Do You want to attend a screening of Tonight You're Mine and hang with the Ultra5280 crew, all you have to do is follow the instructions below for your chance.
Attend the biggest gig of your life - filled with lust, mud, betrayal, booze, portaloos and a hundred thousand people partying to the greatest music in the world at the special advance screening of @Tonight You’re Mine at a special advance screening in Denver on Thursday, 5/24! Text the word MUSIC and your ZIP CODE to 43549 (Example text: MUSIC 80210)(Entry Deadline: Tuesday, May 22).
Attend the biggest gig of your life @ #TonightYou’reMine in Denver on 5/24! Txt MUSIC & ur ZIP CODE to 43549!
Tonight You’re Mine is a free-wheeling rock ‘n’ roll love story set against the raucous magnificence and unforgettable sounds of Scotland’s leading music Festival. The film features Luke Treadaway (Brothers of the Head, Clash of the Titans) as strutting indie star Adam, one half of globally successful duo The Make. Arriving at T in the Park for his gig, during an impromptu backstage fight, Adam finds himself accidentally handcuffed to punky girl-band The Dirty Pink’s leader Morello (Natalia Tena – Mrs Henderson Presents, Harry Potter) and they have to spend the following 24 hours inseparably joined together. During the long night’s journey into day, frustration eventually gives way to grudging acceptance of the situation and this leads to them eventually falling for each other. . . The impressive cast also includes Ruta Gedmintas (Lip Service), Sophie Wu (Kick Ass), Gavin Mitchell (Still Game) and Alastair Mackenzie (Perfect Sense). Directed by David Mackenzie (Perfect Sense, Hallam Foe, Young Adam), and produced by Gillian Berrie (Perfect Sense, Red Road, Hallam Foe, Dogville) for Sigma Films. The film is from a script by award winning painter and novelist (and first time screenwriter) Thomas Leveritt. The film was shot in July 2010 at the T in the Park festival in Kinross-shire, Scotland. Cast, crew and extras stayed on site the entire time, camping in a backstage enclosure. The days were long but everyone was buoyed by the incredible energy of the film-making process.