God’s Own Country is the captivating debut feature from writer/director Francis Lee, selected to open Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017. In rural Yorkshire, Johnny (Josh O’Connor) works long hours on his family’s remote farm. He numbs the daily frustration with binge-drinking and casual sex. When a Romanian migrant worker (Alec Secareanu) arrives to take up temporary work on the farm, Johnny finds himself having to deal with emotions he has never felt before. This poignant, finely crafted British drama explores xenophobia head-on and features a host of standout performances. Screening at Glasgow Film Theatre from Friday 1 – Thursday 14 September.
“One of the most assured British debuts of recent years” Sight & Sound
“Sensual, surprising and incredibly affecting” ★★★★★ Little White Lies
How to Enter
To win a pair of tickets to the Monday 11 September (20.40) screening of God’s Own Country at Glasgow Film Theatre, retweet this tweet to be entered in to a draw.
Competition ends 1pm, Friday 8 September. Entries after this time will not count.
Terms and Conditions
- Only one entry per person is permitted.
- Tickets valid for Monday 11 September (20.40) screening of God’s Own Country only.
- Offers are subject to availability.
- Tickets are non-transferable.
- Only the winners will be contacted personally.
- Winners will be notified by telephone or email, if we are unable to reach you, we may re-draw the competition.
- Entrants and attendees must be 15 years of age or older.
- Offers and prizes are not transferable.
- There is no cash alternative to the prize or offer and no other prize is available for request.