Free tickets to Michael Moore’s new film

Free tickets to Michael Moore’s new film

This offer has come to an end. But do check out Rajesh Thind’s review of the film.

To celebrate the release of Michael Moore’s new documentary, Capitalism: A Love Story, we are offering 2 free tickets to the film to everyone who signs up to join the Tipping Point Film Fund 360° regular giver network.

Commit to donating from £10 monthly to Tipping Point Film Fund in order to qualify for the 2 free tickets. The ticket offer is available for the duration of the film’s UK release.  Donate now.

Capitalism: A Love Story
is showing at cinemas everywhere from Friday 26th February and you can have your two tickets at the cinema of your choice.

More about your donation

Tipping Point Film Fund is a not for profit organisation that, through public donations, supports great non-fiction films that can change our world. A regular donation enables the growth of a sustainable fund that can stay committed to funding films that help make change happen. Find out more about how to donate. Email us at to claim your free tickets after setting up your regular donation.

More about the film

With both humour and outrage, Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story explores a taboo question: What is the price that America pays for its love of capitalism? Years ago, that love seemed so innocent. Today, however, the American dream is looking more like a nightmare as families pay the price with their jobs, their homes and their savings. Moore takes us into the homes of ordinary people whose lives have been turned upside down; and he goes looking for explanations in Washington, DC and elsewhere. What he finds are the all-too-familiar symptoms of a love affair gone astray: lies, abuse, betrayal…and 14,000 jobs being lost every day.

Capitalism: A Love Story is both a culmination of Moore’s previous works and a look into what a more hopeful future could look like. It is Michael Moore’s ultimate quest to answer the question he’s posed throughout his illustrious filmmaking career: Who are we and why do we behave the way that we do?  Read more about the film.

Commit to regularly donating to claim your 2 free tickets – donate now.

Terms and conditions
You must sign up to be a regular giver with Tipping Point Film Fund. Minimum monthly donation to qualify for the 2 free tickets is £10. Donations can either be made via paypal or standing order. When a donation is made by paypal Tipping Point Film Fund will contact you to arrange which cinema you want to go and see the film. When you set up to donate by Standing Order you need to email to tell us that you have arranged for a donation. We will then issue your tickets to the cinema of your choice when your first donation is made. This promotion does not apply to one off or annual donations.


From Richard Attenborough to Michael Moore

From Richard Attenborough to Michael Moore

Reclaiming the cinema: films for social change

From Richard Attenborough to Michael Moore, there’s no doubt that films have changed the world: but in a changing world, how are filmmakers and campaigners keeping pace?

The Yes Men Fix the WorldTipping Point Film Fund is please to announce that it will be taking part in the Take One Action Festival.  A festival that brings people and movies who are changing the world together.

Deborah Burton, co-founder of Tipping Point Film Fund, will be taking part in the symposium Reclaiming the Cinema at the festival on Friday 25th September. The symposium will look at funding, presentation and distribution of films for social change.

Mixing debate, new work and compelling talks from some of the leading players in Britain’s emerging global action cinema scene, the symposium event will give you the opportunity to explore the latest thinking about popular film as a tool for social change. Open to everyone, but of special value to activists, filmmakers and people interested in communications and culture.

Speakers include distributor Oli Harbottle (Dogwoof – Burma VJ, Age of Stupid, The End of the Line), campaigner and director Mike Bonanno (The Yes Men Fix the World), campaigner turned talent-spotter Deborah Burton (Tipping Point Film Fund – Bamako, Black Gold) and Simon Bateson (Director, Take One Action).

Cry Freedom achieved more to tell the world about apartheid in South Africa in one year than all my years on Robben Island…
– Nelson Mandela