WIN 1 OF 10
GALA DOUBLE PASSES &
In the near future, an experiment to halt global warming has gone horribly wrong, freezing the world over and killing virtually all life.
Korean director Bong Joon-ho's new sci-fi thriller is based on the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige, and is brought to life by a stellar cast including Chris Evans, Song Kang-ho, John Hurt, Tilda Swinton, Jamie Bell and Octavia Spencer.
Screens exclusively at Dendy Newtown from July 24.
With our friends at Dendy Cinemas, we are giving you a chance to WIN a double pass to the exclusive Sydney red carpet gala screening of Snowpiercer PLUS a copy of the graphic novel that inspired the movie!
For your chance to WIN, just send us an email with your full name, postcode, contact number and answer to the following question:
Name the author and illustrator of the graphic novel that inspired the 2014 film Snowpiercer.
Red carpet gala screening will be held at
Dendy Newtown on Wednesday 23 July at 6.30pm.
Competition closes 9am Monday 21 July, winners notified by 5pm.
Didn't win? Grab your tickets here!
WIN 1 OF 2 FAMILY PASSES
There's dreadful news from the Concert Hall! The composer is dead!
Sydney Opera House is proud to present the renowned Sydney Youth Orchestra in a perplexing orchestral whodunit, starring legendary comedian Frank Woodley.
Meet the orchestra, solve the mystery, and laugh until you cry in this cutting-edge introduction to classical music. Commissioned by the San Francisco Symphony in 2006, composed by Nathaniel Stookey, this murder mystery is sure to keep young music fans enthralled.
Sydney Opera House is giving you the chance to WIN 1 of 2 family passes (includes 4 tickets) to The Composer is Dead performance on Saturday 9 August at 12.30pm.
For your chance to WIN, just send us an email with your full name, postcode, contact phone number and answer to the following question:
The Composer is Dead is based on the bestselling children's book by which author?
Competition closes 5pm Friday 25 July.
Offer valid in store only until 11 August 2014.
Terms and conditions apply, see staff at Kinokuniya or AS Colour for more detail.