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ALL PASSES CLAIMED – FREE Advance Screening Passes to ‘LINCOLN’ In PLANO, TX

CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED – All winners have been notified. Thanks for your interest in DreamWorks Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox’s Lincoln.


Go,See,Talk is partnering with DreamWorks Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox to give 75 Dallas area film fans FREE passes (good for you +1 guest) to an “Advance Screening” of  Steven Spielberg’s latest film Lincoln starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, David Strathairn, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, James Spader, Hal Holbrook and Tommy Lee Jones. SIF

The screening will take place in PLANO, TX on Thursday, November 8th at 7:30PM. Winners will be notified no later than Wednesday, November 7th.

So how do you claim/win them?? Simple. Read below to see our two entry methods (remember to include your email address) and we’ll send you your SeeItFirst e-ticket code…but it’s first come, first served so act fast!!

Abraham Lincoln is known for being a very stern president and Daniel Day-Lewis has perfectly captured that iconic stoned faced visage. So to get your FREE ticket to LINCOLN, just for fun, we’re asking you to email us a quick photo of your best impression of the tight-lipped and pensive Abraham Lincoln. Email your entry to

Buuuut, if you don’t want to (though you really should, it’ll totally help your chances of winning) you can also claim your FREE ticket by telling us your answer to BOTH questions: 

  • A.) What’s your favorite Spielberg film of all time? 
  • B.) What other historical figure would you like to see Spielberg take on in his next film?

Be one of the first 75 people to email us your LINCOLN photo (or answer BOTH questions in the comment section) and you’ll secure your SeeItFirst e-ticket code which will be sent to your email address. Thanks for your interest and hope to see you at the Cinema!! Little reminder though, this ticket is not an assigned seat, just admittance to the theater. Be sure to arrive at least one hour before the screening to help you secure a good seat. Thanks for your interest in DreamWorks Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox‘s Lincoln.

For updates leading up to its release, be sure to “LikeLincoln on Facebook and follow the film on Twitter at @Lincolnmovie.


  • Ann Pellegrino

    My favorite Spielberg film is “War Horse” and I’d love to see Spielberg make a film about Albert Einstein.

  • Ron

    I like a lot of Spielberg films, but my favorite has to be Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. I’d like to see a Spielberg movie about John Lennon and The Beatles.

  • Susan

    My favorite Spielberg fim is the first Indiana Jones movie. I’d love to see a film about Paul Revere.

  • Ross Kirshner

    A.) What’s your favorite Spielberg film of all time?
    Hands down A.I. vastly underated

    B.) What other historical figure would you like to see Spielberg take on in his next film?Does Doctor Who count as a historical figure?if not

  • Voicedude

    Howdy guys!! Would love to win passes:-) A.) What’s your favorite Spielberg film of all time? Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind would be the answer to that question 🙂 I remember when it came out I got to see it at the Cinerama Dome in Los Angeles the day it opened – I was one of the 1st people in the world to see the film in the theater! It’s really quite a masterpiece. Of course so is Raiders of the Lost Ark, War Horse etc. B.) What other historical figure would you like to see Spielberg take on in his next film?Hands down?……… Benjamin Franklin!! Now there is a figure who unquestionably changed our world… Yet I don’t think anybody has ever made a good movie if any about this figure. Honestly, I probably rather see a movie based on Benjamin Franklin than Lincoln… But don’t let that dissuade you from offering me passes LOL! 🙂 Ari Ross –

  • Honey Badger

    Hmmmm. Favorite Speilberg film of all time? Easy. E.T: The Extra-Terrestrial. It’s probably the first Speilberg film I remember seeing. I loved it as a kid and it hold up well today. But I also loved War Horse. Such a powerful, moving film.

    And as for which historical figure he should take on next, I’d love to see him do FDR or Winston Churchill.