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GIVEAWAY | Tickets to Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work @ The IFC Center

The Apiary is giving away 2 pairs of passes to the IFC Center in New York to see Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, a film that everyone is calling "good" and other nice adjectives.  The documentary opens today in select cities and rolls out to more indie theaters next week. Take a look:

A probing, hilarious and revealing portrait, this Sundance hit follows legendary comedian and pop icon Joan Rivers as she fights tooth and manicured nail to keep her American dream alive. At 76, Joan is still the hardest-working woman in show business, a consummate pro and tireless performer. She’s done it all, and as the film follows her over a year, from downtown standup clubs and Midwest casino gigs to Celebrity Apprentice and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, it’s clear she’s not done yet.

Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work


1) Put "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work Tickets" in the subject line of an email addressed to

2) Send that email before SUNDAY @ MIDNIGHT (6/13)

3) If you win, tell your friends via your blog or FB status update that The Apiary made you a winner -- it's that easy!

Two winners will be selected at random to receive a pair of passes--you'll be notified on Monday if you're one of them. Passes are good for any screening of the film next week at the IFC Center in New York. You must live in NY to enter.

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I saw this film on the top 25 films to see list on indiewire a while ago, and then I saw a review today on the san fran chronicle website that sealed the deal. I’m definitely going to see it tonight

June 14, 2010 | Unregistered Commentermeghan_fawks

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