You can now bring Tested to your university, school, conference, or nonprofit!
In addition to ordering your DVD, we have a variety of screening packages to suit the needs of your organization. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for purchase orders and information about other bundles that include appearances by the director.
Please note: if you are a media vendor purchasing this film on behalf of an institution, you must include the name of the institution in the notes section to ensure legal public performance rights for the institution. This package includes one (1) Educational/Community Use DVD with closed captioning and public performance rights and one (1) comprehensive digital discussion guide for the film.
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* This film has not yet been rated and contains some strong, coarse language. Please contact us directly if you have questions about the appropriateness of the film for your audience.
* Home-use DVDs are not yet available for purchase. Please check back or sign up for our mailing list at http://www.testedfilm.com and we will notify you as soon as they are available.
Terms of Educational/Institutional DVD Edition
Our Educational, Library, and Institutional Edition is leased for the life of the product for non-commercial educational in-house use in:
- educational institutions,
- public libraries,
- community groups,
- media centers,
- religious groups,
- and other similar organizations.
This is a limited license, which prohibits any duplication, broadcasts, electronic transmission, digitizing, admission charges, rental fees, and circulation to non-registered students and/or non-organizational personnel (except for public libraries where circulation is allowed for private individuals for personal home viewing only). Purchase of our Educational, Library, and Institutional title constitutes an agreement to these terms.
Public Screenings and Conference Screenings
If you purchase the institutional DVD, you may screen Tested as many times as you wish at no additional cost as long as it is shown in an educational, non-commercial framework and no money is charged for admission.
However, if you will be charging admission or the event is open to the wider public, then it is considered a public screening, and you may screen the film for that single event only, for a maximum of 50 people. If you wish to do additional public screenings in the future or hold a larger screening, please contact to purchase additional screening rights.
Why is your educational/institutional edition more expensive than a home-use version?
Our Educational, Library and Institutional edition is used by organizations and sell in relatively small numbers. To recoup the significant production costs and to help support our future independent filmmaking, we must charge a higher price per title. Our price is similar to those of other comparable educational distributors. The higher price also includes educational rights, which are more extensive than those granted with home-use sales and benefit a larger constituency.
DVDs are coded region 0