Pandora's Promise premiered back in June, we've been getting requests from our readers asking how they might be able to engineer a screening closer to where they live. That's not a surprise, as many of the nation's nuclear energy facilities are located far from major media centers where the majority of documentary films are screened. But now it seems there's a new way to get Pandora's Promise to your town.
Earlier today we got word that the producers of the film have just signed an agreement with the team at Tugg -- a business that looks like a neat cross between Kickstarter and MovieTickets.com. By using Tugg, you can petition a theater near you to schedule a screening of a movie you're interested in. If you're able to get 100 people to commit to pay for their tickets ahead of time, the theater will schedule a screening.
What happens if you don't reach the 100 mark before the recruiting deadline? No worries, as Tugg won't charge anyone if the screening doesn't get scheduled. Sounds pretty good doesn't it? The producers have already created a Tugg page for Pandora's Promise. Check it out right now, and see if you can schedule a screening in your neck of the woods.