Three competition winners will have the chance to review some of the London Film Festival’s (Oct 13-28) highlights on behalf of Vue including opening night film Never Let Me Go and Darren Aronofsky’s thriller Black Swan.

The winning tweeters – to be chosen by Vue’s official Tweeter - will each receive passes to the festival. One competition criterion is for entrants to write a review of a film in 140 characters - the tweet maximum.

Tim Richards, CEO Vue Entertainment, said: “At Vue, we’re honoured to be the official host of the prestigious BFI London Film Festival for the second year running, and what better way to celebrate this than to share the experience of the Festival with some of our biggest film fanatics. Live Twitter updates from the Festival by film fans, is the perfect way to bring the whole experience to life for people up and down the country.”

Vue’s flagship West End cinema on Leicester Square will screen a number of the Festival’s galas and Film on the Square events again this year after the Festival relocated to Vue in 2009.

Details of the competition can be found on the Vue website.