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The Bozeman Doc Series returns in October, 2017, for a fourth season and continues to cement its status as a vital event in Bozeman’s cultural landscape. Our third season continued to build on the series’ success, with average attendance increasing for the third straight year. The fifteen films and nine shorts screened in Season Three took audiences from the streets of Istanbul to the shores of the Faroe Islands to the dusty backroads of the Indian countryside.
This year, the series will continue to present major festival winners, and the very best of the wide range of documentary styles and subjects from around the world. From environmental dramas to political profiles to intimate, personal stories, these films open our eyes to worlds we may never otherwise see.
Sponsorship with the Bozeman Doc Series will get your company’s logo in front of thousands of Bozeman residents each year. There will be a minimum of fourteen screenings in Season Four, beginning on October 8th, 2017, and running at least through April 19th, 2018, and all sponsorships run the entire season.
Before each film, advertising slides containing all of the sponsors’ logos will be projected on the screen for the thirty minutes before the previews begin. You can scroll down to see a sample of the ad cards available at the Premiere and Executive sponsorship levels. After the ad slides, there will be previews of upcoming films, and a Bozeman Doc Series trailer, which will include clips from upcoming films as well as each sponsor’s logo. The higher the sponsor level, the more prominent and longer the duration of the logo in both the ad slides and sponsor trailer. You may have seen the Season One sponsor trailer at the homepage of this site (it plays automatically every time someone visits).
Sponsorship requests are due by October 1st to be included in the sponsor trailer on opening night.
Following the great success of our special events over the past two seasons, we’ve added the opportunity for sponsors to co-host individual screenings.
Last season’s special event co-hosted by the Montana Racial Equity Project featured the Montana premiere of the James Baldwin documentary, I Am Not Your Negro, and drew our largest crowd ever at nearly 600 attendees.
We have also added the option to purchase a full ad card to be displayed onscreen all season during our ad slides for the half-hour before each screening.