Win 1 of 2 copies of Scott of the Antarctic on Blu-ray or DVD

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We’re giving away 2 copies of Scott of the Antarctic on Blu-ray or DVD (the 2 winners can choose which format they would like to receive) to celebrate its fully restored home release this coming Monday. To enter, simply sign up to our monthly newsletter below by 23:59 GMT on Monday the 6th of June 2016 (UK residents only – see full terms and conditions below).

Scott of the Antarctic was Ealing’s first technicolour film and a great achievement, as it was shot almost entirely in studio, which most people never realised thanks to the special effects team and legendary cinematographer Jack Cardiff OBE.

Scott of the Antarctic was adapted from Robert Falcon Scott’s diaries and visually inspired by original footage from the expedition. Tremendously British in style and spirit, this documentary-style drama is complemented by an original score from Ralph Vaughan Williams, which later became his seventh symphony, ‘Sinfonia Antarctica.’ Scott of the Antarctic was nominated for Best British Film at the BAFTAs in 1949.

It has been beautifully restored in 2K, and for the first time ever from a Technicolor 3 strip negative.

Special Features

– Interview with Sir Andrew Davies about the score
– Interview with Sir Ranulph Fiennes
– John Mills Home Movie footage
– Featurette on Jack Cardiff’s cinematography
– Stills gallery
– Restoration Featurette
– Booklet by Ian Christie


Win 1 of 2 copies of Scott of the Antarctic on Blu-ray or DVD.

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Terms and Conditions of Entry

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The draw is open to UK residents only and entrants must be aged 18 or over. Only 1 entry is allowed per person/email address. Entries must be received by 23:59 GMT on Monday the 6th of June 2016. The winner will be drawn at random from all entries received by during the term of the competition. No correspondence will be entered into. accepts no responsibility for any entries or other communications that are late, incomplete, unintelligible, misdirected, lost due to disconnection, telephone systems or computer equipment or software failure or data loss. The winners will be notified personally by email, to the email address provided in the entry, within one week from the closing date. No cash alternative is available and the prize is not transferable. Prizes must be claimed by 1 month after notification. Winners names may be published on the website. Submission of an entry will be taken as acceptance of the rules. Please note the competition is not open to employees, contributors, their families or anyone connected with the competition. reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions.

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