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To celebrate the release of our first full-length Film Buzz magazine we thought we’d bring you an awesome competition! Writing our Film Buzz Oscars article made us all nostalgic for last year’s contenders – so we’re giving one lucky reader the opportunity to win BOTH The King’s Speech and Black Swan on DVD!
Entering is easy! First, simply ‘like’ us on Facebook (you should find a button on the righthand side of the page), then answer the question below and send it, along with your name and address, to email@example.com. Make sure the subject line of your entry is ‘Film Buzz Comp’!
Who won the Oscar for Best Actor in 2011? Was it;
A) Geoffrey Rush
B) Christian Bale
C) Colin Firth
Remember to include your address so we know where to send your DVDs if you’re our lucky winner!
Open to UK residents only.
The competition will close 30th March at 23.59 GMT.
No alternative is available and prize may differ slightly from that described.
Your address may be forwarded to a third party in order for you to receive your prize.
But do not despair!
There will be loads of future competitions to enter as good or better than this one!
A quick follow on Facebook will make sure you never miss out ever again! Prizes to be won include Blu-rays, DVDs, Games, Posters, Gadgets, Tickets and plenty more!
By entering, you agree to our competition terms and conditions
- Open to UK residents only
- No alternative is available and the prize may differ to that described
- One entry per person
- We may share your details with a third parties (winners only)
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