Monday, August 20, 2012

‘The Master' Screening In San Francisco Tomorrow Night; New Teaser Is Here



Just moments ago Al Rose Promotions unveiled another special teaser trailer featuring a coda advertising yet another benefit screening for "The Master," this one to be held tomorrow night at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco. You will recall that Paul held a special advance screening of "There Will Be Blood" at the very same theatre 5 years ago and many had pegged this as a possibility on his "The Master" unofficial secret screenings tour. Like the Chicago screening, this will also benefit the Film Foundation and tickets will be $10. Believe that my Cigs & Vines partner CJ will be in attendance at this event so if you see him, feel free to say hello.

Get your tickets here.

#THEMASTER70MM 

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41 comments:

  1. Can we get the tickets online?

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  2. Where can we get the tickets?!

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  3. Waiting for them to update the page...

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  4. where are the tickets????

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  5. Someone can tell if this part is in the movie ?

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    1. wow... you don't know how excited that makes me for the actual film. thank you.

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    2. agreed. i was gonna ask that. i feared that Paul might be spoiling the film too much. it's nice that it's NOT in the film. hahaha.

      it's interesting. could it be he shot this material just for the trailers and teasers. leave it to Paul to fully understand everything about movie, even HOW it should be marketed.

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  6. Pricing
    $10 donation to The Film Foundation

    Film at 8:00 | Doors at 7:00 | Box office opens at 6:00
    Advance tickets available through TicketWeb.
    NO PASSES ACCEPTED FOR THIS EVENT

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    1. http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=4866025

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  7. They updated the page!!!

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  8. I'm assuming these tickets can be purchased online, not at the box office, right?

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  9. please don't tell my wife, but i'm looking forward to this film more than i am my child in utero...

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  10. We should all dress up as sailors to the screening. Wouldn't be weird or anything...

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  11. Why did Chicago and Cali have to be "announced", but not NYC?!? So depressing.

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  12. I bought my tickets a few hours ago. It'll be spectacular seeing a new PTA film prior to its official release at the glorious Castro Theatre.

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  13. Sold out online.

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  14. Oh god this clip is amazing.

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  16. I have two tickets available as I was unable to book a last minute flight for tomorrow. Reply to this w/ your email if you need TWO. Must be sold as a PAIR (both tickets are included in a single PDF document upon purchase). Reply with your email address so I can contact you.

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    1. genetic_splicing@hotmail.com

      I would gladly take these off your hands. Thank you.

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  17. Anyone who has tickets to this and would sell them to me - email me at petercpardini@gmail.com

    PLEASE!

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  18. I would love one or two extras - bijansal@gmail.com

    Thank you

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  19. Hello, would love to buy one ticket but if you have two for sale I'll buy them. Thanks. tudorstanz@yahoo.com

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  20. If any one has three tickets (or one or two even) would love to buy them! jaynpettingill@gmail.com

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  21. Would love a ticket or two if anyone could help!

    tjaredfriend at gmail

    Cheers!

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  22. Do you think Paul knew the Castro had a 70mm projector before I mentioned I had seen the 2001 Space Odyssey there, back in 2001? In 70mm?

    I think everybody from San Francisco owes me thanks that this is happening here tonight!

    You're welcome :)

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  23. I need one ticket if anyone has an extra. wickedfreshie@yahoo.com
    Thanks!

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  24. The TIFF BELL LIGHTBOX in TORONTO is screening Jacques Tati's PLAYTIME in 70MM every night from August 31-Sept 2.......The Master sneak preview before the actual festival? I PRAY!

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  25. Anybody see PTA at the Castro..?

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  26. Yes..he was there!

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  27. Yes..he was there!

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  28. Ahh I didn't spot him. Was he talking to people or just seen? I remember close to the film starting someone that looked a lot like him darted across the stage to applause and some cheering...

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  29. Can't believe I was out of town for this! Any chance they'll be showing it in 70mm at Castro after the official release? Did they do that with There Will Be Blood at all?

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  30. PTA was there, sporting a bright blue hoodie. Maya Rudolph and their daughter (who was helping sell rare MASTER t-shirts with other kids) were also ambling around the lobby, talking to people, taking pictures, etc. It was all very casual. My friends, a friend I made in line, and myself all spotted Joanne Sellar taking pictures of the marquee. We started to applaud her and practically made her blush with shyness. It was, like the film itself, a great and surreal experience I'll never forget.

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    1. That sounds awesome. I overheard someone saying something about Maya Rudolph being there but never spotted her either. Did you get a chance to talk to either of them?

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    2. Every time I saw them, they had lots of fans surrounding them, so I didn't want to bother them. I met PTA in 2006 in a Q&A, so it didn't really phase me not to approach him. Maya Rudolph seemed like a nice person.

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