04 May 23
To celebrate the release of the remarkable new film Still: A Michael J Fox Movie, we've got a cinema-lovers bundle to give away, including a Picturehouse West End Plus Membership, and a Still quad poster.
The film will recount Fox's extraordinary story in his own words — the improbable tale of an undersized kid from a Canadian army base who rose to the heights of stardom in 1980s Hollywood.
Don't miss it in a Picturehouse Cinema near you, from Friday 12 May.
For a chance to win, simply email [email protected] with STILL in the subject line with your booking reference for your Still ticket(s) at any Picturehouse Cinema. Bought at the kiosk? Just send us a photo of your ticket instead.
The competition closes on 26 May 2023.
The account of Fox's public life, full of nostalgic thrills and cinematic gloss, will unspool alongside his never-before-seen private journey, including the years that followed his diagnosis, at 29, with Parkinson's disease. Intimate and honest, and produced with unprecedented access to Fox and his family, the film will chronicle Fox's personal and professional triumphs and travails, and will explore what happens when an incurable optimist confronts an incurable disease. With a mix of adventure and romance, comedy and drama, watching the film will feel like … well, like a Michael J. Fox movie.
Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie is in cinemas from 12 May — Book Now
Terms and conditions: Open to UK residents only. Entrants must be at least 18 years old. The winners will be picked at random and contacted via their method of entry. This competition will close 23.59 UK time, on Friday 26 May 2023. Travel not included. Our standard competition terms and conditions apply.
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