Private Group Bookings in Theatres

Booking a group screening in a theatre near you is an engaging way to learn about current Indigenous issues. 


Teaching the next generation about the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada is an essential step towards reconciliation and promoting a better understanding of our country's rich but painful past. Film is a medium that is accessible for youth, a way to visualize our history in a new way.


Educators, review our study guide, an educational tool kit to help facilitate discussions in your classrooms. 


If you would like to book a private group, a class, or a school to see Bones of Crows in the theatre, please fill out the form below. 


Group Bookings Form

The film is based on actual events of colonial violence and trauma that many Indigenous people have experienced, including the removal of children. Some of these scenes may be upsetting or triggering, particularly for direct or intergenerational survivors of Residential Schools in the audience.

We honour your experience.

The National Residential School Crisis line is 1-866-925-4419 and is available 24 hours a day.