Okay, you're both right, I shall refrain from knowing anymore from the film other than the promotional material.
It's really tempting to know more about the film since that some have already seen it.Modage
, I have a request, since you have a lot of pull because of Cigarettes & Red Vines, I wanted to ask you a favour on behalf of Australian cinefiles that want to see The Master in 70mm.
Back a couple of months ago, Roadshow Films in Australia were not going to have a theatrical run of Cabin in the Woods, and it was going to be a straight to dvd title.
Many on the internet commented on their tumblr page, twitter etc. about this decision to be revoked, and because of the demand they were getting from people via social media they revoked it! giving it a theatrical run.
Roadshow films will most likely not release The Master in 70mm. However if the demand could be increased, I'm sure they'll reconsider giving Australian audiences to watch the film in it's intended format.
Is there anyway that a shoutout could be given to Australian Cigarettes & Red Vines readers to give support the cause.
This is the Roadshow Films tumblr page that posted The Master Trailer today, there is a comment section below it (powered by disqus)
that could help get the message across.http://roadshowfilms.tumblr.com/post/29883366489/the-master-2012-trailer
I've also started a change.org petition
, which was one of the reasons Cabin in the Woods was released, A lot of people signed the petition.Roadshow Films Australia: Release 'The Master' on 70mm in Australian Theatres! http://www.change.org/petitions/roadshow-films-australia-release-the-master-on-70mm-in-australian-theatres#P.s:
Also everyone here, I would really appreciate if you guys would sign the petition also, even if you're not from Australia
Just mention to screen it at The Astor Theatre in Melbourne
, which is an 'event' theatre like the Music Box