24 x 36: A Movie about Movie Posters
Rating: NC16 (Consumer advice: Some coarse language)
The art of the movie poster has become something of a dying breed in the age of blockbusters and studio tentpoles. This documentary is here to take a stand against the boring trends that haunt movie posters today. Exploring the world of illustrated movie poster art, meeting the artists who create it, the studios that commission it and the collectors who hang it.
Duration: 82 min
Screening Time: 7:45pm
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TERMS & CONDITIONS (VERY IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ!)
1) As this is an outdoor screening, we will be at the mercy of Mother Nature on that night. If it rains before the screening, the event will be cancelled and we will give a full refund to all ticket holders. If it rains after the movie has commenced, we will cancel the screening and there will be no refunds.
2) For films rated NC16, you must be above the minimum age on THE DAY OF SCREENING or you will not be allowed entry if you fail to produce a valid ID upon request.
3) June Holiday Special 1-for-1 tickets are valid only for students with a valid student pass in Singapore. To qualify for the complimentary movie ticket, just bring a friend who is also a student. Both of you must be above 16 years of age and must present valid student passes prior to entry during the event day.
4) Please arrive 30mins before screening time to register and collect your wrist tags.
5) The event organisers reserve the right, at all times and its sole discretion, to refuse entry or remove any person from the venue.
6) Online ticket sales will stop on 28 June 2019, Friday at 12pm. Walk-in customers are welcomed to contact us to check ticket availability before dropping by.
7) All ticket holders are entitled to complimentary light bites, and 10% off regular menu.
8) Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis (free seating). No prior reservation of seats are allowed.