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Interactive Film, for Free!

Playing an active role and influencing the flow of the plot isn't something you can usually do as a film viewer. Tomorrow night, however, audience members at the NFB Mediatheque will be treated to a unique film experience when they participate in an interactive film screening of Late Fragment.

This special screening will also feature an informative panel discussion about the making of interactive film, and includes director Mateo Guez, producer Anita Lee, editor Roslyn Kalloo, and line producer Tina Santiago.

Want to go? blogTO has 10 pairs of free tickets to give away to readers eager to get in on the experience, and details about how you can buy tickets if you're not a winner today.

CONTEST ENTRY:
Be one of the first 10 people to send an email to contests[[at]]blogto[[dot]]com with the answer to the following question: what are the names of the three characters in Late Fragment (depicted above)? Each winner will receive a pair of tickets to the screening tomorrow night. Good luck!

EVENT INFO:
Late Fragment
Friday, October 3rd, 2008, at 8pm
@ NFB Mediatheque
150 John street (at the NW corner of John and Richmond)
$6 | $4 students, seniors, NFB, DOC members
For more information, call 416.973.3012.


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