Check out the new movie BECOMING COUSTEAU with a free screening this weekend!
Anyone else love documentaries? They’re even better when you have an avid interest in the source material…and still better when you can see them for FREE!
The new documentary BECOMING COUSTEAU hits theaters October 22, but this weekend you can see it for free in Oakdale and Eden Prairie!
About BECOMING COUSTEAU:
In BECOMING COUSTEAU, from National Geographic Documentary Films, two-time Academy Award-nominated filmmaker LIZ GARBUS (“All In: The Fight for Democracy,” “What Happened, Miss Simone?”) poured through 550 hours of archival material and rarely-seen footage to let Cousteau’s films, words and recollections tell his own story.
The film has been warmly received at many Fall Festivals, including Telluride, Toronto, and BFI London, where it won the Grierson Award for Best Documentary. It also received two Critics Choice Award nominations for BEST DOCUMENTARY and BEST DIRECTOR just this week!
Please note: BECOMING COUSTEAU is rated PG-13 and has a runtime of 1 hour, 36 minutes.
BECOMING COUSTEAU Free Screening
BECOMING COUSTEAU will be in theaters October 22, and you can get FREE passes to it at select locations THIS WEEKEND!
To get your free passes, you’ll need to RSVP HERE. Enter your name and email address, then select which theater location and time you’d like to see the film. Options include:
- Friday, 10/22 at 6:45 pm | Marcus Cinemas Oakdale 17
- Friday, 10/22 at 8 pm | AMC Eden Prairie 18
- Saturday, 10/23 at 6:45 pm | Marcus Cinemas Oakdale 17
- Saturday, 10/23 at 8 pm | AMC Eden Prairie 18
- Sunday, 10/24 at 1 pm | Marcus Cinemas Oakdale 17
- Sunday, 10/24 at 3 pm | AMC Eden Prairie 18
You’ll then receive confirmation of your RSVP and your attendance via email. You must RSVP to get free admission.
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