How to purchase Five Ways In and support our project?
You can get a High quality HD version.
We have subtitles in more than 5 languages.
Easy to get:
We send you an easy link and you download it from Vimeo.
If you see us in person: You can buy a USB stick with it.
You can pay with paypal or in cash in person.
Electronic Transfer/download: 5 pounds: 6 euros: 7 dollars:
USB key stick with logo & 8 GB memory: 8 pounds: 10 euros: 12 dollars : 12 swiss francs
Contact us if you want your own copy! email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org we’ll send you the paypal and download link!
For public and institutional screenings there is a different price, see below.
DOWNLOAD FROM VIMEO
From vimeo you will be able to download a fully and a partially subtitled (English) version to your laptop or computer. There is also a copy without subtitles which you can play on VLC player with a subtitle file. It is a high quality HD mp4 file that can be played by all computer video players (We do not sell DVDs to keep costs down and to be more ecological).
There is support material for organising screenings and using the documentary for research. Our experience is that the conversations after the documentary are as interesting as the documentary itself. We invite you to feedback on our website what you found out from your screenings and contribute to our research themes. We would love a photo or two and information about your event to add to our list of screenings.
For institutions we offer a very competitive price compared to other distributors such as DER, depending on your particular needs. This will enable you to embed ‘Five Ways In’ into teaching websites and use the documentary as much as you want in classroom and institutional settings.
A Digital Site License for one year is £60, for three years £120 and for five years £180. A life of file license is £300
Please contact the Co-Director and Producer (Dr Mike Poltorak) for more information: email@example.com
We are looking into a more formal relationship with a distributor to produce DVDs and distribute the documentary more widely.