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The Divide: Only One Week to Go Until Release!

The Equality Trust works to improve the quality of life in the UK by reducing income inequality.

 

 Because more equal societies work better for everyone

april 2016

Dear ,

It's just one week to go until the national cinema release of The Divide, the film inspired by the best-selling book The Spirit Level. As many of you know, the film has enjoyed successful festival and preview screenings, but this is the first time tickets are on general sale. 

Demand has been so high for tickets that Picturehouse have moved the film into the largest screen at their landmark Picturehouse Central site. This is incredible news in terms of getting more attention for the film and the important issues it raises. If you are able to come along on the 11th and haven't yet got your ticket, please do join and help make the evening a big success. As well as the film, there will be a Q&A with Spirit Level authors Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett. If you are already attending, please spread the word amongst your friends and colleagues! You can get tickets for the screening at bit.ly/dividepremiere. If you're not in London, don't worry, the film will be showing across the UK throughout April and May. 
 
Today the new cinema poster for the film was also released (see below). This will be going up in cinemas around the country so look out for it! There is a downloadable version on the film website at www.thedividedocumentary.com/press for use across social media and newsletters, so do use it whenever you mention the film. 
 
Hope to see you on the 11th and thanks for your continued support for the project. 

 

 

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