Under the 72-hour option for streaming for up to 19 people, it is for all of them to be in one room at the same time.
Where group gatherings are not permitted, e.g. due to Covid restrictions,
individual purchases are required for each IP address or screen.
Unfortunatley Zoom is a poor way to show films.
This is because if the film file is large enough to relay good quality video and audio,
it is too big for Zoom to relay it without juddering and distortions,
and there is, at the moment no other consumer resource is available.
Groups may wish to have a post-viewing conversation on Zoom.
For small local groups up to 19 people, those on pensions, benefits and students, please purchase a normal one time streaming. (£4.99)
Please note that this 92 minute film is presented in 3 distinct sections of about 30 minutes each, which may make it more convenient to use as a teaching tool.
For primary and secondary state schools and public libraries showing the film or making it available to be seen by the public repeatedly during the year, we would like you to purchase license 1 per 6 months.
For private education schools, colleges and universities please use License 3.
For educational community organizations to purchase a license to show the film publicly for discussion and education, including both paying and free admission, it will cost as follows: