To enjoy the benefits and perks of Cinemit, you must first be a member. Please click here to join, and don't worry - it's free and we'll never give away your information to anyone!
So now, you're a Cinemit member. Great!
Now you want to know how to get free tickets to screenings. It's easy! To successfully RSVP to a screening (aka to be entered to win passes for a screening), you must be aware of the following three parts of the RSVP process:
1. The Upcoming Screenings Post
Cinemit members will first be notified of a screening by an Upcoming Screenings post. It will look something like this:
This simply notifies you the initial screening details, such as date, time and location. This post also shows some info about the movie like its cast, plot and trailer. It's a nice, quick synopsis of a film you may not be aware of, but might enjoy, and allows you to clear your calendar for the screening date listed. Attendance is free, after all!
2. RSVP Post
The RSVP post is where you actually enter to win screening passes. This post is published usually a day or two before the actual screening, and serves as a starting point for Cinemit to distribute tickets to its members. It usually looks like this:
To RSVP, members just need to respond to the opinion question listed in the post by clicking the green RSVP ticket and submitting their answer. Winners are randomly picked from responders and emailed further instruction of how to obtain their actual ticket. Tickets are distributed in one of two ways: by Gofobo codes or through Studio guest lists. Click on either of the images below to learn more about the distribution methods:
3. RSVP Email
You'll know if you've successfully RSVPed to a screening if you get an RSVP email from Cinemit. It usually looks like this:
This email will give you further instruction on how to actually obtain physical tickets to a screening (the one in the email image above is the Gofobo method). Again, please be aware of the distribution method as stated above.
Finally, even obtaining a ticket to a screening doesn't guarantee admittance. These screenings (because they are highly sought after) admit people on a first-come, first-serve basis, so it's always best to get to a screening at least one hour early.