Contest: Win Tickets to Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired at The Royal Theatre

Critically-acclaimed film director Roman Polanski has led a truly fascinating and trouble-filled life. He lost his mother in the Holocaust, he lost his pregnant wife when she was murdered by a member of the Manson Family, and he remains a wanted man in the USA after allegedly having sexual relations with a minor. And he's directed some incredible films.


Roman Polanski: Wanted and DesiredThe Royal Theatre

Continue for contest entry details and screening times.

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The first FIVE people to comment at or after 4pm blogTO time will each win a pair of tickets to a screening of Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired, redeemable between Friday, July 25th - Sunday, July 27th. Please read carefully to qualify:

1. In your comment you must include the name of any Roman Polanski film.
2. Any comments made before 4:00pm blogTO time will be disqualified.
3. Only place one comment (we'll be monitoring IP addresses for cheats!)
4. You must be an Ontario resident.

Good luck, and enjoy the show.

Additional Screenings:
Friday July 25th at 7pm and 9:15pm
Saturday July 26th at 5pm, 7:15pm, and 9:30pm
Sunday July 27th at 5pm, 7:15pm, and 9:30pm
Monday July 28th at 7pm and 9:15pm
Tuesday July 29th at 7pm and 9:15pm
Wednesday July 30th at 7pm and 9:15pm
Thursday July 31st at 7pm and 9:15pm

The Royal Theatre
608 College St. - 5 blocks west of Bathurst
416-534-5252


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