Competition: Born Into Brothels

By sizemore Last edited 165 months ago
Competition: Born Into Brothels

"When I have a camera in my hands I feel happy. I feel like I am learning something...I can be someone."

The Raindance East Film Festival is now less than a week away. Londonist is a big fan of Raindance and we've already given you the run down on the festival highlights in preparation for our upcoming coverage.

Now thanks to the lovely Emma at The PR Contact we have two free tickets to give away to a lucky Londonist reader for the closing night film, Born Into Brothels:

In this Oscarâ„¢-winning documentary, directors Zana Briski and Ross Kauffman chronicle the amazing transformation of the children they come to know in Calcutta's red light district. Briski, a professional photographer, supplies them with cameras and encouragement and sets them off on a life-changing journey of learning and self-discovery that may just provide a way out of their squalid surroundings.

The screening at the Rio Cinema, will begin at 7pm on Thursday April 28th and be followed by a party. Are we good to you guys or what?

For a chance at the tickets simply drop us an email containing the answer to the following question:

Which of these movies is NOT a documentary?

a. The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

b. Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media

c. Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure

We'll close our eyes for a few minutes if you want to nip over to the IMDB and check.

UPDATE: Competition is now closed. The tickets were won by Elaine Ng.

Last Updated 15 April 2005