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Swap a can of food for a movie ticket from today!

Swap a can of food for a movie ticket from today!

What: Wattie's Cans Film Festival
When: Can-ticket exchange begins 1 November, Festival night is 10 November from 5pm
Where: Hoyts Cinemas, Event Cinemas, Reading Cinemas and independent cinemas across New Zealand.


The 17th Annual Wattie's Cans Film Festival is just around the corner - Wednesday November 10 - and cans are able to be swapped for movie tickets from today!

This could be your last chance to catch family favourites such as Despicable Me, Karate Kid and Sorcerer's Apprentice on the big screen, and for the price of a can of food, it's an inexpensive night out. Wattie's matches each can donated with one of its own and all cans go to The Salvation Army Foodbanks in time for Christmas.

Be in quick to make sure you get a seat! Movie screenings and participating cinemas can be found on the Wattie's website - see www.watties.co.nz.

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