Cinephile: A Card Game

Contest: Win a Copy of Cinephile: A Card Game!

Cin·e·phile (noun) - a person who is fond of motion pictures.

Do you like movies? Really like movies? Would you consider yourself a cinephile? If you’re visiting ThatShelf.com during TIFF 2019 then there’s a very good chance that you probably consider yourself a movie geek, film nerd, cinephile or something in between.

That’s why we’re so excited to be able to offer our readers the chance to win a copy of the brand new movie-themed game Cinephile: A Card Game – courtesy of its creators who were kind enough to send us a few copies.

Cinephile: A Card Game

So what exactly is Cinephile: A Card Game, you might ask?

Well, it’s pretty much exactly what it sounds like: A card game for cinephiles. With five different ways to play it’s the ultimate game for movie lovers and trivia buffs. Created by Cory Everett and illustrated by Steve Isaacs, Cinephile was created by and for cinephiles. The game features over 150 original illustrations, a mix of both cult and classic films, movie stars and character actors from the New Hollywood era through today. It’s gorgeous to look at and an absolute blast to play!

The game is now available in stores and can also be purchased on the Cinephile: A Card Game website.

To enter our Cinephile: A Card Game contest just follow these super simple instructions:

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  1. Follow That Shelf on Instagram
  2. Follow Cinephile: A Card Game on Instagram
  3. Like and tag a friend on our Instagram contest post – and answer the Six Degrees question below in the comments!

Six Degrees: Connect the two actors seen below through the films in which they’ve appeared. You must connect the two actors in six films or less, but the lower the number of degrees the better!

One entry per person. Contestants must be residents of Canada and the United States. No purchase necessary. Winners will be notified via Instagram direct message. The contest closes on Sunday, September 15th. 

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