As the Digital 4K restoration theatrical re-release celebrating the 50th anniversary of Lawrence of Arabia winds down, LondonFilmFanatiq has a pair of tickets up for grabs for the epic’s final screening on the massive Screen One at Empire Leicester Square. To win tickets to the Tuesday 11 December 18.00 screening, re-tweet the competition tweet found after the jump. For those who fancy a relaxing Sunday at the cinema watching one of Hollywood’s most beloved features, there’s also an extra screening of Lawrence of Arabia at 14.30.
London’s inaugural Nordic Film Festival will take place between 30 November and 5 December 2012 across London at Riverside Studios (Hammersmith), Ciné lumière (South Kensington) and Prince Charles Cinema (Leicester Square). Nordic Film Festival brings together a broad mix of independent films from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, celebrating the best in Nordic filmmaking past and present. With the recent wave of Nordic fiction that has resonated so strongly with UK audiences, the time seems ripe to celebrate this area of European filmmaking in a festival context.
Although London Film Fanatiq has a very particular specialty (hint: it’s in the name), sometimes an offer comes along that’s too good to pass up. This is one of those times. After all, how could I turn down the chance to give away the complete series of FRIENDS on Blu-ray to one of my readers? I’d be doing you all a disservice and far be it for me to ever do such a thing!
That’s right! To celebrate this week’s release of “Friends – The Complete Series” on Blu-ray for the first time ever, London Film Fanatiq has all ten seasons in glorious high definition to give to one lucky reader. There are two ways to enter; find out how after the jump where you can also check out the 30 Days of Friends: Trivia Challenge!
With Halloween just around the corner and Frankenweenie about to hit UK cinemas, there’s no better time to celebrate the 15 October DVD/Blu-ray release of Tim Burton’s take on Dark Shadows, starring Johnny Depp. LondonFilmFanatiq has one Triple Play (DVD/Blu-ray and digital) copy of the film to give away to a lucky reader. Find out how to win after the jump.
To celebrate the upcoming Status Quo fly-on-the-wall Documentary Access All Areas Collector’s Edition DVD/Blu-ray release on 29 October, LondonFilmFanatiq has a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky Status Quo fan for the London premiere of Hello Quo! The Definitive Documentary taking place Monday night 22 October at London’s Odeon West End cinema. The film will be followed by an exclusive Q&A with Status Quo and director of the film Alan G. Parker.
It’s an intense, virtually non-stop series of unbelievable fight sequences set to an electrifying kick-ass score by Linkin Park vocalist, keyboardist and rhythm guitarist Mike Shinoda and reaffirms Gareth Evans’ reputation as a director to watch and further confirms Iko Uwais’ status as both an outstanding fight choreographer and as one of world’s most impressive new action movie stars.
The Raid (Momentum Pictures) blasts onto DVD and Blu-ray on the 24th September and to celebrate, we have the ultimate prize give away!
LondonFilmFanatiq is pleased to offer a prize pack consisting of The Raid on Blu-ray along with the excellent t-shirt & poster shown above. To enter, just follow @LondonFilmFan on Twitter and re-tweet the embedded tweet after the jump. Not yet convinced of The Raid‘s awesomeness? Then check out this review & get tweeting.
The competition will close at 23.59 on Sunday 30 September and the winner will be contacted within 48 hours.
LondonFilmFanatiq has one pair of tickets to give away for the world premiere of St George’s Day! The lucky winner will rubs shoulders with the cast and be one of the first to see this cracking new British thriller on 29 August, ahead of its 7 September release.
To enter, just follow @LondonFilmFan and re-tweet the embedded tweet after the jump. The competition will close at 23.59 on Monday 27 August and the winner will be contacted the following day.
Witness one of the most well-known and respected martial arts legends in all his glory, this July, in the visually thrilling documentary I am Bruce Lee (Fremantle Media). Featuring a host of rare footage and photographs, this compelling documentary examines the fascinating life, continuing influence and lasting legacy of one of the most iconic actors and martial artists of all time. To celebrate the theatrical release of I am Bruce Lee (Fremantle Media) at selected UK cinemas on 20th July and release on DVD and Blu-ray on 23rd July, we have a host of goodies to give away!
LondonFilmFanatiq is pleased to offer two DVD prizes up for grabs. The grand prize consists of I am Bruce Lee on DVD, along with a poster and t-shirt! One runner up will also snag the DVD/t-shirt combo. To enter, answer the following question in the comments section below:
To celebrate the 2 July release of Project X on DVD and Blu-ray, we’ve got a Blu-ray copy to give away to one lucky reader! All you have to do is fiddle about with the app that follows the jump. Pick either the Party Name Generator or Personality Quiz and post your results in the comments section to win! (For the record, my name is apparently “Schoolboy Queasy”)
Project X, the new film produced by Todd Philips and starring first time actors Thomas Mann, Oliver Cooper and Jonathan Daniel Brown, follows three seemingly anonymous high school seniors as they attempt to finally make a name for themselves. Their idea is innocent enough: let’s throw a party that no one will forget… but nothing could prepare them for this party. Word spreads quickly as dreams are ruined, records are blemished and legends are born.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the cinematic classic To Kill a Mockingbird, Universal Pictures UK has released a commemorative Limited Edition Collector’s Series Blu-ray of the landmark film. Available from today, 13 February 2012, the digitally remastered and restored adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel is loaded with over three and a half hours of bonus features, including two feature-length documentaries. The hardcover digibook packing also includes exclusive movie memorabilia including script pages with Gregory Peck’s handwritten notes, storyboards, poster art and much more.
Voted the 25th greatest American film in 2007 by the American Film Institute, To Kill a Mockingbird features the renowned Gregory Peck in a career-defining role as Atticus Finch, a Southern lawyer in the 1930s fighting for equality and tolerance in the midst of hardened racism. The role finally secured Peck his sole Oscar gong for best actor following four earlier nominations. In 2003, Peck’s portrayal of Finch was voted as the greatest hero in American films by the AFI. To Kill a Mockingbird also features the silver-screen debut of Robert Duvall, as the mysterious Boo Radley. For both fans of this heralded work and the uninitiated alike, there is no finer way to experience it in the comfort of your own home than with this Limited Edition Collector’s Series Blu-ray.