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Gathr Giveaway: Win Free Movie Screenings at O Cinema!

It's hard in Miami for a film fanatic. Yes, things have gotten exponentially better in recent years, with indie theaters like O Cinema showing rare, experimental, and underground movies every week. But audiences in film capitals like New York and Los Angeles still get most movies weeks or even months before they show up on screens in South Florida.

The Gathr Preview Series is out to change all that.

As we reported earlier, Gathr works with major independent film distributors, including Kino-Lorber Films, Music Box Films, and Focus Features, to bring premiere films to the Miami area ahead of many major cities. And to kick-start its efforts, it's giving away three passes to its next screening -- film festival favorite The Attack -- as well as three month long memberships to Gathr, to Cultist readers.

Find out how to win after the jump.

The Attack, showing for Gathr members at O Cinema this Monday, June 10, is the story of Amin Jaafari, an Israeli Palestinian surgeon whose picture perfect life is turned upside down when a suicide bombing in a restaurant leaves 19 dead, and the Israeli police inform him that his wife Sihem, who also died in the explosion, was responsible.

It's just the first of four films you can see for free if you win big in our giveaway. To enter, simply send an email to cultist@miaminewtimes.com with "Gathr Giveaway" in the subject line. Three emails will be randomly selected to receive passes to the 7:30pm screening of The Attack at O Cinema on Monday; three others will be randomly selected to win a one-month Gathr membership.

Again, all it takes is an email to cultist@miaminewtimes.com to win. But you have to hit send before 11:59 on Sunday, June 9. Winners will be notified on June 10.

Good luck!

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Ciara LaVelle is New Times' former arts and culture editor. She earned her BS in journalism at Boston University and moved to Florida in 2004. She joined New Times' staff in 2011.
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