Thursday, September 27, 2012

Lightning Flash Giveaway ~ Lawrence of Arabia (1962) 50th Anniversary Event

It's time for another Lightning Flash giveaway hosted by Sony Pictures Entertainment and NCM Fathom Events!

 I'm giving a way 3 pairs of tickets for Lawrence of Arabia (1962) screening on Thursday October 4th  in select US theaters. Check out NCM Fathom Events' official page for the Lawrence of Arabia event for details on where it's showing.

The event features an introduction by Omar Sharif, a newsreel from the New York premiere of Lawrence of Arabia, an interview with Director Martin Scorsese and some extra fun features. The film has been digitally restored in celebration of the 50th anniversary. 

Also on November 13th, a fantastic new Blu-Ray set will be available for sale! (I swear no one is paying me to say this, I just like really nice looking collector's editions boxed sets. I wish I could own them all!)

 You can enter to win a chance to see this here! It's a lightning flash giveaway so please be prepared to respond ASAP to my email if you are contacted. Read the rules and regulations and fill out the form below.

Rules and Regulations:
1) US participants only.
2) Enter by Sunday September 30th at Noon EST.
3) Winner will be chosen at random and contacted via email.
4) There is only ONE SHOWING. If you are not available to see this on Thursday October 4th, please do not enter this contest.
5) If you win, you must reply to my announcement email by 8 am EST on Monday October 1st so NCM Fathom can get you the tickets.

Good luck!


Winners are Merry, Steve and Bill. Congratulations! Thank you to everyone who participated.

1 comment:

  1. Of course, I had to enter for this one too! Do you know, I've only seen Lawrence on the big screen? I saw it once when I was little, and I have not seen it since. Some scenes made quite an impact on me, and I've always wanted to see the movie again to see how that moments fit into the whole.


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