What The Film Festival 2019

Contest: Win a WHAT THE FILM FESTIVAL All-Access Pass!

Get an all-access pass to Toronto’s preeminent celebration of eccentric movies and media

Every year Toronto’s Laser Blast Film Society put on the What The Film Festival. Billed as Toronto’s preeminent celebration of eccentric movies and media, this year’s WTFF features an intriguing slate of films that certainly backs up that argument. Now in its fifth year, the 2019 What The Film Festival runs March 1st – 3rd at The Royal Cinema with a video and comic arts marketplace and party happening just down the street at The Super Wonder Gallery on March 2nd.

You can see the full WTFF line-up here, but in the meantime That Shelf wants to give you a chance to win an All-Access pass to this year’s festival – a $45 value – courtesy of our friends at the Laser Blast Film Society!

The What The Film Festival All-Access Pass gets you:

– Access to all six screenings at The Royal Cinema
– Access to the COWBOY WHO? All-You-Can-Eat-Cereal Party + Panel!
– Access to the festival bazaar and party on March 2nd!
– A 2-Issue Subscription to BROKEN PENCIL Magazine!
– A limited print of the festival’s 2019 poster (illustrated by Shira Haberman)

Pretty great, right? Contest entry details below!

What The Film Festival 2019 runs March 1st – 3rd at The Royal Cinema.

To enter the contest just follow these super simple instructions:

On Instagram:

  1. Like our Instagram channel
  2. Like and comment on our What The Film Festival contest post

On Twitter:

  1. Follow us on Twitter (or else we can’t give you details about the All-Access pass!)
  2. Tweet the following: I want @OnThatShelf to send me to WHAT THE FILM FESTIVAL 2019: https://thatshelf.com/contest-what-the-film-festival/ @LaserBlastFilm #WTFF19

One entry per person. Contestants must be residents of Canada. Winners will be notified via Twitter direct message. The contest closes on Wednesday, February 27th at Midnight. 

Advertisement



Advertisement


FROM AROUND THE WEB

Advertisement

Comments