The season is being sponsored by JVC to promote its revolutionary television, the Dolby Pro Logic 3D-PHONIC, whose technology creates the impression of three-dimensional surround sound with two inbuilt speakers. On offer are: five annual memberships to the National Film Theatre, 10 pairs of tickets to any film listed above and two pairs of tickets to the Julien Temple interview (21 July, 6.30). To win one of these, phone 0171-266 3874 today between 4.00pm and 5.30pm stating your choice of prize (give two alternatives).
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Celluloid Jukebox, the National Film Theatre's huge season celebrating popular music and the movies, continues throughout July with golden oldies like Frank Tashlin's The Girl Can't Help It (5 July 8.45), Louis Malle's Lift to the Scaffold (20 July 8.40 and 23 July 8.40), Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo (19 July 7.30) and High School Confidential (30 July 8.40), and more recent work like Alan Parker's The Commitments, pictured above (2 July 8.40), Saturday Night Fever (20 July 6.15), Rock 'n' Roll High School (3 July 8.45) and Barry Levinson's Jimmy Hollywood (13 July 8.45).