WIN tickets to see Loving Vincent at the Curzon cinema
PUBLISHED: 20:00 31 October 2017 | UPDATED: 14:11 06 November 2017
The world’s first fully painted feature film will be screened at the Curzon cinema this week.
Loving Vincent (12), a film completely created using oil painted animation, sees a young man visit Auvers-sur-Oise, Vincent Van Gogh’s last hometown, to investigate the artist’s final days.
Loving Vincent will be shown on Monday and will run until November 8Wednesday.
The Death Of Stalin (15) will also be shown throughout this week.
Armando Iannucci’s dark comedy is set in the days following the split of the Soviet Union, as the former ruler’s closest ministers all fight to gain control.
The Curzon has also announced the films it will be showing over the Christmas period, as voted for by the cinema’sCurzon visitors.
A free screening of Miracle On 34th Street (U) be held on December 11 following a carol rendition by Beckett Primary School’s choir.
The Polar Express (U) will be shown on December 22 ahead of screenings of the classic It’s A Wonderful Life (U) and The Muppet Christmas Carol (U) on Christmas Eve.
Curzon general manager Luke Doran said: “The response was overwhelming but opinion divided and we couldn’t chooseeither, so elected to show all three and popped Miracle On 34th Street into the programme as an extra present courtesy of our friends at SKF”.
The Curzon and the Times have teamed up to offer one lucky reader two tickets to see Loving Vincent.
To be in with a chance of winning, answer the simple question below before the competition deadline of 10am on Monday.
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