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Win! Tickets To Dylan Newport Film Premiere

Win! Tickets To Dylan Newport Film Premiere

As previously reported, the first ever DVD of [b]Bob Dylan[/b]'s performances at [b]The Newport Folk Festival[/b] is to be released at the end of the month.

Featuring 80 minutes of previously unseen footage, the film by [b]Murray Lerner[/b] chronicles Dylan's transformation in successive years from '63 to '65.

The BBC, Columbia and British Film Institute are hosting a world premiere gala screening next [b]Tuesday (October 9)[/b] at the BFI Southbank (formerly the NFT) - and Uncut.co.uk has got [b]three pairs of tickets to giveaway[/b]!

The screening, which starts at 6.30pm will be followed by a Q&A with Murray Lerner.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply go to the competition here.

Competition closes at noon on Monday (October 8) - winners will be contacted from Monday afternoon. Please include your daytime contact number and email where possible.

More details are available from www.bfi.org.uk.


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