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The Unbeatables, SFF, 05/08/14, 10:30

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A poignant story about love, pride, friendship and passion, THE UNBEATABLES, follows the adventures of Amadeo, a shy but talented young man and his Table Football team, who magically come to life as t… Read More
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A poignant story about love, pride, friendship and passion, THE UNBEATABLES, follows the adventures of Amadeo, a shy but talented young man and his Table Football team, who magically come to life as they try to reunite after being dismantled and torn from their home. However, they soon find themselves up against their biggest obstacle – deifying the most famous soccer player in the World, Flash. pin/447583

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1 Like #1
Wish it was an evening show as can't make it during the day. Heat added though!
#2
Finally a movie a Croydon ... but it's not one I want to see :/
#3
10.30am on a weekday?

I guess only unemployed people are eligible :-(
#4
If anyone can't go to the Manchester showing I'd love some tickets please - thanks
#5
Sharing codes like this has meant that SFF has lost at least one major provider of tickets due to not being able to deliver their targeted audiences. That means less opportunity for the rest of us.

From SFF:

"...keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

So, should we continue to try and build our offering? Can we grow our community together? Do you enjoy receiving a variety of ticket offers and not just for film previews, and is it worth pursuing?"
#6
SickandTired
Sharing codes like this has meant that SFF has lost at least one major provider of tickets due to not being able to deliver their targeted audiences. That means less opportunity for the rest of us.

This is a problem of their own creation. If they wanted to prevent this they should require people to login to their website rather than relying on codes that can be easily shared.
#7
iambigred
SickandTired
Sharing codes like this has meant that SFF has lost at least one major provider of tickets due to not being able to deliver their targeted audiences. That means less opportunity for the rest of us.

This is a problem of their own creation. If they wanted to prevent this they should require people to login to their website rather than relying on codes that can be easily shared.

ah yes, the 'if they didn't want to be burgled they would have locked the doors' argument ( or 'well, he didn't try to stop me stabbing him). Be that as it may, you (generic you) understand the reasoning yet continue on a course that would stop you and others enjoying the perk in the long term.
Do people only ever not do things because they're stopped, or maybe sometimes realise it's a destructive course of action?
1 Like #8
We seem to have missed the point here and gone off on a hate-filled tangent.

SFF and similar exist because people go to previews and give feedback.

It's therefore not the fact that the codes are shared that's the issue, but that the people who use them cannot be bothered to leave a review.

Perhaps SFF could stop you booking another if you haven't left a review for the last one?
1 Like #9
The problem i find with SFF is that they hardly ever send out invitation emails to me, I am sure other people somewhere have the same problems. When they do send the emails the tickets are all gone as soon as the email is recieved. If they really wanted to stop people getting tickets by using codes off the internet then they could.

I have only ever got about two tickets from their emails in about four years, and I always do their feedback survey.
#10
The tickets have all gone, but heat for the code.
#11
not all gone yet!
#12
Dang non for Birmingham left :(
#13
mystery_man
The problem i find with SFF is that they hardly ever send out invitation emails to me, I am sure other people somewhere have the same problems. When they do send the emails the tickets are all gone as soon as the email is recieved. If they really wanted to stop people getting tickets by using codes off the internet then they could.

I have only ever got about two tickets from their emails in about four years, and I always do their feedback survey.

Same for me.
If SFF don't want the codes to be open to everyone, then why don't the apply 'invited guests' to every code - that way whoever didn't get the e-mail won't get tickets and they cannot be shared - but then some of the viewing I've gone to, the cinema has only been half full or less, so I think that without public sharing, the screenings may not have great attendance.
#14
Another code: Same venues. http://www.showfilmfirst.com/pin/100316
#15
got 4 for Portsmouth tomorrow
#16
mystery_man
The problem i find with SFF is that they hardly ever send out invitation emails to me, I am sure other people somewhere have the same problems. When they do send the emails the tickets are all gone as soon as the email is received. If they really wanted to stop people getting tickets by using codes off the internet then they could.

I have only ever got about two tickets from their emails in about four years, and I always do their feedback survey.

You don't fit their profile. They invite groups of people of certain demographics to get targeted feedback (say young men in their 20's, or mothers with children over 5) so it's not about giving feedback well, but feedback from certain types of people that the studios are interested in.

And when the studios do want your feedback, then you've found that you're in a large demographic that has lots of people wanting the free screening. Conversely, there's people above that have found small numbers attending - that doesn't matter so much to the screeners - they specifically want feedback from a demographic that probably doesn't get a lot of numbers.

So, either way - if people go to the screening that weren't invited, then the feedback becomes worthless and studios less likely to push out the screenings. (and agreed - they could quite easily put checks and balances on that)
#17
Film companies and cinemas can still benefit from people who were not originaly invited to a preview screening, I got I a code off the internet a few months ago and attended a screening. I had never been to that cineama before and thought it was good enough to visit again in the future. I also thought the film was very good and recommended it to friends and family. In a case such as this everyone wins. The cimena gets more custom when people visit again as a paying customer, The film studio gets more people attending and posibly evening selling more dvd's/bluray's when it is released on that format and the person that attends the screening gets an enjoyable couple of hours out.

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