SHOCK gives away tix for the Toronto premiere of Israeli horror comedy FREAK OUT at TJFF 2016.
SHOCK has teamed up with the 24th annual Toronto Jewish Film Festival (running May 5th 15th) for the Canadian premiere of director Boaz Armonis Israeli horror comedy FREAK OUT, screening as part of the festival on Saturday, May 14th at 10pm at Innis Town Hall.
And we have a pair of tix to give away to a lucky SHOCK reader.
First, here’s the full synopsis for FREAK OUT:
Riding the wave of recent films such as Big Bag Wolves, Cats on a Pedal Boat and Goldberg and Eisenberg, Boaz Armonis Freak Out further demonstrates the skill of Israeli filmmakers to expertly weave horror and playful dark comedy. 18-year-old Matan is not having an easy time serving in the army; he is frightened and misses his mother. Things get even worse when he is forced to serve on a secluded base in the north of Israel with three macho bullies who will not stop playing pranks on him. When strange and inexplicable things begin to happen on guard duty, he realizes that they all might not get out alive.
To win a pair of tix, email firstname.lastname@example.org with words FREAK ME OUT IN TORONTO! in the subject line. A winner will be chosen at random.
Good luck and see you at the fest!
About the Toronto Jewish Film Festival
The Toronto Jewish Film Festival presents the best feature films, documentaries and shorts from around the world, on themes of Jewish culture and identity. The Festival is dedicated to using film for its contemporary popular value and accessibility, in order to reflect the Jewish experience internationally. The TJFF provides an opportunity to heighten awareness of Jewish and cultural diversity, to audiences of all backgrounds, and to present films in their original languages with subtitles, in an effort to break down racial, cultural and religious barriers and stereotypes.