Film I've signed up to an email service which sends details of preview screenings and also competitions on film websites. I'll post anything interesting when I can, and especially when I can't take advantage myself. So for anyone in Central London:
"We have yet more FREE preview screening tickets to offer you, this time it is for a French film called '8 Women' Cert (15).

The new film from France's most daring and inventive writer / director, Francois Ozon, 8 Women is a comedic murder mystery uniting an all-star lineup of French cinema's top actresses. A box office hit in France, 8 Women has also been honoured with a Silver Bear at this years Berlin film festival.

Synopsis:
At an isolated mansion in 1950's France, a family is gathered for the holiday season...But there will be mo celebration, their beloved patriarch has been murdered.

Eight women, Each is a suspect. Each has a motive. Each has a secret. One of them is guilty, which one is it?

Living in a house full of Women can be murder!

The film stars Catherine Deneuve (Belle du Jour), Isabelle Huppert (The Piano Teacher), Emanuelle Beart (Mission Impossible), Virginie Ledoyen (The Beach), Fanny Ardant (Ridicule), Danielle Darieux, Ludivine Sagnier and Firmine Richard.

For your chance to attend these exclusive screenings, simply send an email (including the following) to angie@sublimemovies.co.uk:


YOUR FULL NAME
ADDRESS
DAYTIME CONTACT NUMBER
WHICH SCREENING YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND (1st choice / 2nd choice)

The screenings are in conjunction with Pilsner Urquell beer, at two of the London screenings you will be entitled to a free bottle of beer.

Screenings dates and times:

Tuesday 12th November 2002
UGC Shaftesbury Avenue - 6 for 6.30pm
UGC Fulham Road - 6 for 6.30pm (Free Beer)
UGC Hammersmith - 6 for 6.30pm

Wednesday 13th November 2002
Clapham Picture House - 6.30 for 7.00pm (Free Beer)
Prince Charles cinema Just off Leicester Sq - 6 for 6.30pm
Screen on Baker St - 6 for 6.30pm

If you are unable to attend any of our screenings '8 Women' is released nationwide on the 29th November cert (15).
I especially like the enticement at the Clapham Picture House ... if only I had a flying car so that I could attend ...

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