Understanding copyrights:

The Federal Copyright Act (Title 17, United States code, Public Law 94-553, 90 Stat. 2541) governs how copyrighted materials, such as movies, may be utilized publicly. Neither the rental nor the purchase or lending of a videocassette or DVD carries with it the right to exhibit such a movie publicly outside the home, unless the site where the video is used is properly licensed for copyright compliant exhibition.

This legal copyright compliance requirement applies to theaters, car shows, museums, conventions, shops, buses, planes, parks, campgrounds, colleges, universities, public schools, day care facilities, summer camps, churches, private clubs, prisons, lodges, businesses, etc. regardless of whether admission is charged, whether the institution is commercial or non-profit or whether a federal, state or local agency is involved.

Faith Granger Films, LLC is the only party authorized to license “DEUCE OF SPADES”. So if you are wanting to screen this film outside the privacy of your own home (such as at a car show, event, theater, club meeting, shop, bus, etc…), you need to apply for a license first.

A message from Faith Granger, the filmmaker:

You might wonder why film companies charge a fee for a screening license: Even if you don't intend to charge the audience to see a film (make money from screening) the filmmaker needs to be compensated. The reason is simply because by showing the film you are giving away the story to all who come to the screening and those people, who now know how the story goes and ends, no longer have a need to purchase the DVD to see the film. Cause they just did (see the film). Cause you showed it to them. Hence serious DVD sale income loss for the filmmaker. A lot of blood, sweat and tears went into the making of this film, and a lot of sacrifices. Our DVD sales alone allow us to pay our bills, keep a roof over our heads, recoup the massive costs of making the film and raise funds to make the next one. Losing a lot of DVD sales without any compensation is like hemorrhaging: Not something any filmmaker can afford. Especially not a small indie filmmaker like me. Hence the licensing fee, to compensate at least a bit. It is a fair, deserved payment for 4 years or hard work. So please don't steal the film and do this right.

Publicly showing a film without proper license is a federal crime punishable by up to $250,000.00 fine and 5 years in prison.

So don't skip this step. The good news is, obtaining the proper legal license from me is actually an easy process. I will do my best to assist you, help you out, even provide you with flyer graphics for your event promotion etc...

Please fill the form below to get started. I will then contact you with a quote.

Many thanks for your support and God Bless.


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Name of entity putting on the show:  

Type of event:      

How many spectators will attend your screening?   

Will you be charging admission to see the film? If so, how much?   
Note: A license fee is required, even if you are not charging for admission.    

If event is a car show, how many registered cars?    

If event is a car show, how many visitors does it draw?    

Please describe car show / event:

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Please describe where the screening will take place and what gear will be used



If the screening is not taking place inside a theater, what kind of crowd control will you have in place to keep outside noise, traffic, distractions, people coming and going to a minimum so to insure the audience can have quality "one on one" time with the film while watching it.


If the screening is taking place outdoors, will people, other than the spectators, be able to see the screen, and therefore the film? If so, how many?


What type of media exposure will you provide the film and its screening? (ex: Radio adds, email blast, interview with filmmaker, Facebook, website... etc) Be as specific as you can.



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