Sydney art galleries and art community have teamed up with Hopscotch for the second time
to offer you the chance to win tickets to the preview of Catfish.
The less you know about Catfish the better. Whatever you learn, don’t give away the ending to others. To spoil this movie is unforgiveable. It’s unlike any documentary you’ve ever seen before. It starts out with New York photographer Nev Schulman, filmmaker brother Ariel and friend Henry making a film about an 8 year-old girl named Abby from Michigan, who painted an immaculate picture of one of Nev’s photographs. The painting is mailed to Nev, and soon a friendship is born. Nev starts talking to Abby’s mother, Angela, and her half-sister Megan. The all have Facebook pages, and soon Nev begins Facebook relationships with all three. His friendship with Megan, a pretty blonde twenty-something, escalates into sexually charged exchanges, and he starts to really care for her. What happens next is a sheer surprise and this funny, clever and loveable little documentary becomes a fascinating, breathtaking, heartbreaking, edge-of-your-seat look at human nature in our digital age. The internet-Facebook-iphone world we’ve built for ourselves will never look the same again.
“Impressively directed and superbly edited, this is an utterly riveting film that is by turns suspenseful, hilarious, disturbing and moving.” View London
We have 20 double passes to give away.
All you have to do is be the one of the first 20 people to click on the link below and follow the prompts.
Good luck and Happy New Year!