As seen in our in-house example below the jump, all you need is a copy of Brother Crow (he's the brave little bird with some C4 strapped to his breast), a title card explaining that this is a film from Chris Morris opening on November 5th and the url FourLionsFilm.com. Don't worry, you can download each of those assets in one nice, copy-and-paste-ready Photoshop .psd right here.
When November 5th comes around, Drafthouse Films will be opening this incendiary new comedy in seven cities, with another four following suite on the 12th. So all you need do to win is creatively combine the aforementioned elements into a picture of one of the cities the film will be opening in. And those cities are:
New York, NY (Angelika Film Center)
Los Angeles, CA (Regent Westwood)
Washington, DC (E Street)
Cambridge, MA (Kendall Square)
Philadelphia, PA (Ritz at the Bourse)
San Francisco, CA (Lumiere)
Austin, TX (Alamo Drafthouse, South Lamar)
Berkeley, CA (Shattuck, opening 11/12)
Seattle, WA (Varsity, opening 11/12)
Portland, OR (Regal Fox Tower 10, opening 11/12)
Chicago, IL (AMC Pipers Alley, opening 11/12)
As for what you'll win if your selection is chosen...
Eleven winners will be sent:
-- Limited edition stuffed "Brother Crow" collectible, made with real feathers!
-- Limited edition collectible Mondo Poster (from the Drafthouse's own art boutique, Mondo Tees)
-- 4-Pack of tickets to attend the film in the city where they live
As for the rules, read them in full here, but the gist of it is that you have until 10/26/10 to submit your photo to the comments below.
Official Synopsis: Chris Morris' Four Lions is a whip-smart, laugh-out-loud comedy that illuminates the war on terror through satire and farce. Four Lions proves that while terrorism may be about ideology, it's also about idiots. In a British city, four men have a secret plan. Omar (Riz Ahmed) is disillusioned about the treatment of muslims around the world and is determined to become a soldier. This is the most exciting idea Waj (Kayvan Novak) has ever heard. Better still it's a no brainer because Omar does his thinking for him. Opposed to Omar and everyone else on earth is the white islamic convert Barry (Nigel Lindsay). He'd realize he joined the cell to channel his nihilism - if he had half the self knowledge of a duck. Faisal (Adeel Akhtar) is the odd man out. He can make a bomb – but he can't blow himself up just now coz his sick dad has "started eating newspaper". Instead he's training crows to fly bombs through windows. This is what Omar has to deal with. They must strike a decisive blow on their own turf but can any of them strike a match without punching himself in the face? Four Lions plunges us beyond seeing these young men as unfathomably alien. It undermines the folly of just wishing them away or, even worse, alienating the entire culture from which they emerge. The film is neither pro nor anti religious. The jokes fly out of the characters' conflicts, excesses and mistakes. Crackling with wit and tension, Four Lions is the essential response to our failure to engage with reality and a high toast to the idea that laughter is better than killing.