September 26 2016
COMPETITION NOW CLOSED – WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT (OCTOBER 4)
Keen to see an Indian film at LFF…we might just have the ticket…answer the question correctly and enter the prize draw…
WE HAVE A PAIR of tickets to give away for the British Film Institute’s (BFI) London Film Festival (LFF) screening of “You are My Sunday” (‘Tu Hai Mera Sunday’).
Part of BFI LFF (October5-16), we have tickets for the very first international screening of the film by Milind Dhaimade.
A comedy of sorts, it is a film centred around a group of guys who spend their Sunday playing football on Juhu Beach in Mumbai.
Described as a “real treat” in the BFI LFF brochure, it’s a film which delves deep into psyches of five young men looking to establish themselves in the big bad city of Mumbai.
As they juggle, work, love and family, the beach football is like a zone of sanctuary and calm – and fun.
But a single incident throws all this up in the air and what ensues is a battle of wills as the characters have to maintain a sense of balance and perspective about their respective fates.
It’s been tipped as one of the small gems to come out of the festival and you can see it for free by entering our competition.
Just answer the question below correctly and we will enter you into our prize draw.
Question: On what beach do the men play football?
Please write ‘YAMS comp’ in the subject line and send the email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 2pm, Monday, October 3.
Now send your answer to email@example.com and remember to
– use an active email and one you have ready access to (ideally on your phone)
– can include a day time tel no (nos. won’t be used for any other purpose than notification in conjunction with this competition).
You must be 18 or over and resident in the UK.
Unfortunately, we will only be able to contact the winner, so if you have not heard from us by close (6pm) on Thursday, October 6, you can assume you have not been successful.
‘Mirzya’ – competition page details – http://asianculturevulture.com/portfolios/london-film-festival-2016-win-competition-tickets-mirzya-bfi-lff/
Other South Asian lookouts during LFF: http://asianculturevulture.com/portfolios/london-film-festival-2016-south-asian-lookouts/
List of film tickets still available at this year’s London Film Festival (October 5-16) – http://www.bfi.org.uk/lff