See an opportunity for stoke in your area? Want to bring the community together? Have a local drive-in looking for new films to show? Looking to raise some money for a local non-profit?
Licensing a TGR film is a proven recipe for success no matter what your goal might be. Fill out our licensing inquiry form by clicking on the button below and our team will be in touch to figure out the details.
Our 2020 Films:
ACCOMPLICE - mountain bike film, July 8 world premiere: From the producers of unReal and the director of Where The Trail Ends comes a new film to memorialize the majesty of mountain biking. From our first time pedaling without training wheels to first descents in far off lands ACCOMPLICE is a visual love letter to the bicycle and all it enables. Starring the world’s top riders in spectacular locations the film explores all the splendor and nuance of our relationship with the bicycle and the adventures and friendships it becomes a catalyst for.
Ski and Snowboard Film - title TBA, September 2020 world premiere: More details about our new ski and snowboard film will be released this summer. This year's film features an all-time list of athletes, including longtime TGR fan favorites, returning legends and new additions to the team, as they travel around the world in search of big lines and good times.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR LICENSING PROCESS:
LOCATION / RIGHTS: The TGR film tour has a number of locations to which our in-house team of experts is already planning to bring the film. Beyond those, we license the film out to independent promoters, taking care to avoid conflicts of interest so that as you are promoting your event, there is not a promoter showing the same film a mile down the road. Once we have the information from the inquiry form, our licensing team can follow-up to discuss the specifics around your requested location, or to let you know if there are already shows planned in the area you are looking to bring the film.
PROCESS: Once you fill out the form, our licensing team will be in touch to discuss the specifics of the licensing process and answer any questions you may have. From there, the standard process is to go under contract. You will then receive a form to fill out to let us know the details of your show to add to our website, as well as a link to marketing assets to help promote the event. Our team will be in touch throughout the process to support your event and help make it as successful as possible.
MARKETING SUPPORT: Once we have the information about your show, we will add a custom event page on our website - this site is optimized such that visitors will immediately see the shows closest to them (based on IP address). If you promote the tetongravity.com/tours URL in your marketing efforts, your show should be highlighted for people in the area. TGR leverages our social channels to promote our film tour stops - your licensing coordinator will be able to talk through the specifics around how we can help make your show as successful as possible.
BRAND GUIDELINES: Having all of our worldwide shows adhere to TGR brand standards is critical to our success; as such, any licensed shows will have minimum expectations set as far as how the TGR brand (and those of our partners) manifest at your event. From the quality of the Audiovisual system to incorporating the script and prize giveaway platform, these guidelines are time-tested methods to not only represent our brand in the best way possible but also to deliver the best experience to the audience. Your licensing coordinator will talk to you about these expectations during the licensing process.
TICKETING PLATFORM: For shows in the United States, TGR offers free use of our ticket platform for licensed shows. We do not take a percentage cut of the ticketing like third party systems - 100% of the revenues accrue to the show financials. Our system does add a small service fee that gets passed on to the consumer - typically less than $1.50 per ticket, depending on price. Our platform also prompts the buyer to make a donation to charity (if they want) - if your show is a fundraiser, this is an excellent opportunity to increase the amount raised as we can specify your charitable cause as the recipient. Please inquire with your licensing coordinator about the use of our ticketing platform. Unfortunately, our platform is only available for shows in the United States at this time.
GIVEAWAYS: For North American shows, TGR often has a pool of giveaways from our film partners to provide as part of the licensing process - this is based on a first-come-first-serve availability, and is tied to the use of our grand prize giveaway platform. Your licensing coordinator can discuss the specifics of our prize giveaway platform and swag availability.
PRICING: Pricing for independent promoters is based on a number of factors including show location, the nature of the event and more. Every proposal is customized - your licensing coordinator will discuss the specifics when they follow-up on the inquiry form. Discounted pricing is often available for promoters bringing more than one film to their town, or bringing the film to multiple locations.
WHAT ABOUT COVID-19?: Like many people around the world, TGR is closely watching developments with COVID-19 and tracking guidelines from state and federal governments. The safety of our audiences is of the utmost importance, and we realize that there are scenarios where shows may have to change as a result of future developments. While none of us know what that could look like, we are committed to working with our promoters to ensure successful, safe events, and so if changes become necessary, promise to work with you to help promote any rescheduled dates or to provide full licensing fee refunds for any cancelled events.
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