So you want to host your own screening of The Calling?

Well you've come to the right place, because we'd love to help you make it happen. On this page you'll find all the information you'll need to get you started.  

Screening Versions

The Calling is available for screenings and events as a four-hour mini-series or a 85-minute "Engagement" version. The four-hour mini-series features all seven characters from The Calling PBS broadcast, while the Engagement version features four of the series subjects: Shmuly Yanklowitz, an activist and student at Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School in Riverdale, New York; Tahera Ahmad, an outspoken young Muslim scholar, schoolteacher, and student in Hartford Seminary’s Muslim Chaplaincy program in Connecticut; Steven Gamez, a Tejano (Texan/Mexican), born and raised on San Antonio’s West side, who entered the Catholic seminary in the hopes pastoring to the undeserved in his home community; and Rob Pene, a Samoan, studying at the Haggard School of Theology and working with a Presbyterian Minister in an upper-middle-class Los Angeles church, while mentoring at-risk teenage boys.

We offer screening packages for both versions of the film. Makes sense? Great, let's move on. 

Step one : Contact Us

Step one is contacting us and letting us know if you're interested in hosting a screening. We'll help you, it's why we're here. Just make sure you select "Screening request" as the subject heading.

You can contact us here.

Step two : Toolkit

Step two is to go through the handy dandy planning toolkit and checklist we've made with help from our partners at Active Voice. There’s a lot of helpful advice on this toolkit list and if you have questions about any of it, don’t hesitate to contact us.  We’ll help you through the process.

You can download the toolkit here.

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