Win tickets to see To Kill a Mockingbird on the big screen!

As we announced a couple of weeks ago, the TCM Event Series continues next Thursday, November 15th, with a screening of To Kill a Mockingbird in theaters nationwide. NCM Fathom joins TCM and Universal Pictures in bringing this newly restored classic to the screen for its fiftieth anniversary, as part of Universal’s own 100th anniversary celebration this year. The screening, hosted by TCM’s Ben Mankiewicz, will be preceded by a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film, featuring archival interviews with some of those involved in the movie’s production.

Screenings start at 7PM local time, and some theaters may feature matinee showings–check your local movie listings for more details. To find a participating theater near you, check out the Fathom website.

As part of this event, Fathom is hosting a To Kill a Mockingbird trivia contest on its site. Enter for the chance to win a copy of Harper Lee’s novel AND a copy of the film on Blu-ray! The contest runs through next Thursday evening, so get your entries in ASAP.

And in the meantime, True Classics is giving away three pairs of tickets to next week’s theater screenings, courtesy of NCM Fathom! To enter our drawing, simply send an email to trueclassicsblog (at) gmail dot com with the subject line, “I want TKAM tickets!” Entries must be received by TOMORROW, November 8th, at noon CST. Winners will be notified immediately by email and will have twenty-four hours to respond before another winner is drawn. Contest only open to residents of the United States. Please make sure there is a participating theater near you before entering the contest!

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