We're giving away free tickets to special pre-release screenings of the powerful new British movie that's packing a punch We've teamed up with Entertainment One to bring you the chance to see I, Daniel Blake, the awardwinning new movie from British director Ken Loach. And the best bit is, you get to watch it completely for free.
I, Daniel Blake is a powerful, poignant snapshot of life in modern Britain and a film that we believe every reader should see. So we're giving you that opportunity to attend a special screening on Tuesday, October 11.
You'll get to view it before it hits the cinemas by claiming a free ticket to one of our screenings. Just remember to act fast, as tickets are on a first-come, first-served basis.
FREECINEMA MOVING PLOT The film's plot is built around Daniel Blake, who has worked as a joiner most of his life in Newcastle. Now, for the first time ever, he needs help from the state following an illness.
TUES He crosses paths with a single mother of two Katie, whose only option has been to accept a flat 300 miles away from her home town. Daniel and Katie find themselves in no-man's land, caught on the barbed wire of welfare bureaucracy as played out against the rhetoric of 'striver and skiver' in modern day Britain.
1 3 2 Screenings take place on Tuesday Oct 11 all across the UK. To find your nearest cinema, see panel below.
To receive a pair of tickets, log onto showfilmfirst.com and simply follow the instructions. You'll Providing there are seats available at your chosen cinema, you'll be able to print off a pair of tickets to take along on the night. But remember - it's first come, first served, so act now to avoid missing out.
which need to enter the reference code 431647, will take you to a special South Wales Echo I Daniel Blake page.
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