CONTEST: See CUT BANK in Toronto

Greetings Shelfers! We know it might be hard to believe given how many giveaways we’ve had lately, but we’ve got yet another great contest for you!

Dork Shelf and eOne Films want to send you and a guest to the Toronto Premiere of the star-studded thriller Cut Bank on Wednesday, April 1st. Director Matt Shakman will be in attendance for a Q & A after the screening! Cut Bank opens on April 10th

So what is Cut Bank all about? Read the synopsis below:

Dwayne McLaren (The Hunger Games‘ Liam Hemsworth), a high school star athlete recently turned auto mechanic, dreams of getting out of tiny Cut Bank, Montana – the coldest town in America – and whisking his pageant-hopeful girlfriend, Cassandra (Teresa Palmer), away to the big city. But his plan to do so sets in motion a deadly series of events and thrusts him into a police investigation headed by Sheriff Vogel (John Malkovich), the protector of Cut Bank and the closest thing Dwayne has to a father figure. Panic sweeps across the community in mere hours, but things are not what they seem. Cassandra’s father Big Stan Steeley (Billy Bob Thornton) is the only one who seems to realize this. However, the damage is already done and the events that unfold change Dwayne’s life – and the life of the town – forever.

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To enter the contest, simply email your name to contest@dorkshelf.com with CUT BANK in the subject line . Please only one email entry per household. Multiple entries will be deleted. For additional chances to win, simply like the contest announcement on our Facebook page and/or re-Tweet the announcement from out Twitter. Deadline for entries is 11:59pm on Sunday, March 29th.

Good luck and remember to stay tuned to Dork Shelf for all the latest movie news, reviews, interviews, features, and more great contests! Meanwhile, take a look at the Cut Bank trailer.

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