Got a film with the power to spark conversation through a niche appeal? Meet NicheFan, a company dedicated to bringing films to the big screen by connecting filmmakers with special interest organizations.
NicheFan teams up with the filmmakers behind issue-based productions, tracks down the relevant special interest organizations and works with both to create the ultimate screening environment, one that educates, enlightens, stirs conversation and gives back.
If you’d like to get a firsthand look at how NicheFan operates, the company is celebrating its inaugural screening on Friday, November 15th with a showing of the Sundance and Berlinale Film Festival entry, “The Moo Man.” The film focuses on Stephen Hook who runs a family dairy farm in the English countryside. In an effort to keep Hook and Son afloat, he defies the supermarket trend by deliberately maintaining a smaller business, offering home delivery, and having a close relationship with each of his 55 cows.
NicheFan will screen “The Moo Man” in conjunction with the Greenpoint Church’s Hunger Program and a portion of the screening proceeds will support the Church’s effort to feed hundreds of people in need during the Thanksgiving holiday. Tickets are currently available on the NicheFan website right here.
NicheFan is aiming to screen 10 films every year, so keep an eye out for additional programming coming soon.