We have paired with enthusiastic audiences across the country to do private and community screenings for a wide variety of groups: high school students, historians, museum devotees, urban planning experts, government employees, activists, women's groups, Asian-American scholars, immigrant rights workers, college students and more.

Tailor your screening of 9-Man to your audience--past screenings have included popcorn, Chinese tea, kung-fu performances, lion dances, shrimp chips and edamame, outdoor projection, dosas, dumplings, beat-boxing, poetry, volleyballs, selfie sticks, boxed dinners, Skype Q&As, discussion panels, and beer!

If you would like to host a screening at your institution, school, workplace or community group, please fill out our screening request form by clicking here.

To purchase a copy of the film with public performance rights, click here.

Past Screenings:

World Premiere: Independent Film Festival Boston, April 27, 2014

Broadcast Premiere: Public Television's World Channel series "America ReFramed," May 5, 2015

Canada Broadcast Premiere: TVO, May 27, 2017

Special Screenings: Pop Up + ESPN The Magazine, George Mason University with DC APA Film, Dream City: Immigrant Experiences in Film Series with Feet in 2 Worlds at the New School, Museum of the Moving Image's Changing the Picture Series, Association for Asian American Studies Conference, Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation's Sixth Annual Asian American Film Series, SkyFest on Virgin America Airlines, Museum of Chinese in America, American Institute of Architects San Francisco Architecture + The City Festival, 10th Anniversary Films at the Gate Festival, the Bronx Documentary Center's Women's Films Series, White Privilege Conference, National Association for Ethnic Studies Conference, Canadian Sport Film Festival, Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, Organization of Chinese Americans National Convention, US Government Accountability Office, Reel Women Hong Kong/OCT-Loft Summer Film Series in Shenzen, National Association for Multicultural Education Conference, Suffolk University, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, NYU Race & Sports Seminar, The New School's DOC TALK, International destination on X1 in the “New York, New York” and “Cinema Asian America” collections of XFinity/Comcast, ChinaFest at the University of Richmond, the W.o.W Project at Wing on Wo.

Film Festivals: Independent Film Festival Boston, DOC NYC, LA Asian Pacific Film Festival, CAAMFest, Austin Asian American Film Festival, Hawaii International Film Festival, Seattle Asian American Film Festival, Houston Asian American & Pacific Islander Film Festival, Boston Asian American Film Festival, Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival, Canadian Sport Film Festival, San Diego Asian Film Festival, The People's Film Festival, Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival, Stranger Than Fiction, Asian American Showcase, DisOrient Asian American Film FestivalInternational Sports Film Festival of Ohio.