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Win ROE passes to see My Uncle Rafael in Toronto!

Scene Creek and D Films want to give you the chance to win one of five (admit two) run-of-engagement passes for MY UNCLE RAFAEL in theatres November 2nd. Run of engagement passes are valid Monday – Thursday (excluding holidays). Effective November 5th, 2012 through run of engagement at participating Cineplex theatres. Lead star Vahik Pirhamzei will be in attendance opening night at Sheppard Grande!

Read on below for a synopsis and how to enter!


To enter is simple. Just send an e-mail to contests@scenecreek.com with the subject line ‘MY UNCLE RAFAEL’ and the following information:

1. First and Last Name
2. Mailing Address

As always, you will get Bonus entries for spreading the word by sharing this contest on Twitter or Facebook!

Winners will be chosen at random and will be notified via e-mail. Contest deadline is Nov 1st at 11:59pm. This contest is open to Canadian residents only. Good luck!

Synopsis:
When a TV producer is desperate to find a replacement series, she convinces a 71 year-old Armenian, tell-it-like-it-is Uncle to star in a new reality show. Cultures collide when Uncle Rafael is thrown into the Schumacher family household where he, in his own Armenian way, has one week to save an already broken and dysfunctional American family from falling apart. The only rule—everyone must follow his rules! 
The award-winning film stars Missi Pyle (The Artist, Charlie & the Chocolate Factory), John Michael Higgins (Yes Man, TVs “Happily Divorced”), Anthony Clark (Yes, Dear), Joe Lo Truglio (Role Models), Rachel Blanchard (Road Trip), Carly Chaikin (Suburgatory), and Sage Ryan (Piranha).


In Theatres: November 2nd – Sheppard Grande (Toronto)
Distributed by: D Films

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  • Bryan Murray

    It’s a shame when a film company shows little or no faith in a film . Why show adds on TV as well as other media when they will not be showing it outside the Toronto area . Shame on you

  • Member

    @Bryan. Each film is different. I doubt the company put any TV ads on this by the way. Some movies are target to a niche audience, that’s why films open limited, or exclusive engagement. My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Paranormal Activity all opened the same platform release. Once the movie gets steam it opens wider. Another example is Perks of Being a Wallflower, opened with limited engagement and opened wide once the movie gained steam and the demand was there.