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Joint giveaway with The Film Debate and Last Exit To Nowhere

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Cinema’s Fringes are proud to participate in a joint giveaway with The Film Debate & Last Exit To Nowhere to offer you a fabulous bundle of films and film memorabilia worth over £100!

The prize contains the following items:

  1. 2 X Blu Ray DVDs – Close Encounters Of A Third Kind & Cowboy Bebop: The Movie.
  2. Last Exit To Nowhere T-Shirt – Size & design in winner’s choice, subject to availability.
  3. FilmDebate’s A4 Film Prints, Marvel Range x 3 – Spider-Man, Iron Man & The Hulk.
  4. FilmDebate’s A4 Film Prints, Charlie Chaplin Range x 3, Without Quotes.

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The competition runs between the 12 am on the 25th October and 12 am on the 8th November 2017. It’s easy to enter; there are no tough or obscure questions of the “what was the name of Wes Anderson’s third mistress’s second puppy?” variety. Incidentally (for the avoidance of doubt), I made that trivia question up on the spot - I haven’t the slightest idea whether or not the great Mr. Anderson has ever had a third mistress at any stage of his life, let alone whether they had a second puppy! At any rate, even if it was a valid piece of trivia you could probably find out the answer via a simple Google search these days. OK, so quite enough of that silly digression *Ahem*…

I regret to inform our international visitors that it is open to UK residents only. To enter the giveaway and view a complete list of terms and conditions please visit the following page on The Film Debate’s website:


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