HAVE A SCREENING IN YOUR AREA

~Get STICKY at a Theater Near You~

Here’s how it works…

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Fill Out Request Form

Fill out the request form to pick the date, time, and place of the screening.

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Theater Approval

The theater must approve the request before tickets are sold.

 

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Promote & Sell Tickets!

Sell enough tickets before the event deadline to confirm screening. If the "Threshold" or minimum tickets needed to be sold is not met no one gets charged, and the event is called off.

 

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Watch The Show!

Sit back and enjoy the movie!

 

Get Started Now…

STEP 1. SUBMIT REQUEST (10 minutes)

                     Host a Screening

  • Fill out the Event Request Form

    • Tip: Select from participating theaters for a quicker event approval. 
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    • Tip: Your ideal event date is 5-7 weeks from today. Give Yourself enough time to promote your event! Weekdays are preferred after 5:30pm. 
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    • Tip: Get creative - Add a Fundraising, Merchandise, or Sponsors to make your event special. 
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STEP 2 CONFIRM DETAILS

You’ve submitted your Event Request… Now what?

Confirming Details (4-5 business days):

The Promoter Point Person will contact you and finalize the vent details.

Theater Approval (1-2 weeks):

We check to make sure the theater is ok with your preferred date.

Note: If your date is rejected, we will propose another option.

 

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STEP 3 PROMOTE SCREENING

Confirm your event by selling enough tickets (usually 60-90 at $9-12 each) to meet Threshold. The Promoter Game Plan will guide you toward a sold out event!

Once your event is approved by the theater, your Promoter Point Person will create the Event Page where you’ll sell tickets.

Example link: https://www.tugg.com/events/4236

You’ll have until the Event Deadline - generally about one week prior to your event - to meet your Threshold.

Use the Promoter Messaging feature to thank and encourage our attendees to share your Event Page link. 

When your event meets Threshold, continue to promote and sell tickets until you reach that illustrious “Sold Out” banner on your Event Page!

Check out the Preparing For Your Event Guide

 

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HELPFUL TIPS

You’ve submitted your Event Request… Now what?

Screen Shot 2016-02-27 at 6.19.09 PMThese templates and documents will help you meet Threshold

*Sticky Promoter Tool Kit - art work from the Sticky team to help you promote.

*Promoter Game Plan - A step-by-step guide to meeting Threshold.

*Introduction to Promoting Your Screening - Get started with Promoting tips and tricks.

*Outreach Template - Friends and Family - Ask your friends and family to attend and spread the word.

*Outreach Template - Community Organizations - Ask local organizations and non-profits to attend and spread the word.

* Social Media Outreach Guide - Sample Facebook and Twitter post.

* Creating Your Facebook Event Guide - Set up a Facebook Event for your Tugg screening.

* Sample Press Release - Contact local media outlets about your newsworthy event.

* Tugg Tools - Learn who to message attendees and track outreach success.

 

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Newsweek

...takes the revolutionary stance that touching yourself is not a cause for moral repulsion...

Zach Schonfeld
Journalist / Newsweek

The Daily Dot

The Internet may not always aid in demystifying our sex lives (and sex drives), but with resources like 'Sticky' readily available, opportunities for sex-positive education and personal growth may be more plentiful than ever.

Carrie Nelson
Journalist / The Daily Dot

The Daily Beast

For a subject that is, as Tana observes, 'so hard to talk about,' it is never a dull one.

Samantha Allen
Journalist / The Daily Beast

Afrossip

This movie will open our minds and could be considered a must for educational purposes.

Dr. Jean-Luc Bourbeau
Journalist / Afrossip

Sexpert.com

Educational, entertaining and 'gripping' movie...

Anka Radakovich
Sex Columnist, Sex Educator, Sexologist / Sexpert.com

The Black Pomegranate

When we first saw the trailer for Sticky: A (Self) Love Movie, it caught our full sex geek attention.

MrBLK

IndieWire

dares to have the courage to take on one of the last remaining taboos

Mike Lown
Journalist / IndieWire

Wired Italy

Sticky: A (Self) Love Story, il documentario che cerca di fare luce su una pratica che, paradossalmente, è ancora tabù

Lorenzo Fantoni
Giornalista, videogiochi, feticci nerd e affini / Wired Italy

GQ Mexico

...un diálogo perfectamente balanceado de datos científicos y humor audaz sobre las distintas perspectivas que acompañan desde hace generaciones a la autosatisfacción erótica.

IVÁN HERNÁNDEZ
Periodista / GQ Mexico

New York Magazine

...offers a cultural history of masturbatory shame — and explains why Pee-wee Herman is an American hero.

Allison P. Davis
News Correspondent / New York Magazine

Brazen Women

From the history of the vibrator to the news that harmless sex toys are banned in Alabama, you’ll learn everything you didn’t know about masturbation from more than 60 celebrities, sexologists, educators, authors, lawmakers, religious figures and entertainers.

Bustle

While the documentary discusses heavy topics like sexual shame and suicide, you find that you can easily keep watching because it somehow remains lighthearted overall.

RACHEL SANOFF
Journalist / Bustle

Red Carpet Crash

...bringing the topic out of the shadows and trying to make it more mainstream.

Bradley Smith
Journalist / Red Carpet Crash

Slant News

All jokes aside, sex education is taught in schools across America, but the real education is taught outside of class by students' peers. Even the great comedy classic 'American Pie' addressed the stigma of self-pleasure. Who does it more? Who's better at self-love? 'Sticky' answers all these questions and more.

Geneva Relft
Journalist / Slant News

Movie City News

...might I recommend a screening of Sticky: A (Self) Love Story as an alternative form of therapy?

Gary Dretzka
Movie Reviewer / Movie City News

Bust

The documentary is not only engrossing in its thorough research, it is also wildly entertaining and thought-provoking.

Maggie Stamets
Journalist / Bust

BugleMag.com

...everything you didn’t know about masturbation in one stimulating documentary!

BugleMag.com

Folha De S.Paolo

"A seriedade do assunto, contudo, não impede que o tom do filme tenha lá seus momentos de humor..."

Guilherme Genestreti
Jornalista / Folha De S.Paolo

Salon.com

...an ambitious film that’s sure to spark giggles and flushed cheeks wherever it’s screened...

Philip Eil
Freelance Writer / Salon.com

Brooklyn Magazine

"Entertaining, informative, illuminating, and thorough."

Natalie Rinn
Journalist / Brooklyn Magazine

Uproxx

"Breaks down the taboos of masturbation..."

Chloe Schildhause
Journalist / Uproxx