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Contest: Win tickets to the premiere of Future Weather

There's no denying that climate change is among the hottest topics of our generation, but too often it's discussed and described in either catastrophic, or worse, scolding tones. Future Weather personalizes the issue, through the eyes of eighth-grader Lauduree who attempts to come to terms after her single mother abandons her by focusing on her rural home, and a science experiment she hopes will slow climate change. It's both an intimate film about three generations of women, and a movie about the uncertainty of what future weather might truly entail.

The film has been an official selection at the Tribeca and Seattle International Film Festivals, and director Jenny Deller has been named one of "10 Filmmakers to Watch" by the Independent.

Running as part of the 13th annual Planet in Focus Environmental Film Festival, Future Weather will be screening at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, and we're offering up three pairs of tickets.

THE PRIZE

Three lucky readers will receive two tickets each to Canadian premiere of Future Weather on Saturday, October 13 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King Street West). If you don't win, you can purchase tickets here.

HOW TO WIN

To win, just answer the following question: Which actress plays the role of Greta in Future Weather?

The first 3 correct commenters win the pairs of tickets. Please make sure to include a valid email address in the comment form "Email Address" field so that we can contact you if you're a winner.

FINE PRINT

You must be a Toronto-area resident to win. Only one comment and answer per person. If you include multiple answers or post multiple comments you will be disqualified, and the winner must pick up their own tickets.


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