As the Chronic Youth Film Festival gets set to return later this month, we’ve teamed up with the Barbican Centre to bag you a free night out. That means dinner, drinks and movie for two, for absolutely nothing. Spread across two days (March 23-24) and curated by Barbican Young Programmers aged 15-25, the festival will showcase cult classics and brand new releases that examine youth rebellion and escape.
The whole event opens with a look back at London over the decades via short films from the archives, before venturing into an intimate picture of sisterhood in ‘Night Comes On’. Based in part on a true story, Jordana Spiro’s film details the steps to rehabilitation that protagonist Angel faces once she’s released from juvy, helped along by her innocent young sister Abby. This festival screening will also be the ‘Night Comes On’ UK premiere and you can be there.
We have two tickets to the showing to give away, along with drinks vouchers that you can redeem at Beech Street Café and £50 to spend at Bonfire, the Barbican’s burger bar. To be in with a chance of winning, simply click below and answer the question correctly. Good luck!
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