Join the Walker Art Center as they celebrate Minnesota’s own Joel and Ethan Coen and their 25 years of feature films including Fargo, O Brother Where Art Thou?, The Big Lebowski, and No Country for Old Men. For the next three weeks, as part of their film retrospective and Regis dialogue entitled “Joel and Ethan Coen: Raising Cain,” the Walker will be hosting screenings and discussions of more than a dozen films written, edited and produced by the Jewish Saint Louis Park duo.
Want to win four free tickets to see the Coen Brothers’ film “The Big Lebowski” at the Walker Art Center on October 16th or 17th?
The Walker Art Center is showing the Coen Brothers’ film The Big Lebowski on October 16th and 17th and offering one lucky TC Jewfolk reader four free tickets to see the screening of the film (you pick the date), and to hear an introduction to the film by Elizabeth Redleaf, CEO/Producer of Werc Werk Works.
How to win: Between now and 12noon on September 30th, go to the comments section of this post, and tell us which Coen Brothers’ movie is your favorite and why in 200 words or less. We’ll enter your name in our raffle (drawn randomly with the help of The Hat). One submission per person.
Read the the Walker Art Center’s description of the Coen Brothers’ 1998 film The Big Lebowski:
Or check out the film trailer for The Big Lebowski here.
Get the full schedule of the screenings in the Coen Brothers’ Retrospective at the Walker Art Center on the Walker Art Center’s website. Oh, and don’t miss the Coen Brothers’ film, A Serious Man, coming out in theaters October 2nd.