CITY Screen, York will be showing Jeremy Saulnier's punk reinvention of Seventies' grindhouse movies, Green Room (18), from Friday.

Two members of the Ain't Rights punk rock group (played by Anton Yelchin and Alia Shawkat) and a tough young woman (Imogen Poots) battle murderous white supremacists at a remote Oregon roadhouse in this riotous thriller.

"At City Screen we're pretty excited about the release of Green Room," says marketing manager Dave Taylor. "It's a really tense thriller of punks versus neo-Nazis, with Patrick Stewart starring as a fearsome white supremacist who keeps a young band captive after they witness the murder of a young fan."

To mark Green Room's arrival, courtesy of City Screen, The Press has three prizes up for grabs for one winner: a Green Room soundtrack CD; a Blu-ray of director Jeremy Saulnier's previous thriller, Blue Ruin, and an Ain't Rights T-shirt.

Question: Who directed Green Room?

Send your answer with your name, address and daytime phone number, either on a postcard to Charles Hutchinson, Green Room Competition, The Press, 84-86 Walmgate, York, YO1 9YN, or by emailing, by next Friday. Usual competition rules apply.

Tickets for Green Room can be booked on 0871 902 5726 or at