CONTEST: WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE (TORONTO ONLY, SORRY!)
To celebrate both Canadian horror and the INSIDE OUT TORONTO LGBT FILM FESTIVAL, we are giving away two pairs of tickets to see WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE courtesy of the lovely folks at INSIDE OUT. The film is playing on Saturday June 2nd at 9:30 pm at the TIFF BELL LIGHTBOX in Toronto.
WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE is a Canadian horror that FEAR FOREVER had the privilege of covering during South By South West earlier this year. For more info on the film check out Danielle Dallaire’s interview with director Colin Minihan and the films stars Brittany Allen and Hannah Emily Anderson.
WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE is the story of majestic mountains, a still lake and venomous betrayals that engulf a female married couple attempting to celebrate their one-year anniversary. This film will captivate you with it’s outstanding performances, writing and artistic vision. It will stay with you long after the final credits roll.
ABOUT THE INSIDE OUT TORONTO LGBT FILM FESTIVAL:
In 1991, INSIDE OUT celebrated its first film and video festival with a small community of people who yearned to see film and video created by and about lesbians, gays, bisexuals and trans (LGBT) people. Currently the largest event of its kind in Canada, the Festival entertains film buffs of all stripes, showcasing the best and most diverse work of interest to LGBT communities. Taking place over 11 days, the Festival draws crowds of 35 000 to screenings, artist talks, panel discussions, installations and parties that highlight more than 180 films and videos from Canada and around the world. Since 2009, RBC Royal Bank has served as the Presenting Sponsor of the Toronto Festival.
Follow FEAR FOREVER on Instagram and send us a DM with your FULL NAME and the name of the festival that WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE is playing at on Saturday June 2nd at 9:30 pm in Toronto at the TIFF BELL LIGHTBOX.
Contest closes on Friday June 1st at 9:30pm
You can enter as many times as you want so go nuts! Thanks again to the beautiful people at INSIDE OUT for their generosity and great taste in films.