A Brief History
On Thursday, March 4, 2021, Focus Features will have a virtual screening of Land at 7:30 PM Eastern Time. Please go to http://focusfeaturesscreenings.com/HISTORYLAND34 for a chance to receive one of a limited number of virtual screening codes. To reserve a spot for the online screening you must click on the link above which takes you to the redeem pass page. You then log in or sign up which takes a minute if you do not have a Focus Features TicktBox account to reserve your virtual spot! The day of the screening you get an email reminder from Focus TicktBox and then at 6:30 PM, one hour before the screening you get the email to log into the movie. You will be put into a virtual waiting room – so you can walk away from your screen for an hour and then the movie starts at 7:30 PM. It is easy and the system explains all the steps. Please note: your code is entirely unique and is only valid for one log-in. It cannot be shared with friends or used on multiple devices. When you get the email to watch the film use the device with which you intend to join the virtual screening. You cannot log into the movie on your phone and then try to watch it on your computer. Also, if you would like to be notified of future screening opportunities, I strongly encourage you to subscribe to our YouTube channel, like our Facebook page, and follow our Twitter profile.
Running Time: 89 minutes
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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For more information, please see the film’s official trailer at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOw20FDNnHA.
Please also see the film’s official website at https://www.focusfeatures.com/land and social media channels (Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/LandFilm; Twitter – https://twitter.com/landthefilm; Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/landthefilm; #LAND).
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