TEACH stands for the Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization Act, signed in 2002. Use of copyrighted works in distance learning is defined and described in the TEACH Act. Links from the American Library Association and copyright.gov explain the basics of TEACH.
Does the club you advise want to show a film to the public? To do so legally, the club must procure a copy of the film with public performance rights (PPR) or purchase a one-time PPR license from the company that owns the rights to the film. PPR can be an expensive enterprise, but the library purchases databases that already come with PPR. Try Kanopy, Films on Demand, or Filmakers Library. Stay on the right side of copyright law. Streaming video shows best with a wired computer since a wireless connection can buffer or freeze. Contact the GCC Library for more information on streaming video and PPR.