Thank you for registering your Knock Down the House screening! On this page, you’ll find all of the resources you need to host a successful event. Questions? Email [email protected].
Digital Advocacy Toolkit
Learn how to mobilize your community using free digital organizing tools to build power, get folks to take action, and create change. This toolkit was developed by Peace is Loud as part of its partnership with Movement School’s Reclaim program.
Digital Events Toolkit
Whether you’re inviting a few friends over to watch the film in your living room, or organizing a public event at a community venue, this guide has all the tips and tricks you need to host a successful event!
This guide will aid teaching professionals and youth organizations on engaging with young people on the film.
Learn how you can create political change with this helpful Action Guide.
Includes tips and questions for leading pre- and post-screening discussions on examining representation, politics, and the role of money in elections.
Developed for students to engage in active, critical, and nonpartisan conversations on many of the most urgent issues in our democracy today – equity, representation, political strategy, the role of money in elections.
Want to show your support for the film? Use our Twitter and Facebook assets or the film’s official poster.
Thank you for hosting a Watch Party or Community Screening of Knock Down the House! Beginning May 1, the film will be available for screenings worldwide via Netflix.
In order to screen Knock Down the House, you must have a Netflix account to screen the film. If you do not already have an account, you can sign up for a free, 30-day trial at netflix.com. You have two options to access the film:
Questions? Contact [email protected].