TUGG | Bringing your favourite movies to the big screen for community fundraising

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A web-platform that enables individuals and organisations to host special movie events in their local theatres. 

Offerings include critically acclaimed Australian documentaries Chasing Asylum, Gayby Baby, Zen and the Art of Dying and Coming Out to Play.

Tugg Australia is operated under an exclusive license arrangement with Leap Frog Films. Through Tugg, you can share a wide variety of films with your local community!

How Tugg Works:
Connecting communities with fundraising needs to movies and their local participating cinemas:

  • Step 1 Fill out the Event Request Form to pick the film, date, time, and place for your screening. Tip: Your ideal event date is 4 to 5 weeks from registering your event.
  • Step 2 The theater approves the request, and you can begin selling tickets on your personalised Event Page.
  • Step 3 Sell enough tickets before the event deadline to confirm your screening. If you don’t meet this “Threshold,” no one will be charged and your event will be called off.
  • Step 4 Sit back and enjoy the movie with your community! You’ll make 5% of the ticket sales.
Tugg is a non-curated platform open to all filmmakers and producers to share their films with Australian audiences. Neither Tugg nor Leap Frog Films endorses any of the films or opinions contained within.

Is there a film that isn’t currently in our catalogue that you would like to screen? Please let us know at

Tugg Australia
Email: info@tugg.com.au
Website: http://www.tugg.com.au