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Born to Be Blue Premiere Contest

In celebration of the highly anticipated movie release of Born to Be Blue, a re-imagining of the tumultuous and storied life of legendary jazz trumpeter and vocalist, Chet Baker, we’ve joined up with our friends at eOne Films to offer you the chance to win 1 of 2 double passes to an special opening night screening of the film at TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto on Friday, March 11th. This exciting prize package also includes the Born to Be Blue motion picture soundtrack courtesy Rhino, as well as Canadian crooner Matt Dusk‘s recent musical tribute to Baker, My Funny Valentine: The Chet Baker Songbook and the brand new release from multiple Juno Award winner Emilie-Claire Barlow, Clear Day.

 

 

 

 

 

This contest has now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered. Winners will be contacted Tuesday, March 8, 2016.

Ethan Hawke is a magnetic screen presence as Chet Baker, the legendary trumpeter and singer who, after becoming a jazz icon in the 1950’s became equally famous for his drug addiction. Born to Be Blue, directed by Robert Budreau, reimagines Baker’s life in the late 60s after he suffers a beating that puts his musical career in doubt. With the support of his lover Jane (Carmen Ejogo), Chet struggles to stay clean and mount one of the most remarkable comebacks in history. Click here for more info and a full list of film opening dates across Canada.


Also in celebration of the arrival of Born to be Blue, VisionTV will present an encore of Matt Dusk – My Funny Valentine: The Chet Baker Songbook Special on Friday, March 4 at 10pm ET/7pm PT. Hosted byZoomerRadio’s Norm Edwards, Matt visited our Zoomerplex to perform songs for a live audience from his superb tribute to Baker.


Contest closes Monday, March 7, 2016 at 11:59pm ET.
Prize does not include any travel to/from movie premiere or accommodations in Toronto.
One entry per day per valid email address.

Must be 19 years or older to enter.
Contest not open to residents of Québec.




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