Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom is currently surging in limited release and we quite liked it (read our Cannes review and listen to our podcast discussion). To celebrate, we’ve been provided with an opportunity for one to get a physical taste of the khaki scout experience. Focus Features has given us two prize packs from the film for a giveaway:
One (1) winner will receive a $25 Fandango gift card, t-shirt, patches (set of two), cooler, canteen, soundtrack. Another winner will get all of the previous prizes, minus the Fandango gift card. See two different ways to enter below, along with examples of the prizing, and all entries must be received by 11:59 PM EST on Tuesday, June 19th.
I’ve entered to win the #MoonriseKingdom prize pack from @TheFilmStage!
We will select the winners at random and you will be notified via the platform you entered. One entry per household. No purchase necessary. Winners must live inside the U.S. Shipping to a P.O. box is not permitted.
Moonrise Kingdom is now in limited release and expanding (theater list here).
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