Posted by Matt Wilson
08. May, 2015
We recently wrote about the upcoming Audi German Film Festival that will start in Melbourne a week from today. Though many movie buffs would be excited about the news in itself, Milk Bar Mag has something in store: we are giving away five double passes to its readers to see one film of their choice (excluding the opening and closing nights of the festival).
Thrillers seem to be popular this year with such films as Who Am I – No System Is Safe, a Fight Club-esque hacker thriller; Bright Night, a tense mystery about the consequences of past mistakes and past loves; crime drama The Kings Surrender, and many more. There are also riveting dramas like Stations Of The Cross, where a young girl is torn between her religious beliefs and the modern world; coming of age drama About A Girl; and Agnieszka, where a young woman is desperately trying to escape her sinister past and gets involved in Munich’s underbelly.
All you have to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address to try to win these fab tickets. So don’t wait, do it now!
Audi German Film Festival
Wednesday May 13 – Sunday May 31
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