Got the best ’mo in town? Prove it.

The Prostate Centre and Victoria Film Festival are celebrating Movember with a new tradition this year: a moustache competition

Bring your mo’ to the show.

That’s the rallying cry of The Prostate Centre and Victoria Film Festival, which are celebrating Movember with a new tradition this year: a moustache competition.

And along with the competition, the festival will screen  Quote-Along Anchorman on Friday (Nov. 28).

“We are calling all moustache wearers – whether temporary or permanent – to bring those classy ’staches down to The Vic Theatre and compete for the trophy and the title of Victoria’s Best Moustache 2014,” said film festival communications coordinator Fulya Ozkul.

First place, as judged by an expert barber, will receive a gift package courtesy of Uomo Modern Barber. The runner up will also win a prize.

Can’t grow a mo’ of your own? Just enjoy the show.

Audience members, whether moustachioed or perpetually smooth-skinned, are all encouraged to break out of their glass cases of emotion by dressing up and quoting their favourite lines alongside Ron Burgundy and the Channel 4 News Team, with the screening of  Quote-Along Anchorman.

Tickets are $15 and $5 from every ticket will be donated to The Prostate Centre in Victoria.

Tickets are available online at: boxoffice.victoriafilmfestival.com or in person at 1215 Blanshard St.

 

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