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The Birmingham International Film and Television Festival continues with Terence Davies's The Neon Bible (19 Oct), charting a boy's adolescence in the Deep South. The first five readers to phone in and book tickets for this event will get copies of the scripts for Terence Davies's Distant Voices, Still Lives and The Long Day Closes, courtesy of Faber & Faber. Other highlights this week include Mario Van Peebles' controversial Panther (20 Oct) and the closing film of the festival is Antonia Bird's road movie Mad Love (22 Oct), starring Drew Barrymore.

Also, there are 10 pairs of two-tickets-for-the-price-of-one for Panther and the first reader to call 0121-634 4909, for either of these offers, will get a pair of free tickets for Mad Love.