Win tickets to UK premiere of 'RAGE'
Thursday 17 September 2009
Win tickets to see the UK premiere of
RAGE at the BFI on the 24 September, broadcast live by satellite to over 35 cinemas across the UK and Ireland.
This will be the worlds first interactive, multi-venue film premiere. Audiences will have a chance to put their questions to director and cast in person, via Skype, SMS and Twitter.
RAGE is a dynamic series of interviews, as if shot by a schoolboy on his mobile phone, behind the scenes of a show at New York fashion week.
Fourteen characters each have a role in the show, from the designer (Simon Abkarian) and his models (Lily Cole and Jude Law), the fashion critic (Judi Dench) and photographer (Steve Buscemi), to the financier (Eddie Izzard) and his bodyguard (John Leguizamo).
We have tickets to giveaway to the UK premiere of the film at the BFI in London, at 8pm on Thursday 24 September
Click here to enter the draw for the tickets (please include your phone number and home address)
Competition closes 9am 23 September.
Go to www.ragethemovie.com for full list of participating cinemas.
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