See Gunda, The Father, or Frankie for free on 19th June as part of the National Lottery Cinema Weekend!
Every time you play The National Lottery you’re helping to raise £30 million a week for good causes. From communities, sports, arts, heritage projects all the way through to the film industry. To say thank you, The National Lottery invites you and a guest to see a film for free at Plymouth Arts Cinema.
All you need is your National Lottery ticket, scratchcard or Instant Win game to apply for a pair of adult cinema tickets. With over 200,000 tickets up for grabs we hope you’ll join us to celebrate National Lottery Cinema Weekend, because when we all play a little, fun stuff happens.
Tickets can be claimed from Tuesday 15 June at www.cinemaweekend.co.uk
Booking will be on a first come, first served basis. T&Cs apply.
Saturday 19th June, 2.30pm
Hailed as “pure cinema” by Paul Thomas Anderson and a “visceral meditation on existence” by Joaquin Phoenix, Kossakovsky’s astonishing film is a vivid and hypnotic documentary study of the world of animals.
Saturday 19th June, 5.30pm
Anthony Hopkins’ unflinching, Oscar-winning performance as a man in the grips of dementia powers this film. Zeller’s brutal, fractured film explores the agonising trajectory of dementia from the sufferer’s point of view.
Saturday 19th June, 8pm
Unfolding over the course of a late summer’s day in the stunningly beautiful Portuguese town of Sintra, the wonderful new film from Ira Sachs follows a family that has gathered for a holiday organised by family matriarch Frankie (Isabelle Huppert).
Use any retail or online National Lottery ticket or scratchcard purchased from 1 January 2019 for a pair of free adult cinema tickets redeemable only on 19th or 20th June 2021. Online registration required. Cinema tickets are subject to availability. Selected cinemas only. Full T&Cs apply and are available at www.cinemaweekend.co.uk