Sneak Screenings of Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom

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Special sneak preview screenings of the highly anticipated Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom will be held on Saturday, 23 November and Sunday, 24 November 2013 ahead of the general release of the film next week. Movie-goers will be able to purchase tickets to these screenings which will take place at cinemas across the country.

The film will be screened at the cinemas listed below on Saturday, 23 November at 14h00, 17h00 and 20h00 and on Sunday, 24 November at 14h00 and 17h00 with advance bookings already open:

Bayside
Bedford Square
Bedfored
Blue Route
Boardwalk
Bridge
Brooklyn Comm
Brooklyn Nouveau
Canal Walk
Cape Gate
Carlton Centre
Carnival City
Cavendish
Cavendish
Cedar Square
Centurion
Clearwater Mall
Cradlestone
Cresta
East Rand Mall
Eastgate
Eikestad Mall
Emperors Palace
Festival Mall
Fourways
Galleria
Garden Route
Gateway Comm
Gateway Nouveau
Grandwest
Greenstone
Hyde Park
Irene
Kenilworth
Key West
Killarney
Kolonnade
Loch Logan
Mall @ Carnival
Mall of the North
Malls @ Reds
Maponya Mall
Menlyn Park
Midlands
Mimosa Mall
Montecasino
Mooi River
Movies @ Hemingways
Musgrave
N1 City
North Cape
Northgate
Northmed
Nu Metro V&A
Parow
Pavillion
Promenade
River Square
Rosebank Mall
Rosebank Zone
Rusternburg
Sandton
Secunda
Shelly Beach
Somerset Mall
Southgate
Sterland
Suncoast
The Glen
Tyger Valley
V & A Nouveau
Vincent Park
Walmer Park
Westgate
Witbank
Wonderpark
Woodlands

Sanjeev Singh, Executive Producer of the film and Videovision Entertainment’s Director of Distribution said, “There is huge interest in Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom since its premiere in South Africa on 3 November and its subsequent premieres at the White House with Barack Obama; the US premieres in Los Angeles and New York and at the Kennedy Center in Washington with Hilary Clinton, Colin Powell and Senator John McCain, hence we have arranged for these public sneak screenings. We are thrilled that the South African public are looking forward to watching the film.”

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