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The Abominable Crime is available to purchase on DVD for home use, community screenings, and for academic institutions

Home Use DVD - $15

This DVD is intended for individual use and home viewing.

If you would rather not pay online please contact us for alternative payment methods!

Community Screening - $250

Are you interested in bringing The Abominable Crime to your community? Organize a screening!

Every screening package comes with a copy of The Abominable Crime discussion guide and two DVDs of the film.

Why are we are charging a fee for the screenings? The Abominable Crime was a labor of love, and screening fees are a way to recouping the costs of making the film.

If your organization is unable to afford the screening fee, please contact us and let us know and we are happy to discuss an alternative arrangement.

Run a DVD Fundraiser! Raise funds for your group!

We will make DVDs of the film available at a discounted rate so you can run a fundraiser for your organization, please contact us for more details and special DVD rates.

For more details or to organize your community screening, please contact us.

Academic Use DVD - $300

The Abominable Crime is available for purchase by academic institutions for inclusion in library collections. Purchasing the Acadmic license gives your instituion the right to screen The Abominable Crime in classroom and lecture settings and makes the film available to any teacher or student.

The Academic package comes with two copies of the DVD and a discussion guide.

Director Micah Fink may be available to appear at community and academic screenings in person or via Skype. If you're interested in including Micah in your discussion of the film, please contact us for more details.

The Abominable Crime was produced by Common Good Productions with funding from The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. The Pulitzer Center promotes in-depth engagement with global affairs through its sponsorship of quality international journalism across all media platforms and an innovative program of outreach and education. The Center's reporting on HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean is supported by the MAC AIDS Fund.