KQED has ten free tickets to give away to the 15th Annual International Ocean Film Festival, a four-day festival that runs March 8-11. Featuring over 48 ocean-inspired films from around the world, the screenings will be held at the Cowell Theater and Roxie Theater in San Francisco and the Lark Theater in Larkspur. And two of our very own Deep Look short films have been selected for this year’s festival. One film puts the spotlight on the Californian grunion and their unusual mating habits on the beach (Saturday, March 10 at 4pm.) The other short focuses on pelicans and their death defying dives (Sunday, March 11 at 4pm.)
How can you win tickets? Take our Deep Look quiz “Can You Guess The Animal By Its Close-Up?” and you’ll be automatically entered for a chance to win two tickets to festival!
To enter, entrants must take the “Can You Guess the Animal By Its Close-Up?” Deep Look quiz and enter their email between Thursday, March 1 8AM PST and Sunday, March 4 midnight PST. Entrants will be automatically included in a drawing that will take place at 9AM PST on Monday, March 5, 2018.
Five (5) winners selected via the drawing from among the eligible entries will win two tickets each to the International Ocean Film Festival with screenings in San Francisco and Larkspur. The value of this prize is $36 per each winner ($18 per ticket.) These tickets exclude the opening night party on March 8 and Program 2, and are good for screenings to one program in the festival (Program 1 through Program 15.)
The selected winners will receive an email notification by KQED on Monday, March 5 and must claim his or her prize by replying within two business days, by Wednesday, March 7. A special “Winning Code” will be emailed to the selected winners by the International Ocean Film Festival so that the winners may redeem their two tickets online, selecting ONE of the screening programs from Programs 1-15 he/she would like to attend (excludes Opening Night Party and Program 2). See the full film festival schedule here.
You must be 18 years or older and a California resident to participate. Employees of KQED are not eligible to enter. One entry per person or household.
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