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CONTEST: Free Tickets to See ABUNDANT ACREAGE AVAILABLE!!!


The fine folks over at Cinema Village have offered guest passes for two, complimentary popcorn, and free drinks for a screening of ABUNDANT ACREAGE  AVAILABLE. All you need to do is follow Cinema Village on Twitter and  ABUNDANT ACREAGE  AVAILABLE on Twitter, and RT our pinned Tweet to be entered. Not too much to ask for a night out on us!!!

Built in 1963 in the shell of a turn of the century fire station, Cinema Village is the oldest continuously operated cinema in Greenwich Village and one of the oldest continuously operated art cinemas in the city.

ABUNDANT ACREAGE AVAILABLE is produced by Martin Scorcese and director/writer Angus MacLachlan's follow up to the brilliant 2014 romantic comedy GOODBYE TO ALL THAT. His latest film is about a middle-aged brother and sister, who after their father dies, wrestle with legacy and ownership when three brothers, whose family farmed the land for generations, return after 50 years.


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