Contest: Win Tickets to Killer Poet at Hot Docs

Killer Poet has its world premiere at the Hot Docs Film Festival on Thursday, April 24th, and we're excited to send three blogTO readers and a guest each to the screening.

The film tells the intriguing double-life story of Norman Porter, a convicted killer turned prison escapee turned award-winning poet turned prisoner again. Delving into the life and evolution of the mind constrained within the penal system, the roles of punishment and rehabilitation are examined.

Continue reading for contest entry details.

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To win a pair of tickets:
Be the first person to post a comment below containing the word "hot". Please use a valid email address on the form so we can contact you if you win.

To win the second pair of tickets:
Be the first person at or after 3pm blogTO time to post a comment below containing the word "docs". Please use a valid email address on the form so we can contact you if you win.

To win the second pair of tickets:
Be the first person at or after 4pm blogTO time to post a comment below containing the word "rocks". 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

KILLER POET

First screening:
Thursday, April 24th, at 9:45pm at the Royal

Second screening:
Saturday April 26th at 7:15pm at the ROM

Tickets are also 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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