The Media Education Foundation, which acquired the rights for the film's distribution earlier this year, has begun selling the DVD to both US and international customers through its website.
The DVD is available for colleges and universities, as well as public libraries, high schools, and home use. Public performance rights can also be purchased for future screenings, benefits and fundraisers. The web site requires customers to register and log in either on behalf of their institution or as an individual.
In addition to the full 96-minute film, the DVD contains English captioning for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and French and Spanish subtitles. Also included are extended interviews, deleted scenes and a few other extras.