Win Free Tickets!

Posted Tuesday 26 Aug 2014

Win tickets to Woody Allen's charming romantic comedy starring Colin Firth and Emma Stone, MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT.
We have 5 double passes to give away - just tell us the name of the character that Firth played in the film of Bridget Jones' Diary
Email answers only please to office@wiftnz.org.nz with the answer in the subject line by 5 pm Thursday August 28.
Winners only will be notified.
Set in the he glamorous jazz age of the 1920s on the opulent French Riviera, MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT is an enchanting romantic comedy. The film follows cynical and arrogant Englishman Stanley (Firth), a master illusionist with an aversion to phony spiritualists. Persuaded by his lifelong friend, Stanley travels to the C�te d'Azur mansion of the Catledge family to unmask a possible swindle involving an alluring young clairvoyant named Sophie (Stone). While the Catledge family are convinced Sophie is genuine, Stanley is confident he can expose her as a fraud in no time. But as he witnesses her accomplish numerous supernatural feats, Stanley begins to question his whole rational worldview.
Please view the trailer  here.
MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT OPENS IN NZ CINEMAS FROM AUGUST 28.

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Free Tickets to Rock the Casbah

Posted Tuesday 26 Aug 2014

Pinnacle Films have 5 double passes to give away to ROCK THE CASBAH, opening in NZ cinema's on September 25.

Just answer this simple question: Name the film (starring Bogey and Bergman) whose title is a famous city in Morocco.

Email answers only to office@wiftnz.org.nz with answer in the subject line by 5 pm Thursday 25 September. Winners only will be notified.

Rock the Casbah is a unique Moroccan drama/comedy that screened at the Special Presentation section at the Toronto International Film Festival and stars an acclaimed all-female lead cast.

Film Synopsis: Summer in Tangiers. A family comes together for three days in their home following the death of the father to share their memories and to grieve his loss, according to Muslim tradition. They have left the beach behind and swapped swimsuits for djellabas as everyone gathers in a show of mourning. The emotions are further heightened since this man left behind him an entirely female immediate family. Sparks start to fly when Sofia jets in from New York after several years away. The youngest daughter, she made a new life for herself as an actress in America, but she only ever gets roles as the terrorist in US series. Her return provides the opportunity to settle some scores with her sisters, as the order once maintained by the patriarch breaks down. Between laughter and tears, a collective hysteria leads each of the women to face up to some home truths..

You can check out the trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zud2_-im5aM

ROCK THE CASBAH is in NZ cinemas on SEPTEMBER 25TH.