WINNERS ANNOUNCED!: Win Tickets to Studio Ghibli Fest 2017’s Presentation of ‘My Neighbor Totoro’

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UPDATE: We chose not three, but FOUR winners for pairs of tickets to this weekend’s presentation of My Neighbor Totoro. Scroll to the bottom of the post to see who won! Ticket redemption codes are expected to be emailed to the winners some time on Friday, 23 June 2017.

As GeekDad announced last week, we are excited about Studio Ghibli Fest 2017, which starts on June 25th and 26th. GKIDS Films and Fathom Events are proud to present six of Hiyao Miyazaki’s cherish animated films, one per month from June through November 2017. See our announcement post for the full schedule and links to purchasing tickets and passes.

To celebrate this coming weekend’s re-release of My Neighbor Totoro on the big screen throughout the US, GeekDad is offering three of our readers the chance to win a code redeemable for one pair (i.e. two) of tickets to the film at your favorite Fathom Events participating theater. Simply follow the instructions in the box below — good luck!

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The Fine Print:

  • Giveaway prize must be redeemed at a Fathom Events-participating theater. Before entering, I recommend you check Fathom’s website to see if there’s a participating theater near you.
  • Giveaway winners will be selected by Friday, 23 June 2017 and notified via email.
  • Giveaway winners (of which there will be three total) will each receive one code redeemable through the Fathom Events website for purchasing two tickets to My Neighbor Totoro.
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17 thoughts on “WINNERS ANNOUNCED!: Win Tickets to Studio Ghibli Fest 2017’s Presentation of ‘My Neighbor Totoro’

  1. With as much as I’ve been watching it with my daughter lately, I think Ponyo might be my favorite of the films.

  2. While I already own all these Ghilbi movies, it would be truly excellent to see Totoro on the big screen. Thanks for the opportunity.

  3. I watched a pirated copy of Tonari no Totoro on VHS, in Japanese, when it first came out. It was love at first sight . . .

  4. It is very difficult to pick my favorite. My wife and I have talked about this several times. I always end up choosing Spirited Away and for her it’s My Neighbor Totoro. I hope to win this for her! Thanks!

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