Last month we were delighted to announce that the Jesse James Revival will kick off this December with an Andrew Dominik-attended screening at The Museum of the Moving Image. With said screening selling out in a matter of days — as well as an additional showing the next day — we imagine there are many of fans of the film searching for tickets. Fear not, as today brings a contest that provides a chance to attend the first screening, plus an opportunity for fans around the country to acquire the beautiful one-sheet.
Two winners will receive a pair of tickets to the December 7th screening of The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford at The Museum of the Moving Image’s Sumner M. Redstone Theater, followed by a Q&A with Dominik. We’re also giving away one (1) theatrical poster from the film, which can be shipped anywhere in the United States.
Since some called the film a two-and-a-half-hour haiku upon its release, we’re letting fans chime in with their actual haiku review of the film. So, get a refresher course here on the formatting, then see the complete details below. All entries must be received by 11:59 PM EST on Monday, November 11th.
To enter, simply do the below three steps:
3. Message The Film Stage on Facebook (click the “Message” button in the top right corner) with your haiku review of The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Note: please indicate if you intend to win tickets to the NYC screening (must provide tri-state area address) or the poster (anyone in the United States).
We will select the top three entries and notify winners via Facebook messaging. One entry per household. No purchase necessary. Winners must live inside the U.S. and shipping to a P.O. box is not permitted.
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