Freedom Writers: Teacher Appreciation Week at AMC Theatres

I know that some of my readers are teachers, so I thought I’d share this fun info:

In appreciation of teachers across the U.S. and Canada who give endlessly and enrich so many lives, AMC and Paramount Pictures are offering teachers* an exclusive opportunity to see the highly acclaimed film “FREEDOM WRITERS” for FREE!

Dates: January 26 to February 1, 2007

Freedom Writers stars Hilary Swank, who portrays an idealistic English teacher who begins teaching at a Long Beach, Calif., high school and tries to overcome racial intolerance among her students.

To receive one free ticket to see the film, teachers must present a school-issued ID or pay stub and a valid photo ID.

Passes to school teachers will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last at participating theatres in the AMC system including: AMC Loews theatres, AMC Star theatres, AMC Magic Johnson theatres and AMC Cineplex Odeon theatres throughout the United States and Canada. Limit one pass per school teacher. Please arrive early.

*Teachers for grades kindergarten through 12 are eligible for this offer.



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3 comments on “Freedom Writers: Teacher Appreciation Week at AMC Theatres
  1. Laura says:

    This sounds like a fascinating movie. I wish I were an English teacher.

  2. Peggy says:

    It’s nice they are giving a little something back to teachers. I admire them for taking on a tough, yet important, job that doesn’t always get the respect it deserves.

  3. This is a great movie. Makes me want to be a teacher.

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