Q: How can I watch the movie or buy a DVD?
A: Chesley Bonestell: A Brush with the Future is not yet available for purchase by the public. However, there are some things you can do:
1) Check the "screenings" page and see if there's a showing of the film in your area.
2) Sign up to our newsletter here to receive news about the film’s availability and future screenings.
3) Don't see any screenings in your area? Host your own!
Q: Where can I buy tickets to an upcoming screening of the film?
A: On the “screenings” tab, each event has its own page with information about the screening location, dates, times, and purchasing tickets. Keep in mind that not all screenings are available to the public.
Q: What is the running time of the film?
A: The film runs 96 minutes.
Q: I live in a foreign country and want to sign up for your newsletter, but I am having technical difficulties.
A: We’ve noticed that some zip codes outside of the United States don’t work well with our form. If you encounter this problem, please use the “contact us” page to send us your e-mail, your first name and your last name. We will add you to the mailing list on our end.
Q: Do you sell prints of Bonestell’s paintings?
A: Unfortunately, no. That is not something we do.
Q: I want to find more fans of Chesley Bonestell like myself!
Licensing through Tugg EDU
Q: What's the difference between the Screening Request Form and Tugg's educational license?
A: Tugg is our exclusive distributor for the educational market. The educational license is, as the name suggests, for those that want to use the film to teach others about their topic of choice. If you plan to use this film to host a general screening with no explicit educational nature, please use the Screening Request Form.
Q: My science/astronomy/architecture/film society is very interested in the film. Do we count as an educational institution, and can we purchase an educational license through Tugg?
A: As long as you plan to use the film to educate your audience about a particular topic, then yes, you can purchase an education license through Tugg.
Q: I see "PPR" as being included/not included in my educational license. What is PPR and do I need to purchase it?
A: PPR stands for "Public Performance Rights." If you intend to make your educational screening available to the public, you will need a Public Performance Rights license, which is available through Tugg. If you are not sure whether you need Public Performance Rights for your license, request a quote through Tugg.
Have more questions about purchasing an educational license? Visit the Tugg Edu FAQ here.
Q: How can I bring Chesley Bonestell: A Brush With The Future to screen in my town?
A: We deeply appreciate your interest in screening the film. You can host a screening of your own! Find a venue that will host a screening, build up an audience for our film, and send us a Screening Request Form. We'll get back to you with the screening fees and logistics.
Q: I'm a HUGE Bonestell fan, and I know a lot of people would love this movie! How can I get this film to screen at my local theater?
A: Contact your local theater and provide them with our website, along with your interest in seeing the film. Requests from multiple people like yourself will do even more to convince the theater manager that there is a paying audience for this film!
Q: What is a DCP? Do I need it for my screening?
A: DCP stands for "Digital Cinema Package." Professional theaters use a DCP to ingest a film into their projector. Only those that have a projection system capable of playing a DCP should select this option on the Screening Request Form. Otherwise, a Blu-Ray or DVD will do just fine.
If you don't see the answer to you question, please contact us.
CHESLEY BONESTELL : A BRUSH WITH THE FUTURE