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Monday, January 27, 2020

Alamo Drafthouse breaks its No-Ads policy on Valentine's Day (for a good cause)


*To guests who want to put their Valentine’s Day
love notes on the biggest screen possible.

Austin, TX --- January 27, 2019 --- Austin-based cinema-eatery Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is offering guests in each of its 41 locations a cinematically sweet way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, whether as a couples night, a singles solidarity night, or if you’re just taking yourself out – by purchasing a totally open-ended 60-character message to run on the big screen, with proceeds benefiting relief efforts in Puerto Rico and Australia.

“These love notes aren't just for couples – last year one guy even sent a love note to himself," says Tim League, founder and CEO of Alamo Drafthouse. “I’m happy we’re able to harness the power of love to help two very good causes.”
From now until Friday, February 7th, guests who purchase advance tickets for screenings on February 14th have the option to purchase a $5 Love Note, with funds raised being split between UNIDOS Disaster Relief & Recovery Program to Support Puerto Rico and GlobalGiving's Australia Wildfire Relief Fund). The company’s Alamo Gives initiative will also contribute $5,000 to each cause.

Guests who purchase a Love Note will also be entered into a sweepstakes where they could win the ultimate Valentine’s Day gift – a free year of movies via Alamo Drafthouse’s Season Pass membership program for them and their friend or sweetheart. Alamo Drafthouse’s creative team will also work with the winner to have the prize delivered in-person by any costumed movie character they choose.

Love Notes are available now at for purchase with tickets to any screening currently on sale for February 14th – with more titles being added later this month like BIRDS OF PREY, DOWNHILL, and A PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE. Much of Alamo Drafthouse’s “Bad Romance”-themed repertory programming for February is currently on sale and can be found at Titles may vary by location, but include:

A multi-course feast pairing of food, drink, and 2018’s CRAZY RICH ASIANS.
A feast screening of the Patrick Swayze classic from 1990, GHOST.
A “Love Bites”-themed interactive Video Dance Party.
An interactive Movie Party celebration of the 2004 adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.
BOOMERANG, one of Eddie Murphy’s greatest (and most underrated) films, a 1992 romantic comedy pairing him with Halle Berry.
One of the most imaginative, poignant, and sweetly romantic films ever made, director Michel Gondry and screenwriter Charlie Kaufman’s 2004 ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND.
A fizzy “Champagne Cinema” celebration of 2005’s Keira Knightley-led adaptation of Jane Austen’s PRIDE & PREJUDICE.
David Lynch’s 1990 black comedy romance WILD AT HEART, starring Nicolas Cage, Laura Dern, and a snakeskin jacket.
A special “Afternoon Tea” screening of Daniel Day-Lewis’ triumphant 2017 swan song in Paul Thomas Anderson’s PHANTOM THREAD.
Screenings of two very twisted romances – Jordan Peele’s 2017 megahit GET OUT, and Francis Ford Coppola’s 1992 adaptation of BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA.
Beloved 1937 screwball comedy THE AWFUL TRUTH, starring Irene Dunne and Cary Grant.

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