By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act August 13, 2012 at 4:36PM
Ya'Ke Smith's feature film directorial debut Wolf is probably one of the best-reviewed films on S&A so far this year; it continues to travel the film festival circuit, garnering acclaim along the way, as audiences continue to be introduced to the drama.
Up next it'll screen at the New York International Latino Film Festival (NYILFF) this weekend, Saturday, the 18th of August, at Clearview Cinemas Chelsea 6. And if you're lucky, you just might be able to see the film for FREE, if your name is selected in the S&A Wolf giveaway.
In short, the NYILFF has allotted S&A 3 pairs of tickets (that's 6 total, 2 per winner) for this Saturday's screening. All you have to do to be in the running for one pair of those tickets is to submit your name to me via email, with the words "Wolf Ticket Giveaway" in the subject line, and your full name in the body of your email.
That's it! Easy enough, right?
Send your emails to email@example.com to enter; you have until Wednesday, 11:59pm EST, to do so. And on Thursday morning, the 3 winners will be notified via email, so when you send me your entry via email, make sure you use an address where you regularly receive email, as you will have until the end of Thursday to confirm receipt of my email to you.
PLEASE do not enter the contest unless you are absolutely sure that you can make the screening - again, this Saturday, the 18th, at 4:30pm EST, in New York City, at Clearview Cinemas Chelsea 6. It would be incredibly annoying to us if you enter the contest, and win, but fail to collect your tickets, which could have instead gone to someone else.
This is the ONLY screening of the film at the NYILFF, which I expect will be packed, so it'll be a shame if any of these free tickets goes to waste.
And as there will be 3 winners, each getting 2 tickets, make sure that you have a second person to claim the other ticket you win, if you do win.
So PLEASE make sure that you can indeed make the screening, before you enter the drawing.
Alright, so, as I said, send your email entries as instructed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here's its trailer again as a refresher: