Bring the GI Film Festival to Your Hometown!

Are you tired of missing out on all the fun from the GI Film Festival because you live half-way across the country?  Have you ever thought - 'someone should host a GI Film Festival in my home town'?  If you answered yes and yes - then you need to read on. The GI Film Group just launched a community screening platform to provide organizations, schools, groups, fraternities, sororities, family reunions, and military unit reunions across the country, easy and affordable access to an exclusive collection of the “Best of the GI Film Festival” films and select military movies.  This first-of-its-kind film distribution platform is powered by Tugg Inc., a web portal that enables individuals and organizations to choose the films that play in their local theaters and community venues.  All you need to do is follow these three simple steps: Step One Visit to select the films you want to screen for your audience. Step Two Pay a small licensing fee to host a public or private screening. Step Three Enjoy the magic of quality film programming at your next event, while wowing your audience at you ability to curate amazing films. Now is the time to start planning the film entertainment for your next business meeting, reunion or Memorial Day event.

What's in the TUGG Store?

The GI Film Group curated storefront on Tugg features both narrative and documentary films covering a wide array of film genres and subjects. From action-packed thrillers to real-life stories of heroism to light-hearted comedies, there is something to suit the tastes of every film fan. Films available now include the feature film Fort Bliss, starring Michele Monaghan and Ron Livingston and the documentary film Travis: A Soldier’s Story, which tells the remarkable story of Travis Mills, one of only five surviving quadruple amputees form Iraq and Afghanistan. Both films premiered at the GI Film Festival May 2014. The ever-expanding catalog of military films on the GI Film Group curated storefront is available beginning on October 7, 2014 and will continue year-round. To browse Tugg’s current community screening library visit To learn more about how Tugg’ Community Screenings platform works, visit the Tugg School here. For more information about the GI Film Group and GI Film Festival, visit  
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