We're Screening Our New Films at Raindance This Week
We've got some tickets to give away if you want to come.
The more observant among you will have noticed that one of the things we like to do most at VICE is make films. Clearly, the people at Raindance Film Festival are observant people, as they've invited us along to their 12-day celluloid extravaganza to screen some of our films and talk about how much fun we had making them.
There are two separate screenings, featuring two films apiece. The first, at 6.30PM on Thursday, will see playbacks of our VICE Guide To Congo and another film that no one's seen yet called Roseboy & Friends, which is about celebrity-obsessed superfans.
The second screening, which takes place at 8.45PM on the same day, will serve up two as-yet-unseen films: the VICE Guide to Belfast and Fraud. The subject matter of both of those should be pretty self-explanatory, but in case any vast canyons have opened up in your imagination, the people who put together all those films bar ...Congo will be on-hand to answer questions from the floor.
So, do you wanna go? We've got a pair of tickets to give away to each screening, both of which take place at the Apollo Cinema close to Piccadilly Circus. To win, answer the following question:
What do American tourists call Piccadilly Circus?
a) "Piccadilly Circle"
b) "a giant ass collection of lights"
c) "not actually a circus"
Email your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you don't win, or you just want to guarantee your entry by parting with actual cash, everything you need's at our screening page at the Raindance website.
- Vice Blog