Win Tickets to Studio Ghibli Fest 2017’s ‘Howl’s Moving Castle’

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GKIDS Films and Fathom Events are proud to present Hiyao Miyazaki’s cherished 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 Howl’s Moving Castle on big screens throughout the US on November 26th (dubbed), 27th (subtitled), and 29th (dubbed), GeekDad is offering three of our readers the chance to win a code redeemable for one pair of (i.e. two) tickets to the film at your favorite Fathom Events participating theater. Simply follow the instructions in the box below–good luck!

Studio Ghibli Fest pro tip: Be sure to arrive early for some fun shorts!

The contest has ended. Congratulations to our three winners!

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6 thoughts on “Win Tickets to Studio Ghibli Fest 2017’s ‘Howl’s Moving Castle’

  1. Seriously my favorite Ghibli film! It is magical and I’ve seen it dozens of times, I’d love to see the magic on the big screen. 🙂

  2. Howl’s just came up in conversation in our house last night! It would be awesome to see this in a theater!

    P.S. Is it just me, or is time going by way too quickly? I remember when this Ghibli/Fathom Events series was announced and I can’t believe we’re approaching the final film showing already!

    1. Hi Kayleigh! You are right, this event flew past so quickly! We will be running another giveaway in January for another Fathom Events showing, of a Studio Ponoc film (which employs many former Studio Ghibli artists).

  3. Our first Ghibli film was Spirited Away and I remember how enthralled I was at the meticulous, beautifully rendered animations that had an equally compelling story line. We have watched the movie on dvd several times already. Since that first encounter with Miyazaki’s topnotch, visually stunning film, we’ve been hooked on Studio Ghibli films!

  4. I love this film! I have fond memories of watching it with my dad when I was younger. He and I are making plans to go see it.

  5. I saw my first Miyazaki film through this Studio Ghibli Fest and will have seen 5 out of the 6 offerings by the end of it. 🙂

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