2 weeks to go: Blog this and join us for the Premiere!

Into the FireWe would like to use this opportunity to give a big shout out to all our translators: Thank you! The response has been overwhelming and we will be able to publish the film in eight different languages. You can still volunteer to help translating.

Another big thank you to everyone who has been helping us get word out by retweeting, sharing, liking and linking! There’s one more thing you can do: We have published a press pack which includes all relevant information and the trailer will be released this week. Take this opportunity to blog about us and let your friends know how to embed the film on 21st April. Feel free to use our posters and the images provided on the media page or clips from the film. The film is available for reviews upon request.

When you link to us on social media and blog posts, first of all, your friends hear about this film. That’s the most important thing for us. But there is more: Each time someone links to us, Google and other search engines notice. And because other people link to us, they make it easier to find us. When someone searches for relevant terms, our posts move up in the results because of your links. So by sharing and linking you’re not only telling your friends, but also everyone else.


With two weeks to go until the online release, we are thrilled to also be announcing our premiere. Hosted by the School of Oriental and African Studies, Habib Rahman of the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants will join us for the screening and discussion afterwards on Monday, 29th April. Details will be published soon, sign up above to be the first to get an invitation.

We have published a listing of websites and blogs that are participating in the crowdsourced release of Into the Fire on our website. If you would like to be included, please drop us an email with your logo and link to where you will be embedding the film. Or add a comment linking to your blog or website on the listing.

 

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