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Trivia quiz sees cinephiles vie for film fest tix

DailyNews readers can win tickets to the Windsor International Film Festival, courtesy of the Office of the President. A celebration of the art of cinema, the festival will screen 143 films from 21 countries from October 29 to November 3 at three downtown venues.

As a sponsor, the University has received tickets to distribute to students and employees. What better way than through a trivia contest? To enter, just send your answers to three trivia questions drawn from the 10 films executive director Vincent Georgie has identified as this year’s must-see titles.

There are plenty of chances to win — each day this week, five students and five faculty or staff members will receive a pass for two to attend a screening of their choice, dependent upon availability.

Winners will be selected at random from all correct responses received by 4 p.m. each contest day. Here are today’s questions:

  1. In The Children Act, a judge must rule on the fate of a teenager who refuses a life-saving blood transfusion on religious grounds. What is the religion of the teen?
    a) Buddhist
    b) Christian Scientist
    c) Hare Krishna
    d) Jehovah’s Witness
    e) Orthodox Judaism
     
  2. Which actress plays the High Court judge in The Children Act?
    a) Susan Sarandon
    b) Imelda Staunton
    c) Emma Thompson
    d) Julie Walters
    e) Kate Winslet
     
  3. Which of the following iconic actresses is not in the group talking about their lives and their careers in the theatre, television and film featured in Tea With the Dames?
    a) Eileen Atkins
    b) Judi Dench
    c) Glenda Jackson
    d) Joan Plowright
    e) Maggie Smith

Contest is open to all readers of the DailyNews. Send an e-mail with your responses to uofwnews@uwindsor.ca. One entry per contestant, please. Note: the decision of the judge in determining the most correct response is inviolable.