We admit it. Now that “Mary Janes: The Women of Weed” is available online, it can be a little confusing to figure out how to watch the film.
We’ve created a handy Film Decision Tree to help you determine the best way to watch the film to fit your needs. Simply answer the questions and it will lead you to one of six (6) outcomes.
1. Rent on Amazon, AppleTV, Google Play, Vimeo and Vudu
With five (5) platforms to choose from, this is a great way to get started if you have never seen the film–and it will be available instantly no matter where you are in the world. “Mary Janes: The Women of Weed” is available in 70 countries via AppleTV and we’ve made it available globally on Vimeo. If you end up loving the film like we hope you do, you can always upgrade to a digital purchase on your selected platform. Rent the Film on Amazon, AppleTV, Google Play, Vudu or Vimeo.
2. Stream on Kanopy with your Library Card
Use your university or public library card to access “Mary Janes: The Women of Weed” at 4,000 libraries across the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the U.K. via the streaming platform Kanopy. It is also available through a free Kanopy app on platforms like Roku and Apple TV, on iOS, Android devices, or through a browser. Support your local library and Watch the Film.
3. Buy Educational License
If you’d like to use the film as a resources for your school, library, or organization, buying an Educational License is the best option. It allows you to screen the film for FREE to up to 250 people and you can let your members or library patrons check it out as a resource. Below are two options depending on your organization:
- Schools, non-profits, and government agencies: Buy the Educational License from Collective Eye.
- US public libraries: Buy the film from Midwest Tape.
4. Buy a One-Time Screening License
If you’d like to sell tickets to the film screening or use a screening as a one-time fundraiser or engagement event, purchasing a one-time screening license is the best option for you. Start by filling out a Google form and our Screenings Team will be in touch. Sign-Up to Host a Screening
5. Buy the DVD
If you like owning physical copies of your media, and you plan to watch it at home (without screening it publicly), then buying a DVD is for you. We did a limited run for Super Fans, so order yours before we run out. Buy the DVD
6. Buy the film on Amazon, Apple TV, Google Play, Vudu or Vimeo
If you prefer to keep your media digital, or you live outside of the United States, buying the film on one of our digital platforms is for you. If you started by renting the film, this is also an easy way to update the rental to a purchase. Buy the Film on Amazon, AppleTV, Google Play, Vudu or Vimeo
Still Have Questions?
We have resources to help. The articles listed below are great places to start. If you still have questions, send us an email using the Contact Us tab above.