From our friends at the Phi Centre, we have a FOUR PAIRS OF TICKETS FOR THE UPCOMING FILM PREMIERE HEAVEN KNOWS WHAT on June 15 and 16 for the 7:30 and 9:00 p.m. screenings to give away (one pair per screening)!
The film follows a young woman whose love for heroin is only matched by her love for Harley. The film is based on a memoir by Arielle Holmes (Mad Love), and is a mash of fiction, journalism, and raw cinema vérité. Directed by the Safdie brothers (known for Daddy Longlegs), the film stars Arielle Holmes as herself as well as Caleb Landry Jones. Viewers get a taste of life on the street as Arielle runs around New York, from its Dunkin’ Donuts and White Castles to its flophouses.
It has won awards and appeared in numerous international film festivals, including the New York Film Festival, the Toronto Film Festival, Venice Film Festival, the Tokyo International Film Festival, SXSW, and the Stockholm Film Festival. The exclusive Quebec premiere is taking place at the Phi centre and we want you to have a chance to see it!
To win a pair of tickets to see the film, tell us the last dream you had in the comments section below or email us your answer at email@example.com. We’ll choose a winner at random from all entries on June 12 at noon and notify the winners by email.
Heaven Knows What is at the Phi Centre (407 ST. Pierre) from June 15-20. $11.25.
Some fine print for your reading:
Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received. One entry per person per email address per Contest Part during the Contest Period. Winner must name one animal. Contest starts June 3, 2015 and ends June 12, 2015 at noon. Winners will be selected on June 12, 2015 in Montreal, Quebec at noon and notified by email. There are four (4) prizes available to be won, consisting of one (1) pair of tickets to see the film Heaven Knows What at the Phi Centre delivered by the Phi Centre.
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