Inlaws & Outlaws


Host a Screening

Join the hundreds of others who have used Inlaws & Outlaws to create change in their communities. We've made hosting a screening easy and very affordable (sometimes free.)

Anyone can host a screening — non-profits, schools, congregations — even individual activists determined to create change.

When you host a screening, you can:

  • Raise awareness for LGBT equalityEQ-Deal-logo-125.gif
  • Create dialogue with a community discussion
  • Sell tickets or DVDs to raise money for your cause
  • Or just bring people together for a fun movie night!

Need more info? View our downloadable Community Screening FAQ and find out how you can bring Inlaws & Outlaws to your community.


Licenses: To host a public screening, you'll need a screening license. They're affordable — sometimes even free — and available right here.

Register: Once you have your license, you need to register your event. It's quick and easy and you can do it online or over the phone.

Promote: We want your screening to be a big success, so we'll build you your own web page and give you lots of free tools to help build an audience.

Bring Inlaws & Outlaws to Your Local Theatre

Our Community Screenings (above) are intended for non-theatrical venues. But if you'd like to see the film in your local theatre, you can help us make that happen! If you, your business or your organization would like to sponsor bringing the film to your theatre, we'll work with you to make sure local organizations benefit. Just contact us and we'll get you started.

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