Win tickets to Brodick films
We’re celebrating Screen Machine’s 15 years on the road this Saturday in Brodick, Isle of Arran, with a special day of films we’ll only show once on the island.
Hit US dance film, Girl Walk // All Day; rare archive footage shot in Brodick between 1927 and 2012; Greenland-set documentary Village at the End of the World; and the hugely entertaining Irish drama, Good Vibrations, will be shown at the one day event, with ticket prices ranging from £3 to £5.
From Monday to Thursday this we’ll be giving away tickets to the four films, starting today with Girl Walk // All Day.
Girl Walk // All Day is feature-length dance music video and a tale of urban exploration that follows three dancers across New York City as they turn the city’s sidewalks, parks and architecture into an evolving stage.
Watch as dancers leap, spin and jump to mixes from DJ Girl talk’s album All day, featuring samples from Rihanna, Daft Punk, Nirvana and Beastie Boys among many more. Girl Walk//All Day was named the ‘Most Innovative Music Video of 2011′ and was an official selection of the 2012 SXSW Film Festival. Please note that there are some strong lyrics in songs at the start of the film.
Watch the trailer:
We’re offering four pairs of tickets for Saturday’s 11am screening to the first four people to email us with the answer to the following simple question:
In which city is Girl Walk//All Day filmed?
A. New York
Simply email email@example.com and the first four people to get in touch with the correct answer will win a pair of tickets to the film.
Tickets are on sale for just £3 each from the What’s On section.