Host A Screening

from $150.00

DOG BY DOG (DBD) is now available for private group screenings for animal welfare organizations, schools, civic groups, rescues, and shelters in the United States, Canada or any English speaking regions. We have been overwhelmed with the interest in bringing DBD to communities across the country and wanted to create a easy and efficient way to handle the demand. These one-time screenings can be used as an educational and/or fundraising event and the decision to charge an admission fee or not is at the discretion of the organizers.

5414 Productions will provide a screening license, Blu-Ray or DVD, and, if requested, will promote the screening on our website and social media. We have different price levels setup based on your projected audience size. Please see below:

Less the 50 people – $150 screening fee
51 to 100 people – $200 screening fee
101 to 500 people – $250 screening fee

Once payment is received, the DBD Team will reach out for formal details on the event (day/time/organization/etc.). 5414 Productions reserves the right to deny, for any reason, a proposed screening and refund the screening fee. For any questions / concerns or interest in a member of the DBD Film Team attending the screening/Q&A, please email us at

Audience Size

Educational Purchase (i.e. Library)


DOG BY DOG (DBD) is available for purchase by Animal Welfare Organizations, Educational Institutions, Libraries, and High Schools. 5414 Productions will provide a copy of DOG BY DOG (Blu-Ray or DVD) and a Educational / Public Performance Rights License in perpetuity. This license make it possible to:

Hold screenings on campus or at your institution
Lend the film out in your library
Show the film to groups and in classrooms to enrich curriculum

If you wish to “gift” a Blu-Ray or DVD copy to an Animal Welfare Organization, Educational Institution, Library, or High School, we will send an acknowledgement, the Educational / Public Performance Rights License, and copy of DOG BY DOG to the organization. For any questions or concerns, please contact the DBD Team at