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Venice Film Festival 2017: Enter to Win Free Online Festival Pass to Stream Movies

5 IndieWire readers have the chance to win an online festival pass to the Venice Film Festival.

The 2017 Venice Film Festival kicked off on August 30, and for anyone who can’t make it all the way to Italy this year, IndieWire has a solution for you. Between now and Thursday, September 7 at noon ET, IndieWire readers can register using this form to win one of 5 online festival passes, which will give you the opportunity to stream five Venice titles for free online. All of the streaming titles will be from this year’s Orizzonti competition (Horizons), Biennale College and a few other sections. The movies include the following titles:

ENDANGERED SPECIES, by Gilles Bourdos – Online on August 31

UNDER THE TREE, by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson – Online on August 31

STRANGE COLOURS, by Alena Lodkina – Online on August 31

WEST OF SUNSHINE, by Jason Raftopoulos – Online on September 1

MARTYR, by Mazen Khaled – Online on September 1

NATO A CASAL DI PRINCIPE, by Bruno Oliviero – Online on September 1

BEAUTIFUL THINGS, by Giorgio Ferrero – Online on September 2

NO DATE, NO SIGNATURE, by Vahid Jalilvand – Online on September 2

OBLIVION VERSES, by Alireza Khatami – Online on September 3

CANIBA, by Verena Paravel, Lucien Castaing-Taylor – Online on September 4

THE NIGHT I SWAM, by Damien Manivel, Igarashi Kohei – Online on September 5

LES BIENHEUREUX, by Sofia Djama – Online on September 6

HAPPY WINTER, by Giovanni Totaro  – Online on September 6

THE TESTAMENT, by Amichai Greenberg – Online on September 7

CONTROFIGURA, by Rä di Martino  – Online on September 8

PIAZZA VITTORIO, by Abel Ferrara – Online on September 8

DISAPPEARANCE, by Ali Asgari – Online on September 8

KRIEG, by Rick Ostermann – Online on September 8

Each title will become available to stream on the day of their premiere in Venice. Only 400 tickets are available for each film (you can head over to the Festival Scope website to purchase tickets for individual films), but IndieWire’s online pass will guarantee you the chance to five titles for free.

Each film is only available until September 19. You can only enter to win by filling out the registration form here. The Venice Film Festival runs from August 30 to September 9.

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