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Host Screening


The documentary is approximately 40 minutes in length.


Due to the number of requests being received, we ask that you complete the form below to help us expedite and streamline the process efficiently.

We will review all form submissions and a representative from TACF will be in contact with you to acknowledge receipt and follow up.

Resources Required: Each venue will need to  provide their own A/V capabilities and proper staffing to assist.

Discussion/Presentation Option: For venues requesting a presentation or discussion, please indicate on the form. Due to limited staff and time, we may not be able to accept every request.

Documentary Links and Screening Kit: If your venue is approved for a screening, TACF will provide the documentary link and screening kit for download. Hard copies are available upon request.

Donations: There is no fee to screen the documentary; however, donations are encouraged and appreciated.

For all questions related to the documentary, how to host a screening or view future screening locations, please contact:

Future Screenings


Screenings at public and private venues are available beginning May 1, 2023.

This list will be continuously updated. To request a screening and access our documentary screening kit, please submit your request here.

May 13, 2023 | Health and Natural Sciences building, University of North Georgia, Dahlonega Campus (Note: This is part of the annual meeting of the Georgia Chapter of The American Chestnut Foundation. Meeting is open to the public. Details will be posted at
August 18, 2023 | The Village Green - Lewis Hall, Cashiers, NC
October 15, 2023 | The Granary - Oak Spring Garden Foundation, Upperville, VA 
TBD | Fonta Flora Brewery, Morganton, NC
TBD | Grailhouse, Asheville, NC
Fall TBD | The Carter Center, Atlanta, GA
Fall TBD | Capital Visitors Center, Washington D.C.
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