The Film in Action

 
A round table discussion organized by Portland Community Access followed an airing of our first film "NorthEast Passage" in February of 2003.

A round table discussion organized by Portland Community Access followed an airing of our first film "NorthEast Passage" in February of 2003.

"Priced Out" is most effective when a screening is followed by an organized public discussion on the issues.

ADDITIONAL MATERIALS

Download the slide show that accompanies "Priced Out" community screenings HERE for more ideas and resources that can help inform your actions.

COMMUNITY SCREENINGS

The intent is to make “Priced Out” an engagement and educational tool for communities and organizations grappling with the issues of gentrification, revitalization, and affordable housing in cities across the country. The filmmakers hope the project will spark new conversation and thinking about the complexities of the issue and how to address them.

Since the release of "Priced Out," the filmmakers and film participants have spoken at countless small community screenings, and the film has shown in over a dozen communities across the country including Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Tulsa, and Grand Rapids, Michigan.   

The filmmakers want to work with anyone interested in hosting a screening -- please contact us. 

EDUCATIONAL AND INSTITUTIONAL LICENSING

The production currently licenses educational and institutional rights copies on a limited basis.  These licenses allow groups and institutions to own copies of "Priced Out" and show them to groups of people or even at public events.  Prices for these copies vary depending on the type of institution purchasing a license.  For more information, please contact us.