Event Planning
Event Promotion
Next Steps
Social Media Kit

Countdown Graphics

Social Media Banners

Event Page Banner

Event Page Banner

Twitter Banner

Twitter Banner

Facebook Banner

Facebook Banner

Ask students to lead a social media campaign to promote your event!

Spread The Word

Use the language and images below to spread awareness about your screening of Most Likely To Succeed & communicate with your audience.

Film Synopsis

Most Likely To Succeed examines the history of education in the United States, revealing the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods in today’s innovative world. The film explores compelling new approaches that aim to transform learning as we know it. After seeing this film, the way you think about “school” will never be the same.

Teaser Video Content

(Share these short videos with your prospective and committed audience members to get them interested and engaged!)

For Your Reference

Sample Tweets

Note: If you’ve made an e-vite or flyer for you event, attach it to your tweet. In the week leading up to your event, post the Countdown Images above to remind folks about your screening!

  • Join [INSERT ORGANIZATION NAME] in reimagining our school system at a screening of @MLTSFilm. [INSERT TIME & LOCATION].

  • Do you want to reignite passion & purpose in your school? Don’t miss [INSERT PANELIST/SPEAKER] & the @MLTSFilm screening at [INSERT TIME & LOCATION].

  • “If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.” -John Dewey. Join us for a screening of @MLTSFilm at [INSERT TIME & LOCATION]

  • “A message Americans need to hear...” - @HuffingtonPost. Come hear it @MLTSFilm. [INSERT TIME & LOCATION]

Sample Facebook Posts

  • We are thrilled to host a screening of the Sundance-selected film @MostLikelytoSucceed. Join us in conversation about reimagining schools for the 21st century. The event will take place at [INSERT TIME & LOCATION]. Reserve your spot here [INSERT YOUR EVENT PAGE LINK].
     
  • “The 21st century is going to be all about building, creating, and innovating. This remarkable film shows a path of how we can empower all of our children to do that.” - Sal Khan, @KhanAcademy. Come build, create, and innovate with [INSERT ORGANIZATION NAME] at the @MLTSfilm screening. Join us at [INSERT TIME & LOCATION]. Reserve your spot here [INSERT YOUR EVENT PAGE LINK].
  • “I am watching the video and I’m in tears at the beauty of what’s being visualized as learning in the unfolding voices and images. I want to share this with everyone.” - Superintendent Pam Moran, Albemarle County Public Schools. Join us in visualizing a new future at the @MLTSfilm screening at [INSERT TIME & LOCATION]. Reserve your spot [INSERT YOUR EVENT PAGE LINK].

  • “Hosting a screening of this film in our community was a wonderful catalyst for invigorating discussions among our students, staff, parents, and community members. The film inspired us to re-imagine what is happening in our classrooms.” - Superintendent Cara Cooke, Kilgore Independent School District. Join us in reimagining our classrooms at the @MLTSfilm screening at [INSERT TIME & LOCATION]. Reserve your spot here [INSERT YOUR EVENT PAGE LINK].

  • “This film is an eyeopener. It clearly demonstrates why our students are not succeeding in school, but rather than inspiring fear, it offers real solutions that engage students.” - Michael Bitton, Magen David Yeshivah High School. Join us in laying the groundwork for real solutions at the @MLTSfilm screening at [INSERT TIME & LOCATION]. Reserve your spot here [INSERT YOUR EVENT PAGE LINK].

Sample Email Blasts

If you created an Eventbrite page for your event, you can use Eventbrite to send out all of the emails below quickly and easily.Using your Event Page, you can send out all of the emails below quickly and easily to promote your event.

Invitation Email:

(Introduce your event in 1-2 sentences and/or insert your customized E-Vite!)

EXAMPLE:

Please join us at XYZ High School for a community-wide event, which will feature the Sundance-selected documentary Most Likely To Succeed. Following the screening, there will be an interactive discussion about re- imagining our school system.

About The Film:
Most Likely To Succeed examines the history of education in the United States, revealing the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods in today’s innovative world. The film explores compelling new approaches that aim to revolutionize teaching as we know it. After seeing this film, the way you think about “school” will never be the same.

Panelists/Facilitators:
(If applicable, list panelists/facilitators here! If you don’t have panelists, skip this!)

Details:
[Event Date]
[Venue Address]
To RSVP, click here [insert your event page link] or email janedoe@gmail.com.

Spread The Word:
Please forward this invitation to your network, share on your social media pages, and tag our accounts: Twitter: @MLTSfilm and #MLTSfilm
Facebook: Facebook.com/MLTSFilm
Email: screenings@mltsfilm.org

Reminder email example (send the week of your event):

Don’t miss out on our community-wide screening of the Sundance-selected documentary Most Likely To Succeed this [insert day of the week]. The screening will take place at XYZ High School and will be followed by an interactive discussion about re-imagining school. In the meantime, check out these clips from the film where Sir Ken Robinson and other thought leaders tackle the most important issues facing education today:

Details:
[Event Date]
[Venue Address]
To RSVP, click here [insert your event page link] or email janedoe@gmail.com.

Thank you & follow up (send immediately after your event):

Thank you for joining us on [insert day] for our screening of Most Likely To Succeed!
[insert 1-2 sentences about how the film or the event made you feel]

Let’s take action together! [If you came up with action steps at your screening, please insert them here. Otherwise, you’re welcome to use the ideas below.]

  • Educators: Try one of these project-based lessons in your classroom.
  • Administrators: Set up regular times for your faculty and staff to meet and discuss how they are incorporating innovation in their classrooms.
  • Parents: Spread the word about this movement with other parents - email the film trailer to a friend.
  • Everyone: Share your reactions to the film on Twitter @mltsfilm and Facebook.com/MLTSfilm