Just wondering if anyone got an email back for the US screening of LDSMD for the RSVP. I am wondering if we should have got an email back or are they just compiling a list and that is how you get in. I tried to call theatre, but it is just automated. Anyone else in the US get an email back?
Ok I am assuming then that they are just compiling a list of names and that is how we all can get in to the movie. Least that is what I am hoping since I am driving 2 hours down from Milwaukee to see it. Please let me know if anyone does receive one. thanks
i have a friend who works at the theatre in san diego and he said just show up and you can get in....don't know if this is the case for all venues...i'd suggest calling wherever it's being shown. STOKED to see it again
Post by franklomax on Nov 20, 2006 18:23:32 GMT -5
Check your e-mails, I just got this an hour ago:
"This email is to confirm that your name has been placed on the guest list for the Oasis screening of "Lord Don't Slow Me Down" tomorrow, Tuesday 11/21 @ 7 p.m. Due to the incredibly high demand for tickets, we have only been able to accommodate for two tickets to be held under your name, so if you requested more than one pair of tickets, please be sure to bring only one guest. When arriving to the theater, please see the Columbia Records representative to pick up your tickets at the entrance to the theatre.
Remember that the screening will be opened up to anyone standing by for a seat at 6:45 p.m., so be sure to arrive before then to guarantee your seat."
Post by Venus In Furs on Nov 20, 2006 18:26:55 GMT -5
I have a question. Do they respond with the email you sen't the reservation to or to the one you list in the email? Because I put my mothers email adress but I sent the reservation email with my own...
What the hell. I have not received anything yet for the Chicago screening and the movie theatre doesnt pick up the phone. Anyone receive anything for this show yet. I know ill end up driving 2 hours and get denied. So dumb. \
Couldnt score any tix for NYC, just got this email to both my accounts:
Thank you for your interest in attending the world premier of the Oasis documentary "Lord Don't Slow Me." Unfortunately, do to a very high demand in ticket requests we are not able to confirm your reservation at this time. However, we will make available any unclaimed tickets at 6:45 p.m. (15 minutes prior to the screening) if you'd like to stand-by for tickets.
i went to san diego/ it was cool.they had a trivia question for a free copy of the "best of" what was the band name before oasis.....duh/
they had promo posters and stickers galore.they had the dvd version with fade away metro '94 and cs knebworth.only 18 dollars with no sales tax.good fucking deal! i enjoyed the bits they edited out of the l.a premiere.the extended part where they are gambling over that "pop" game backstage and noel wins.classic.great night overall
Went to the chicago gig. Great movie. It was rather funny because there were 2 older (65-75 year old) women there. We assumed they just wanted a free movie and had no idea of the subject. One was a sleep the whole movie.
They also had a trivia quiz before the movie for a copy of the cd. Didn't work well just having everyone yelling out answers. The guy running it was shocked that people knew them too.
1. What was Oasis's original name before Noel joined? a few knew, others yelled out Inspiral Carpets. 2. What actor played on an Oasis song, what album and what song? This was funny because quite a few people knew the actor and album but no one besides me could name the song. 3. Forgot how it was phrased but What did Noel name a house that he purchased in London?Quite a few people got this right.
Since there was no real way to have a winner for this contest the guy said he would just look at the back of cd tracklising think of a song and whomever yelled it out would win. Luckily I bought cd earlier today and knew where songs were on back, saw his eyes towards the bottom and guessed out songbird. So it was nice won the cd and planned to give away as xmas gift.
The people running it of course too had no idea of when the dvd will come out. Great movie great experience to see it on big screen even with the 2 hour drive