Organizations that are awarded a Science on Screen grant must agree to the following requirements:
- Your organization must produce a minimum of three Science on Screen (SoS) events during the course of the grant period (current season: January 1, 2021–June 30, 2021).
- One of these films shown must be an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Festival award recipient or a film developed by Sloan through its film development pipeline. Full list here.
- As noted in the application guidelines, grant recipients are required to professionally videotape one Science on Screen presentation and deliver it to the Coolidge via Dropbox for use on SoS-related media sites.
- Please ensure that your speakers for your three screenings sign a release form (a sample form will be sent as an attachment to your grant notification e-mail). You will be asked to submit your release forms and edited footage along with your final report.
- A final evaluation report (narrative and budget) is a condition of this grant. The deadline for this report is July 15, 2021 for Spring 2021 grantees. We will send report guidelines prior to the date.
- This program must be referred to as Science on Screen®. The “®” [registered trademark] symbol need not appear everywhere; as a general guideline, in each marketing piece, you should use the symbol with either the first use or the most prominent use of the mark.
- You will be provided with an official Science on Screen logo, which must be used on all promotional materials (print and online).
- You must acknowledge the Coolidge Corner Theatre and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation on all marketing materials using the following language:
An initiative of the COOLIDGE CORNER THEATRE, with major support from the ALFRED P. SLOAN FOUNDATION.
- Our National Week of Science on Screen garners significant media attention for participating cinemas. Participation in this event is encouraged but not mandatory.