We envision a world where everyone has access to patient-centric palliative and hospice care in their community. Our goal is to support discussions about end-of-life care and values between individuals, families, patients, and caregivers.
Our facilitated community screening campaign of END GAME is now closed, but we know the work is not done and we want the conversations to continue. If you would like to host an educational screening in your community, please carefully read the below guidelines.
People saw the film
Over 50 partner organizations have hosted screenings of END GAME in order to initiate open and honest conversations about death, dying, and end-of-life values. Screening events were hosted at college campuses, assisted living homes, mortuaries, public libraries, and more. As a result, more people are educated on the benefits of hospice and palliative care.
We do not have DVDs for sale.
Screenings must be non-profit and non-commercial. Hosts cannot charge admission, solicit donations, or accept advertising or commercial sponsorships in direct connection with the screening.
Click here to see Netflix’s official educational license.
The filmmakers have created a set of resources that can help guide screenings, conversations, and engagement with the film. These resources can be found at on the Resources page and are free to download, use, and share.