BURN isn't just about Detroit. BURN has become a tool firefighters all over the country are using to show local civilians, voters, and politicians how budget cuts can threaten public safety. Smart and proactive school, community organizations and firefighter groups are putting together screenings as a way to inform their communities about the vital work firefighters do. Once people see BURN, they want to know what they can do to support their first responders! If you'd like to book a screening of BURN for a private screening, community awareness event or fundraiser, please contact us via the form below. Thanks so much!

LEGAL NOTE: Your copy of BURN, whether rented or purchased, is intended for personal, private, home use only, and may be shown in the home to “a normal circle of family and its social acquaintances,” because such showings are not considered “public.”

All other public performances of BURN are illegal unless they have been authorized by the filmmakers.

Even performances in ‘semipublic’ places such as clubs, lodges, factories, summer camps and schools are ‘public performances’ subject to copyright control. Both for-profit and non-profit organizations must secure a license to show BURN, regardless of whether an admission fee is charged.

Unlicensed public performances of BURN are federal crimes and can be subject to a $150,000 penalty per exhibition.

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