Competitions

Westwood

Thanks to our friends at Madman Films
In cinemas 18 October

Dame Vivienne Westwood is Punk Rock’s Grande Dame. One-time agent provocateur, the doyenne of British fashion, an eco-conscious Boudicca and one of the most influential originators in recent history.

 The film explores her uphill struggle to success, looking closely at her artistry, her activism and her cultural significance. Blending iconic archive and newly shot observational footage, this era defining, intimate origins story will be told in Vivienne’s own words, and through touching interviews with her inner circle of family, friends and collaborators.

For your chance to WIN a double pass to the see Westwood, email your name and address to marketing@ptt.wa.gov.au. Please use WESTWOOD in the subject line before by Thursday 4 October 2018.


The Seagull

Thanks to our friends at Transmission Films
In cinemas 4 October

Based on Anton Chekhov’s classic play, The Seagull explores the obsessive nature of love. One summer at a lakeside Russian estate, friends and family gather for a weekend in the countryside. While everyone is caught up in passionately loving someone who loves somebody else, a tragicomedy unfolds. Aristocratic actress Irina (Annette Bening) pays summer visits to her brother Sorin (Brian Dennehy) and her son Konstantin (Billy Howle). Her lover, the successful novelist Boris Trigorin (Corey Stoll), accompanies her. When Nina (Saoirse Ronan), a free and innocent girl who lives on a neighbouring estate, falls in love with Boris, he basks in her adulation, while Irina is shunned by Konstantin, who loves Nina. Meanwhile, Masha (Elisabeth Moss) fights a battle with her own unrequited love.

For your chance to WIN a double pass to the see The Seagull, email your name and address to marketing@ptt.wa.gov.au. Please use SEAGULL in the subject line before by Thursday 4 October 2018.


American Animals

Thanks to our friends at Madman Films
In cinemas 18 October

American Animals is Centering on unpredictable wild child Warren (Evan Peters) and aspiring artist Spencer (Barry Keoghan), two friends from the middle-class suburbs of Lexington, Kentucky, the film follows the duo through college life at separate universities, as adult pressures begin to weigh heavily on their futures. Realizing their lives may never be important, they organize the brazen theft of some valuable books from the special collections library of Spencer's college, including Audubon's Birds of America, valued at $10 million. 

For your chance to WIN a double pass to the see American Animals, email your name and address to marketing@ptt.wa.gov.au. Please use ANIMALS in the subject line before by Thursday 4 October 2018.


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