Bay Area Giveaway: Tickets to $UPERCAPITALIST

UPDATE 8/23/2012: Congrats to the winners: Nancie T, mikeianliu and Kao S!

$UPERCAPITALIST is a financial thriller about a maverick New York hedge fund trader with uncanny analytic abilities moves to Hong Kong and orchestrates a mega-deal that swiftly escalates beyond his control. Caught between competing forces in America and Asia in a ruthless culture of profits at all costs, he desperately negotiates and maneuvers inside China’s closed, complex society. With his life and Hong Kong’s future staked on a corrupt billion dollar deal, the trader takes the ultimate risk. SUPERCAPITALIST is an independent feature film shot across 3 countries: New York, Hong Kong, and Macau. Directed by Simon Yin. Starring Golden Globe Nominee Linus Roache (Law and Order), Kenneth Tsang (Rush Hour 2), Derek Ting, Richard Ng (Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame), and Kathy Uyen (How I Met Your Mother).

Derek Ting conceived the idea after he moved to Hong Kong in 2005 to work as a producer for CNN. As an expat he noticed that the community has a strong financial community. He was seeing the influx of many newcomers to work in Hong Kong. Many of the first were financial types from New York looking at Asia as a new frontier. As he explored further, meeting more people, he noticed a great deal of the major corporations were run by Hong Kong family dynasties. He thought, what would it be like if these two powers, the expats, and the big families went to war? How would the Eastern and Western cultural and corporate values clash?

The film’s running time is 96 minutes; not rated. In English.

If you’re in the Bay Area, why not catch it in the theatres?

Landmark Theatres Engagements begin Friday, August 24, 2012 at:
Landmark’s Opera Plaza Cinema, 601 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco. (415) 267-4893

Special guests include: writer-producer and star Derek Ting, plus co-star Kathy Uyen, will appear in person for Q&As on Friday, August 24 at early evening show (7ish), and Saturday, August 25 at late afternoon (5ish) and early evening show (7ish) shows. Exact showtimes are to be announced.

Ok, ok, you just want to know how to win the tickets? Read on!

What you could win from Landmark Theatres and 8Asians:
A pair of tickets to see ’$UPERCAPITALIST’ anytime during Opening Week (Friday 8/24 – Thursday 8/30, check theatre listings for exact days and showtimes) at Landmark’s Opera Plaza Cinema!

Hurry, this contest closes Wednesday, 8/22/2012 at 11:45pm Pacific Time, so the sooner you enter, the better!
THREE (3) lucky winner will be selected.

How do you enter?
1) Like the 8Asians Facebook page!

2) Fill out the form below
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Can I enter more than once? No! Why are you being so greedy?!

Prize courtesy of: Landmark Theatres and 8Asians.

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