JIFF: 10 double passes to give away

October 27, 2015 by  
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J-Wire has ten double passes to give away to a movie of your choice featured in the Jewish International Film Festival which opens in Sydney tomorrow.

To win a pass simply tell us in less than 25 words why you like J-Wire.

You must be a subscriber to J-Wire to qualify. If you are not already a subscriber, click here….it’s FREE.

Preference will be given to those who have not won a J-Wire competition before.

Opening and closing sessions of the Festival are excluded.

When applying please advise your full name and postal address.

For a full list of films and locations and booking facilities visit www.jiff.com.au

Participating cities:  Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Auckland.

Send your entry to jiff@jwire.com.au


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