Win tickets to the European premiere of 'Saving Mr Banks'

You could win tickets to the closing night red-carpet gala of the 57th BFI London Film Festival on October 20, plus VIP tickets to the after-party and dinner at The May Fair Hotel

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To celebrate Time Out's partnership with the 57th BFI London Film Festival we are giving away a hugely sought-after pair of tickets to the festival's closing night red-carpet gala and European premiere of 'Saving Mr Banks' on Sunday October 20.

This amazing prize includes two gala tickets to the closing night film at Odeon Leicester Square where you can walk the red carpet in front of the world's media with the film's cast including Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson. The prize also includes two tickets to the VIP after-party where you can dance into the small hours with the elite of the British film industry, plus dinner for two at The May Fair Hotel, the official hotel of the BFI London Film Festival.

Funny and smart, 'Saving Mr Banks' tells of Walt Disney's (Tom Hanks) efforts to persuade 'Mary Poppins' author P L Travers (Emma Thompson) to sign over the film rights to her popular creation. Telling the story of one of cinema's most-loved films, it's sure to offer a fitting conclusion to the 57th BFI London Film Festival.

For more on the London Film Festival, see www.timeout.com/lff, and for your chance to win, answer the question below.


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Suresh Unadcath
Suresh Unadcath

Not having seen it this is very difficult, but two great actoractress's Tom and Emma make for a good film!

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The 57th BFI London Film Festival kicks off in venues across the city on October 9 2013, screening films from every corner of the globe, from major blockbusters to experimental oddities. There will be star-studded red-carpet galas, hundreds of new features and shorts, plus talks, discussions and workshops – and all of it is open to the public. See our London Film Festival guide to find out how to make the most of it.

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