This Giveaway Is A Movie-Lover's Dream

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The Tribeca Film Festival has long been one of our favorites. Founded in 2002 to bring life back to lower Manhattan after 9/11, it's become a force both in the film world and NYC itself. Each year, there is a new crop of indie movies, documentaries, and foreign films to check out, and this year is no different. Except for the fact that we're giving away two Hudson Passes, plus $1,000.

Yep, we teamed up with ActuallySheCan℠ to send a reader and a friend to the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival presented by AT&T (April 13 to 24). Besides being able to attend screenings, the winner can go to panels with filmmakers and interactive installations (with the $1,000, it's a $3,500 value). Pretty great, right?

Enter for the chance to win here*, and start planning your lineup now.

*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of the 48 contiguous United States (excluding Rhode Island) and Washington, D.C., age 18 and over. Void where prohibited. Approximate retail value of the contest prize is $3,500 (USD). Odds of winning depend on number of entries received. Entries must be received between March 24, 2016 and April 5, 2016. Eligibility requirements and restrictions apply. Please see complete sweepstakes official rules here.
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