Kill Me Three Times Launches Immersive Experience.

Kill Me Three Times Launches Immersive Experience.

Director Kriv Stenders’ latest film Kill Me Three Times is getting a limited release in August before heading to VOD, DVD and Bluray on September 9th. The film sees Simon Pegg as an assassin traipsing over West Australia on the hunt for a woman who he’s been hired to kill. Little does he know that he’s not the only one hired to track her down…

Hopefully Kill Me Three Times can repeat the success that The Mule had last year with home event screenings focused around social media. eOne ANZ have launched a immersive experience for fans to get into the world of the film via the website: http://killmethreetimes.com/experience where they can receive individualised videos, texts, emails and social media messages related to the film.

Stenders will be holding Q&A sessions on the following dates around the country:

SYDNEY: Tuesday August 18, Randwick Ritz, 45 St Pauls Street, Randwick
7.00pm film commences, followed by Q&A with Kriv Stenders and Tania Chambers
Purchase Tickets: http://www.ritzcinema.com.au/Promotion/Exclusive-Kill-Me-Three-Times-Qa

MELBOURNE: Wednesday August 19, Cinema Nova, 380 Lygon St Carlton
6.45pm film commences, followed by Q&A with Kriv Stenders and Tania Chambers
Purchase Tickets: http://www.cinemanova.com.au/movies/10012.php

PERTH: Monday  August 31, Luna Leederville, 155 Oxford St, Leederville
6.30pm film commences, followed by Q&A with Kriv Stenders and Tania Chambers
Purchase Tickets: https://www.lunapalace.com.au/special-events+1501+kill-me-three-times-director-qa

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