Ticket Giveaway: Special Screening Event of Hitchcock's 'Jamaica Inn' | KCET
Ticket Giveaway: Special Screening Event of Hitchcock's 'Jamaica Inn'
Enter now for a chance to win a pair of tickets to a special Hitchcock screening event for "Jamaica Inn" featuring an intimate conversation with the iconic director’s granddaughters on Tuesday, March 21.
Photo exhibit during the reception, courtesy of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, features a rare glimpse into Hitchcock’s personal life and behind the scenes images with Jimmy Stewart, Cary Grant, Grace Kelly, Gregory Peck and more!
In celebration of the broadcast television premiere of "Cohen Film Classics: Jamaica Inn" on KCET and Link TV on Friday, March 24, KCETLink Media Group, Cohen Media Group and BAFTA LA are giving away five pairs of tickets to a special event for Alfred Hitchcock’s final British film, "Jamaica Inn," at West Hollywood’s Pacific Design Center’s Silver Screen Theatre! Prior to a screening of the classic film, a 7 p.m. reception will feature an “Up-Close-and-Personal” look at Hitchcock with a rare photo collection courtesy of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Margaret Herrick Library.
Celebrities Fred Willard (“Modern Family,” “Best in Show,” “Anchorman”) and Norman Lloyd (“Alfred Hitchcock Presents,” “Spellbound,” “St. Elsewhere,” “Trainwreck”) are expected to walk the red carpet and mingle with guests followed by a panel discussion starting at 7:30 p.m. with all three of Alfred Hitchcock’s granddaughters Tere Carrubba, Katie Fiala and Mary Stone moderated by KCET’s "Cohen Film Classics" host Charles S. Cohen. The screening of "Jamaica Inn" will begin at 8 p.m.
The winner will be notified by email, no later than noon on Monday, March 20, 2017.
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This giveaway is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered.
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