Which Valentine's inspired film will you be a part of with 360 Screenings?

This Valentine’s Day try something different as you immerse yourself in the excitement that is 360 Screenings.

At each 360 Screening, theatre go-er becomes theatre participant, as you weave your way through scenes of the secret film that will be screened. Full of excitement and allure, the venue for the screening is only emailed to guests 24 hours in advance and with suggestions on how to dress for the experience.

As you enjoy the atmosphere sipping on your bevvy of choice and nibbling a little nosh, you also have a chance to mingle alongside actors who portray characters and unravel scenes from the film right before your eyes—can you guess what will be screened before the big reveal?

Hailed by all who have attended the sold out screenings and what the Globe and Mail refers to as “much bigger than surround sound” this is one event you don’t want to miss.

So, you want to win a pair of tickets to the next Valentine’s Day 360 experience? Read on!

How to Win? It’s simple! Complete any of the following, with bonus entries for doing more than one!

1. Leave a comment telling us which RomCom is your favourite and why.

2. Follow theSceneinTO and 360 Screenings on Twitter and tweet the following with us:

Make me a part of the @360Screenings VDay experience c/o @theSceneinTO! Because you had me at #contest

4. Subscribe to TheSceneinTO emails on our homepage.

Contest runs through February 9th.

*Please note: The 360 Screening experience will be held at a secret location in Toronto on February 14, 7pm.

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Every 360 Screening is a unique event featuring experiences inspired by the film.  Audience members could find themselves leaving notes for loved ones during a zombie apocalypse, captivated by an undercover street fight or having fortunes read by a psychic medium. Created by Toronto’s Ned Loach and Robert Gontier, 360 Screenings is unlike any cinematic experience in Canada, allowing the audience to not only watch but to step into the film.  Previous screenings have included Fight Club, Ghost and 28 Days Later, all of which played to sold-out audiences and received rave reviews.
 
LOCATION: Secret until 24 hours in advance

DATE: February 14th 2013, 7:00PM

COST: $60 – $40 for art workers/under 30. Cash bar.

TICKETS: http://360screenings.ticketleap.com/360-screenings-february2013/

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9 Responses

  1. Sophia

    I think my favourite rom-com is Bridget Jones’s Diary. Renée Zellweger nailed the role of Bridget, playing her as a flawed but endearing girl looking for love. I mean, how could you not root for her? Plus, that “fight” scene between Hugh Grant and Colin Firth was comedic gold!

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  2. Tiffany Gooch

    My favourite RomCom is “Definitely, Maybe”. I think what makes it so special is that it’s so honest about the human experience. Love is complicated, and never on time, it hurts and sometimes it ends, people drift in and out of your life and there may never be a fairy tale ending. Friends become lovers only to dissipate into acquaintances. Your career gets in the way, you get in your way, and all of it falls apart or comes together in a beautiful moment. Everyone has a story like that.

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  3. Geraldine D.

    My favourite Rom Com is The Notebook. I just love that movie!

    I tweeted @GingerGeri and subscribed

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  4. Annie

    My favourite RomCom is definitely You’ve Got Mail with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks. It’s a charming love story and you’re rooting for them to “find” each other. Watching it always makes me nostalgic, they don’t make RomComs like this anymore..

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  5. Kate

    I love anything by John Hughes. He completely captures the emotional heart of teens. All that angst and longing! And Anthony Michael Hall! (pre-crazy)

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  6. Annette Chai

    My favourite RomCom is The Princess Bride. It has everything you would want in a movie, and it appeals to the entire family.

    As it says in the introduction: It has, “Fencing. Fighting. Torture. Poison. True love. Hate. Revenge. Giants. Hunters. Bad men. Good men. Beautifulest ladies. Snakes. Spiders. Beasts of all natures and descriptions. Pain. Death. Brave men. Coward men. Strongest men. Chases. Escapes. Lies. Truths. Passion. Miracles.”

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  7. Maryam

    My favourite romantic comedy definitely has to be “Love Actually”. Although it’s technically Christmas oriented, it remains to be the perfect combination of wit, charm and romance. Often movies that contain so many well-known actors and actresses fall short, or seem incredibly forced, but Richard Curtis did a brilliant job in weaving everyone’s tales fluidly. It’s been a decade since its release, yet it remains a classic and brilliant RomCom!

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  8. Gabriella Warger

    My favourite romantic comedy is The Notebook because the more I watch it, the more I cry throughout the film (tears of happiness and sadness). It’s a beautiful love story.

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  9. Jacob Madigan

    Thats a tough one… but my favorite would have to be 500 days of summer, it hit me by surprise and I loved every frame. It was creative, different and very much stylish. The music was my favorite part, the film had a booming soundtrack and opened my ears to music in which Id never knew Id like… JGL and Zooey were magical, they’re performance were incredibly well done, they were… real.
    “Its love, its not Santa Claus”

    …would silver linings count? lol

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