The limited release screenings will take place at 11 a.m. local time on Saturday, Oct. 6, in Atlanta, Baltimore, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.
Students and youth-serving organizations are encouraged to reserve tickets at amc.com to attend a free screening of the limited release in one of the aforementioned nine cities.
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After kicking off with the nine metros, the campaign plans to extend its free screenings to 34 more theaters across the country “and amplify the film’s call for youth to find their voice and change the world.”
Schools, community groups and nonprofit organizations can apply for free screenings at screenings.thehateugive.com. Applications are due Monday, Oct. 22, and winners will be selected by Wednesday, Oct. 31.
To contribute to the campaign individually, you can donate via donorschoose.org/thehateugivemovie. Fox will match donations up to $25,000.
“The Hate U Give” debuts in select theaters Oct. 5 with a wider release set for Oct. 19.
More about the Fox campaign at 21cf.com.