Contest: Win Tickets to Carts of Darkness at Hot Docs

Hot Docs 2008 gets under way tomorrow, and documentary-lovers are buzzing with excitement.

One film that has definitely caught my attention also happens to be one that delves into a problem that is particularly rampant in Toronto - homelessness. It's a problem that nearly every large city has in common, but in the streets of North Vancouver there's a lesser-known group of bottle pickers that have formed a special relationship with their city, and created a unique subcultural phenomenon - shopping cart racing.

Carts of Darkness is director Murray Siple's investigative journey into this strange and intriguing urban lifestyle, and two blogTO readers have a chance to win tickets to the upcoming Toronto premiere at Hot Docs on Monday, April 21st.

Continue reading for entry details.

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To win a pair of tickets:
Be one of the first two people to post a comment below containing the names of two of the three shopping cart racer characters appearing in the film (hint). Please use a valid email address on the form so we can contact you if you win.

Screenings and tickets details:

2008 Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival

CARTS OF DARKNESS

First screening:
Monday, April 21st at 7:00 pm
Royal Theatre (608 College St)

Second screening:
Thursday, April 24th at 12:00 pm
Isabel Bader Theatre (93 Charles St W)

Tickets are available for purchase at the Documentary Box Office:
87 Avenue Road, Hazelton Lanes (Upper Level)
Phone: (416) 637-5150

or at www.hotdocs.ca


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