Host a Screening
Can one person truly make a difference? A regular citizen, Marion Stoddart took on big business, politicians, and public skepticism to save one of America’s most polluted rivers, transforming herself into an environmental pioneer and citizen leader honored by the United Nations.
Marion Stoddart: The Work of 1000 is the empowering 30-minute documentary film chronicling Stoddart's life, achievements, setbacks, and unwavering belief that one person can make a difference in the world.
Since the film's June 2010 premiere, the power of this vital environmental success story continues to ripple across the world—with screenings at film festivals, schools, universities, and community organizations, and in libraries, churches, living rooms, and beyond. We invite you to host a screening, too.
How To Host a Community, Library, or Educational Screening
Showing The Work of 1000 is easy; just keep in mind that you'll need to purchase a license to screen the film before using the DVD for your showing. You are welcome to sell tickets or use the film as a fundraiser.
To order to film, go to the W1K Store and purchase the Educational, Public Library, or Community Screening DVD option.
Price: $219 Educational Use DVD for eduational use at a single site and one public screening.
Price: $145 Community Screening DVD for a Single Site with Single Screening (add $100 per additional site).
Price: $79 Public Library DVD includes a license for one public showing at the library, plus a DVD to circulate to patrons for Home Use.
Price: $29 Home Use DVD HOME USE ONLY and not licensed for public, community, or educational screenings.
Use our Program Planning Toolkit for ideas about planning and promoting your event!
Classroom, Library and Home Screenings
The Work of 1000 DVD is also available from Documentary Educational Resources.
Film Awards and Recognition
Best Documentary Short, 2011 Rivers’ Edge Festival in Paducah, KY
AT&T Award for Environmental Conservation and Stewardship 2011 Arpa Internat'l Film Festival
Projecting Change Award 2011 in Vancouver Canada
Speak Out Award, 2011 at the 44th Annual Humbolt Film Festival, Arcata, CA
Best Call to Action Film, 2010 at the Green Screen Environmental Film Festival, Venice, CA
Best Short Film, 2010 Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival in New Zealand
2012 Wild & Scenic Film Festival, Nevada City, CA
2012 Wild & Scenic Film Festival Tour
2012 Silent River Film Festival, Irvine CA
2012 Boston International Film Festival
2012 POWFest, Portland, OR
2012 Sedona International Film Festival, Sedona AZ
2011 Berkshire International Film Festival, Great Barrington, MA
2011 Citizen Jane Film Festival, Columbia, MO
2011 CINE Montana International Film Festival, Missoula MT
2011 Bend Film Fest, Bend, OR
2011 Los Angeles International Film Festival
2011 Voices From the Waters International Film Festival, Bangalor India
2010 Brattleboro International Women’s Film Festival