Educational and Public Performance rights are available for schools and community groups across the world. The license fee varies according to the requirements and uses of each institution.

Themes Explored In The Film

  • Addiction to smartphones
  • Body Image
  • Anxiety, Depression and Self Harm
  • Privacy
  • Rise of Perfectionism and Burnout
  • Minsinformation and Hate Speech
  • Conspiracy Theories

What do I Get with My License

  • An mp4 video file of both versions of the film, the 52 minute and the 100 minute version.
  • A pdf document with information to support you in your class planning.
  • Additional support material is also available on the website, including information about the voices in the film and the film trailer.


  • A Q&A or panel discussion with the film’s director.
  • Molly Rose Foundation Help Cards. Pocket sized cards designed as a quick and handy reminder of some of the vital help available to all right now, especially young people. (UK only)

How Do I License the Film?

You will be sent a License Agreement to review and sign. The licence allows your institution to screen the film in a limited public setting (school/university auditorium or hall or individual classrooms etc) and, in certain circumstances, may be made available on a dedicated secure online service owned and used only by the institution it is licensed to. The licence allows the institution to screen under these conditions for a stated limited time period which can be negotiated. The standard licence is granted under the proviso that the audience size is kept to a normal sized classroom capacity or a school/university hall auditorium capacity. All elements can be discussed and negotiated at the time of licencing. On receipt of the executed Licence Agreement and licence fee payment, you will be sent the pdf document and a download link to the mp4 video files of the film.

Please contact us if you would like a fee quote.

Please be aware that the film includes images relating to eating disorders and tackles sensitive topics including self harm and suicide which some viewers may find troubling. There is a page on our website to signpost people to information and resources for those struggling with any of the issues raised in the film

“I am Gen-Z was an engaging film experience for our students. The film used examples from social media platforms in a thought-provoking way that led many of our students to inquire about their own use of technology.”

Daniel Godshall, International School Basel, Switzerland

“From a teaching perspective I find the film GREAT”

Christian Mosebo, Idrætsefterskolen Klintsøgaard, School in Denmark

“I watched this documentary while on a long-haul Lufthansa flight and was blown away by how relevant and engaging my students would find the film”

Political Science & Sociology professor, Luxembourg

“I saw the movie on the airplane and I think it is fantastic”

Youth Psychologist and Psychotherapist, Germany