Learn Our Proven & Effective Approach to Distribution

Join Show&Tell founder and lead instructor, Keith Ochwat, as he dives deep on navigating our tumultuous distribution landscape – from reaching your target audiences to creating powerful partnerships and more. 


Learn essential lessons from our live webinars and content library. Our course has over 15 hours of content but each week, a new live lesson, role play, or interactive Q&A will be added. You’ll also have full access to downloadable slide decks and lecture notes.


Access templates like email and phone pitching scripts. Reference real-life examples like actual pitch decks. And make use of other actionable tools so you can build on the lessons we’ve learned to create your own powerful partnerships. 


Connect with like-minded filmmakers endeavoring to launch their films into the world in creative ways. We bring filmmakers together--to the same virtual space--so we can learn from both our team and from each other.

Apply what you learn from the Course by launching a partnership & hosting a virtual event.

The Course

Access 20+ in depth lessons, real-life templates and tools used by filmmakers to build powerful partnerships. Here are a few of our most popular courses:

Audience Identification


Part 1: The myth of the general audience

In addition to this video lesson, you'll have access to a post-lesson worksheet to help you apply what you learned, templates and real-life examples that come directly from our experience executing these strategies.

Part 2: Finding your target audiences


Part 3: Grow your audience

Powerful Partnerships


Part 1: Identify your partner

In addition to this video lesson, you'll have access to a post-lesson worksheet to help you apply what you learned, templates and real-life examples that come directly from our experience executing these strategies.

Part 2: Identify the win-win partnership


Part 3: Negotiate with your partners

Persuasive Pitch Decks


Part 1: What is a pitch deck?

In addition to this video lesson, you'll have access to a post-lesson worksheet to help you apply what you learned, templates and real-life examples that come directly from our experience executing these strategies.

Part 2: Writing persuasively


Part 3: Choosing the right images & quotes 

Pitching Partners


Part 1: Make your introductory pitch


Part 2: Reaching the decision maker


Part 3: Role playing a partner pitch

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Whether you're interested in our Distribution Course or our Virtual Events Platform, or the powerful combo of both, we're excited to share our knowldge and help you succeed. Purchase one our services below and get started today.
Full access to Show&Tell'S

Online Course

  • Live Webinars and interactive Q&As exclusively for subscribers with the S&T team, led by Founder Keith Ochwat
  • Ask us anything sessions meant to address your specific distribution questions
  • Role Plays to illustrate real-world and lived experiences pitching and negotiating 
  • Content Library with 15+ hours of in-depth and actionable knowledge (with more lessons added each week)  
  • Templates, tools, and resources from real-life pitch decks, email and phone scripts, and more
  • Distribution Roadmap summarizing what you’ve learned and to guide your film’s release
  • Community of like-minded filmmakers to moderated by the S&T Team on our private Facebook Group
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Full access to Show&Tell'S

Virtual Events

  • Reach a global audience by hosting a *virtual event.
  • Lead a live Q&A with your viewers
  • Make money by selling tickets, asking for donations, and simply collecting emails
  • Stream your film on a beautiful and professional event page
  • Brand your page with your logo and/or your paterner's logo.
  • Leverage powerful partnerships that can help you promote awareness of your event
  • Realtime reporting to keep track your ticket purchasers, donors, and email subscribers
  • Flexibility to host your events at any time and make your event as long or short as you choose 
  • **Three Virtual Event Licenses ($300 value)
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Course + Events

  • The Best Value and our recommendation
  • Get Everything listed in both the Course and Virtual Events packages
  • Apply the strategic knowledge you gain from the Course to distributing your film using our Virtual Events
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*Virtual Events fees: Stripe processing fee (2.9% and 30 cents per transaction) and S&T fee (15% of revenue through an event page)

**Additional event licenses may be purchased as needed.

Success Stories

The Bowmakers
THE BOWMAKERS spotlights an overlooked instrument essential to playing any stringed instrument and the masters who make them. 
  • First event: $7,000 in ticket sales
  • Sales to date: $60,000+ during their first handful of events
  • Launched a national virtual tour partnering with symphony orchestras across the country
“Show&Tell's virtual event model helped me and the nonprofit organizations we partnered with expand our reach.”
Double Dummy
"I’ve started to see the inevitability of our film's success thanks to Keith’s coaching and the Show&Tell webinars."
— John McAllister, producer
Get Busy Living
GET BUSY LIVING follows a professional skydiver’s crippling accident, inspiring recovery, and journey to jump out of a plane again. 
  • First three virtual events totalled $9,000 in fees
  • Led keynote presentations at large, national virtual conferences
  • Virtual events proved audience and helped secure PBS broadcast
“Virtual events opened up a new avenue for revenue to help my firm and allowed a much wider audience to experience it.”
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Show&Tell is a Virtual Screening and Educational Platform created for filmmakers, by filmmakers.


Keith Ochwat

Keith is the founder of the Show&Tell virtual event platform and leads the educational course. After producing his own documentaries for 12 years, he’s advised hundreds of filmmakers on their distribution strategy.

“After many years of producing my own films and working with other filmmakers, it’s become clear that longevity in this industry is about understanding and creating direct connections with your audience. My goal with Show&Tell is to empower filmmakers with the knowledge, tools and community they need to succeed in today’s ever-changing distribution landscape.”

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What is the Show&Tell Educational Course?


The Show&Tell Educational Course helps filmmakers learn from other filmmakers that have succeeded during distribution. That includes Keith Ochwat but also other filmmakers that are a part of the Show&Tell community. Subscribers get unlimited access to all 20+ lessons, live Q&A sessions, full access to actionable tools & templates and much more with their Annual Membership. Stream anytime, anywhere, at your own pace.

What is covered in the course?


The course will provide 20+ lessons, tools, templates, and community to help you identify your audience, pitch persuasively, and launch powerful partnerships. Topics include: audience identification, partner identification, pitching Partners, virtual event strategy, creating pitch decks, conferences, and many more.

What format do the courses take?


Show&Tell is an immersive online experience. Each class includes extensive pre-recorded video content, a lesson worksheets, and real life examples (like pitch decks that were actually used to secure partnerships). The videos are viewable at any time, and they can be paused, fast-forwarded, and re-watched as many times as you'd like.

How long is the course?


The Course consists of 20+ lessons of video content that you can watch and re-watch at any time. Lessons vary in length from 5 minutes to 45 minutes in length depending on the topic. In addition to the lesson videos, each course has a downloadable PDF worksheets that you can use to supplement the videos. 

You can take the class at your own pace, so the number of weeks it takes to complete the course will vary. 

Does my year of access with the Annual Subscription start on my purchase date, or when I start the class?


Your access to Annual Subscription begins on the date you subscribe.