How to View
There are several ways to experience the Ordinary Extraordinary Junco film.
Web-based viewing or downloading
All eight video chapters (Intro, Chapters 1-6, and Outro) are available for free in full HD quality on this website, or through our Vimeo page, for personal or educational (non-commerical) use only. Hardcopies can be made available upon request for citizens or educators who are unable to view or download due to technological or accessibility issues. See VIEW + DOWNLOAD to watch online.
Public or private screenings
We worked hard to make the Ordinary Extraordinary Junco look and sound amazing in cinema-quality on the big screen. We want YOU and your fellow citizens, family, and friends to host a formal or informal screening. We can make the feature-length-88-min.-film available for FREE in cinema quality files for any not-for-profit groups or projects. We also welcome inquiries from any theatres. See SCREENINGS for more details.
**We respectfully request that you CONTACT US before using the downloads for group screenings — both so that we can keep track of the film’s usage and so we can make sure you have the best quality files and promotional materials for your venue and audience.
Classroom or self-directed educational use
We created our film with high school and college science students in mind, and we want to make it available and useful to as many educators as possible. We worked with educators and ed researchers to develop teacher and student materials for classroom and self-directed learning. These resources include a recently-devloped, leading-edge, standards-based "Next Generation Science Storyline" currciulum unit freely available to teachers. See EDUCATION+ACESSIBILITY tab for more details.
Request a DVD or BluRay disc copy
Although we increasingly and strongly encourage online streaming or download (or full-length file download for screenings), hardcopies are available on DVD or BluRay disc up special request.
NOTE: the higher quality download options available free on our website (through Vimeo) are actually better quality than DVD, so consider that option (below).
If you would prefer a disc, they are free for group screenings or classroom use (e.g., Audubon chapters, biology or nature clubs, local theatres, nature centers, high school or college classrooms, etc.).
We can also provide free copies to journalists or bloggers who are willing to review the film.
For private usage, we request a donation of $5.00 per DVD or $10.00 per BluRay to cover the costs of disc production and shipping. Go to the DVD/BluRay page to request obtain a disc copy.