Come and see The Zero Theorem with us early and for free!

News Den Of Geek 7 Mar 2014 - 18:33

Our latest London reader screening? That'd be Terry Gilliam's brand new movie, The Zero Theorem. Details here...

Terry Gilliam has a new film out. This is itself is reason for lots of us to celebrate. But what's this? Terry Gilliam has a new film out, and we're inviting you to join us at a special preview screening in London on Tuesday 11th March? That, our friends, is cause for Vimto all round.

So: who wants to see The Zero Theorem with us, three days before its official release on Friday 14th March? If you're interested, then read on.

First things first, though: please do not treat this as a competition. We want to give seats to people who genuinely want to see the film. Therefore, if you've requested seats to one of our previous screenings and not turned up, without letting us know, please don't request seats for this one. Sorry to sound so miserable about it.

If you want a seat, what we're going to ask in return is that you shout about the film afterwards, assuming that you like it. We'll give you full details before the screening starts.

Our screening will take place at 6 for 6.30pm on Tuesday 11th March, at a London venue just off Oxford Circus.

So: if you want tickets, here's what you have to do.
* Tweet @denofgeek with the hashtag #TheZeroTheorem, requesting one or two tickets. Please make sure you're following us so we can DM you if you're successful!

We will be in touch on Monday to allocate seats. Hope to see you there...

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Don't run these damn things through Twitter - I hate the very concept of that ridiculous website and have nothing to do with it. However, I love Terry Gilliam movies and would desperately love to go to this screening!

The reason we can run them in the first place is that because we tend to be quite choosy about the films we put on, the film company concerned is happy to pay for the event, knowing that it'll get a reaction on social media services as a result. We're quite open about this, but it does mean that we need to run screenings through Twitter etc, else there's little incentive for the film companies - who have been brilliant with us, I should point out - to put these screenings on for us in the first place. - Simon

I'd desperately love to catch this, but London is too far away sadly... :(

Ahh well, hopefully we'll get a flood of awesome reviews Wednesday morning.

Not sure what the point is in getting people to shout about it on twitter, as afaics it doesn't seem to have any UK distribution at all. As things stand atm, this screening might be our only chance to actually see it. Have the lucky ones been DM'd yet, or am I still in with a chance?

how?!!! :(

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