Weekend Film Experience Tickets Still Available

February 25, 2019

The Crime Stoppers Weekend Film Experience is being held at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute [BUEI] this weekend, with the opening film, “The Favourite”, already sold out and limited tickets left for the remaining films.

A spokesperson said, “This weekend, [February 28 to March 3] the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute will host the Weekend Film Experience of carefully curated high caliber movies.

“The Weekend Film Experience, programmed by Bermudian film professional Andrew Stoneham, boasts a top class line up of films. This eclectic selection of films is sure to provide something for everyone.

“We are very excited to have such a stellar grouping of films this year. The Favourite, our opening film, won an Academy award last night in which Olivia Colman took home the Oscar for Best Actress. The Favourite however, is not the only noteworthy film. We are encouraging everyone interested in this weekend’s events to check out our other films as they are all excellent.”

There are limited tickets left for the remaining:

  • “The Guilty” a mystery and suspense thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat.
  • “Big Fish & Begonia ” A mystical animation piece which will inspire courage, adventure and love inside each of us. [rated PG13 and suitable for a younger teen audience]
  • “Disobedience” A story of exploration around balancing the boundaries of religion and sexuality.
  • “C’est la vie!” A witty and side-splitting French comedy that will leave you laughing.”

Chairman Carlnika Roser said, “The board would also like to express our gratitude and deep appreciation to our sponsors and patrons who have helped make this Weekend Film Experience a reality for the 2nd year. We encourage everyone to come out and enjoy the films while supporting a worthy charity.”

Tickets can be purchased from www.ptix.bm. $15.00 for adults and $12.00 for students.

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