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The List has teamed up with the Glasgow Film Theatre and Edinburgh’s Filmhouse to give away over 400 tickets to see Northfork on Saturday 6 March. By taking your copy of The List to either box office from 19 February, you will get two tickets to see this highly anticipated film weeks before it's released.
The year is 1955 and Northfork is literally about to be ‘dammed,’ flooded to make way for a new hydroelectric project. The town‘s rugged plains are going to drown, its Heartland houses will be swept away and its citizens are heading for higher ground. With the exception of a few stoic resistors. It is a beguiling story of loss and resurrection, about adjusting to the strange new places towards which we sometimes find ourselves heading. Blending surreality and history. the film is spun in the manner of an American fairy tale that tackles such themes as land, life. faith, death, the aftenife and the power of dreams with a distinctively playful touch.
Northfork is the latest instalment from brothers Mark and Michael Polish, who previously won acclaim for Twin Falls, Idaho which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and their second film, Jackpot. which won the 2001 Independent Spirit Award. The cast includes Nick Nolte, Daryl Hannah. James Woods and Kyle MacLachlan.
GFT Film House 12 Rose St 88 Lothian Rd Glasgow Edinburgh
Saturday 6 March - 1.45pm Saturday 6 March - 12.30pm
Northfork, is released in cinemas on March 12.
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The Glasgow International Comedy Festival. which runs from 17 March — 3 April. is back for a second year with a whopping 130 shows over 18 days and this is the ﬁrst of two ticket give-aways. On offer in this issue is four pairs of tickets for:
NOT FOR THE EASILY OFFENDED
" Sunday 21 March 2004, 8.30pm
Citizens' Theatre , £15.50/212.50
Jerry Sadowitz is without doubt the world's most offensive comedian. And he's exceptionally funny too. A new stand-up show from the man who screams qualify.
Wednesday 24 March, 8.30pm
Stand Comedy Club, 26/25
Loud, lewd and controversial.
Geordie Gavin Webster still manages to charm audiences with his Superb stage presence.
Thursday 1 April, 9.30pm
Stand Comedy Club, £7l£6
This hilarious scouser continues to dazzle audiences with his unique brand of musical comedy. Razor sharp lyrics and an array of songs that will resound in your mind for weeks.
Answers on an email to GLASGOW COMEDY 1‘ to promotionsCQJIIst.co.uk or on a postcard to The List. 14 High Street. Edinburgh. EH1 1TE no later than 5 March 2004. Please include daytime telephone number and postal address.
For details of all festival shows, please check www.9lasgowcomedyfestival.com
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It’s ofﬁcial — Scotland’s favourite ﬁlm of all time is coming to the UGC!
Since we gave away our guide to the 50 Best Scottish Films of all Time in November, sponsored by Orange. people have been voting in their 10003 for their favourite Scottish film. The final votes are in. and to announce the winning ﬁlm. we are hosting two special screenings of it at the end of February.
To get one of the 20 pairs of tickets we're giving away. just email us and tell us who sponsored our guide to the 50 Best Scottish Films of all Time?
Answers on an email marked ‘ME PLEASE’ to email@example.com or on a postcard to The List, 14 High Street. Edinburgh. EH1 1TE by no later than 23 February. Please include which screening you would like tickets for and include a daytime telephone number.
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