Host a Screening

We have to applaud Michael Collins for making a film that genuinely will move you to tears

Steve Copian

Unseen Films

We invite you to share the Almost Sunrise message of hope with your community. Together we can make a difference!

In the midst of a crisis, Almost Sunrise gives unprecedented access to the lives of two young men returning from war, prompting urgent and necessary national conversation about the way we treat war wounds. Your screening of Almost Sunrise is an opportunity to engage members of your community in a transformative and enriching experience that draws empathy and seeks to unify the civilian-military divide.

Community screenings are now available for a multitude of venues including, but not limited to, schools, libraries, faith-based institutions, corporations, nonprofits, museums, hospitals and government institutions. We provide screening guides and tool-kits to fit your audience to maximize engagement and provide a strong foundation for your screening to meet its fullest potential.


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What a triumph! The film was the focal point at the conference for social workers in the military.

Ben Sher

Military Social Workers Conference Director, NYU Silver School of Social Work

Finally, a conversation between civilians and veterans that is honest and real in moving us towards healing.

Dr. Yvette Branson

VA New York Harbor, Resilience Center for Veterans & Families

It is a must see for all of America, and a can’t miss for all of those who served.

Captain Jack Lea

Executive Director, National Conference on Ministry to the Armed Forces (NCMAF)

This is the first time in my life that I feel like I've been a witness to a catharsis.

Captain William Nash

MD Director of Psychological Health, U.S. Marine Corps

This film will help to save lives!

Brian Kinsella

Co-founder of Stop Soldier Suicide

Screening Kits

We will provide you with the digital resources you need to succeed, including postcards and mini-posters to publicize your event, as well as invitations and other information that you can send out by email.

Our screening kits include:

  • DVD or Digital File (95min & 60min versions)
  • Printable postcards & posters
  • Host-a-screening tips and guidelines
  • Links to all of the film’s digital resources
  • Lesson plan & discussion guides
  • Moral Injury Curriculum

Make the event especially memorable by inviting one of our featured experts to appear either in person or via Skype for a question-and-answer session following a screening.


College campuses, corporations, organizations, faith-based groups, and institutions have successfully used Almost Sunrise in their events as a powerful tool to inspire participants to understand and explore evidence-based solutions for Moral Injury, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), breaking the stigma around mental health and helping with the veterans’ transition.

Here are some ways you can use the film:

  • Show the film in the classroom and engage your students with a positive and fun perspective on aging. You can show the entire documentary or specific clips to illustrate points in your curriculum.
  • Add the film to your events calendar and invite the community to join the discussion.
  • Add the film to your library’s collection and make it available to everyone


As independent filmmakers, we rely on your support for us to keep on producing great documentaries and offering them to the public. We offer a tiered licensing and pricing system to make the film accessible to all types of organizations.

Make sure you are purchasing the appropriate license for your institution. We review all purchases to confirm correct licensing.


A great way to support the campaign and directly impact the lives of veterans is to donate screening kit to individuals or organizations. LEARN MORE