Do I even need to say more than this:
I’m giving away five pairs of tickets to the AFI Director’s Screening of The Fly, featuring a Q&A with director David Cronenberg and composer Howard Shore. It’s at the Arclight on September 3rd at 8pm.
Yeah, this is pretty amazing. Cronenberg and Shore are, of course, stumping for their new operatic version of The Fly, but I bet that they’ll have all kinds of juicy things to chat about at the screening.
Do you live in LA? Want to go to this? All you have to do is follow these simple steps:
- send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- put THE FLY in the subject line
- in the body include your full name. Your real name, as you’ll be picking up tickets at the Arclight and they may want to see ID
- in the body tell me what question you would ask David Cronenberg or Howard Shore at the Q&A. Make it good. I’ve been to too many Q&As where the worst questions are asked, so I want to use these five pairs of tickets to stack the deck in favor of decent questions.
That’s it. I’m closing this contest on Monday, so you’ll be notified if you won tickets at that time.
If you don’t want to wait for me to give you free tickets, you can buy them at the Arclight by clicking here.
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