Near You: Check the map to the left to see if there’s an existing showing of the film in your city. If so, reserve your tickets today. If there isn’t a screening near you and want just to attend, then sign up to be notified when someone else schedules a screening nearby. We are building a movement together to end gun violence.

PROMOTE YOUR SCREENING!

Once your request has been approved, you’ll get an email confirming you as a Movie Captain, and you’ll get a link to begin promoting the specifics of your screening. This step is important. You will need to actively promote your screening to gather your community.

Remember, Theatrical On Demand® screenings can only happen when we reach our ticket goals and the screenings have “tipped”. Your credit card will not be charged until that time. Whether you host your own event or support another, get involved and spread the word—social media, email, texts and phone calls.

If you have any questions regarding your Theatrical On Demand® screening, please email: community@gathr.us.

FUNDRAISE WITH A SCREENING

GATHR can help set up fundraising for any local non-profit, as long as they have have official non-profit tax status! To set up fundraising, GATHR can add an extra line-item in the checkout screen, giving people the option to donate any dollar amount they see fit alongside their ticket purchase. As long as your screening tips, we can collect donations for your beneficiary!

FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES

If you want screenings to happen outside of theaters, we can set SHOT up on GATHR’s Shopify page and/or gathred.us and provide via Public Screening Licenses where we send a DVD or Bluray of SHOT.

If you have any questions regarding your Theatrical On Demand® screening, please email: community@gathr.us.

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Mark and Phoebe are in the midst of a breakup. Miguel, a bullied teenager, gets an illegal gun and accidentally shoots Mark.  In real time we experience the consequences of getting shot.  Using multiple screen techniques, we viscerally go through everything the couple goes through, and at the same time we see how Miguel tries to avoid getting caught.  The story tracks the events of what the medical profession calls "the golden hour",  with all members of EMT's and ER teams attempting to save Mark's life.  We share Marks shock, pain, anger, fear, humor, guilt, grief and desire for vengeance and potential redemption, and we watch how this all affects his troubled relationship with his wife.  We also track the struggles Miguel has facing the responsibility for the shooting.  After that hour of terror, we discover these three characters 5 months later and experience how their lives have been turned upside down, leading to a confrontation with the three of them when Miguel asks for forgiveness for what he did and Mark, paralyzed and embittered, considers revenge.

Mark and Phoebe are in the midst of a breakup. Miguel, a bullied teenager, gets an illegal gun and accidentally shoots Mark.  In real time we experience the consequences of getting shot.  Using multiple screen techniques, we viscerally go through everything the couple goes through, and at the same time we see how Miguel tries to avoid getting caught.  The story tracks the events of what the medical profession calls "the golden hour",  with all members of EMT's and ER teams attempting to save Mark's life.  We share Marks shock, pain, anger, fear, humor, guilt, grief and desire for vengeance and potential redemption, and we watch how this all affects his troubled relationship with his wife.  We also track the struggles Miguel has facing the responsibility for the shooting.  After that hour of terror, we discover these three characters 5 months later and experience how their lives have been turned upside down, leading to a confrontation with the three of them when Miguel asks for forgiveness for what he did and Mark, paralyzed and embittered, considers revenge.

"I was very moved. It's both intimate in its storytelling and powerful in making a statement."

Michelle Satter, Director, Feature Film Program., Sundance Institute.

"I was very moved. It's both intimate in its storytelling and powerful in making a statement."

Michelle Satter, Director, Feature Film Program., Sundance Institute.

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