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KEEPING FAITH has come to an end and Acorn Media has you sorted with The Complete Series 1-3 releasing to DVD & digital on November 17.

Award-winning actress Eve Myles (Torchwood, Broadchurch) stars in this BBC thriller as Faith Howells, a fun-loving lawyer with a happy marriage and three children. Then one day her husband Evan (Bradley Freegard, Doctors) leaves for work but never arrives. Forced to cut short her extended maternity-leave to keep the family law firm afloat and rapidly becoming the police’s prime suspect, Faith is determined to discover the truth behind her husband’s disappearance.

Her search leads her to places she never thought she would go and has her questioning whether she ever really knew her husband? A gripping, heart wrenching tale of family, secrets, lies and grit, Keeping Faith also stars Mark Lewis Jones (Chernobyl), Rhashan Stone (Finding Alice),Aneirin Hughes (Hinterland) and Celia Imrie (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel). Continue reading KEEPING FAITH : COMPLETE SERIES 1-3 : 3 BOXSETS TO GIVE AWAY


Liana Cornell as Ania, Eleanor Worthington-Cox as Cait

Acorn Media has announced that they are releasing the third season of Britannia to DVD & digital next Wednesday November 3, 2021.

Series three sees a radical transformation in Cait’s (Eleanor Worthington-Cox, Maleficent) journey as the Chosen One with a decision that will tie her to the future of her war-torn people and their ravaged land. Aulus (David Morrissey, The Walking Dead) comes under pressure from a new and dark force – otherwise known as his wife (Sophie Okonedo, His Dark Materials), whilst Amena (Annabel Scholey, The Salisbury Poisonings) finds herself in lethal Ménage à trois with both of them. Divis (Nikolaj Lie Kaas, The Kingdom) gets a new job which he despises, and Veran goes to the underworld and sees the future.

The third season contains eight ‘mystical’ episodes. The series is rated. MA15+, Strong themes, violence and coarse language.  Recommended Retail Price is $34.95.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDA4KWtw7JU&ab_channel=AcornTV

Courtesy  of Acorn Media Sydney Arts Guide has  four DVD’s to Brittania Series III to give away.  editor.sydneyartsguide@gmail.com with BRITANNIA SERIES 3 PROMOTION in the subject heading and your postal address in the body of your email. Winners will be advised by email. 





Synopsis: Special Agent Emanuel Ritter leads a police investigation into a series of shocking deaths. But after a priest from the Vatican finds a link between the murders and an ancient demon, a descent into horror ensues.

Critical Acclaim: “one of the most imaginative possession films in recent memory, if not of all time” – Bloody Disgusting

Special Features: N/A

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4HD1cSwr1M

Rated: R18+, High impact horror themes and violence

RRP: $29.95 (DVD) $34.95 (Blu-ray)


Synopsis: London, 1974. As Britain prepares for electrical blackouts to sweep across the country, trainee nurse Val (Rose Williams, Sanditon) arrives for her first day at the crumbling East London Royal Infirmary. With most of the patients and staff evacuated to another hospital, Val is forced to work the night shift in the empty building. Within these walls lies a deadly secret, forcing Val to face her own traumatic past in order to confront the malevolent force that’s intent on destroying everything around her.

Critical Acclaim: “a profoundly unsettling thriller with a performance that would make Linda Blair proud” – IndieWire

Special Features: Audio Commentary with Director Corinna Faith and Actor Rose Williams, Behind-the-Scenes Photo Gallery

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZfRRB8XUNM

Rated: MA15+, Strong supernatural themes and violence

RRP: $29.95 (DVD) $34.95 (Blu-ray)

Courtesy of Acorn Media Sydney Arts Guide has five DVD sets to give away to each film. Email  editor.sydneyartsguide@gmail.com with  Horror Movie Promotion in the subject heading and your postal  address in the body of your email. Winners will one advised by email.



Comparisons to Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage, which was filmed by Roman Polanski as Carnage, are inevitable when viewing DISCLOSURE, written and directed by Michael Bentham.

It’s comparison in a good way, not damning it by being derivative, not to bury, but to praise.

Power couple Joel and Bec Chalmers have come to Danny and Emily Bowman’s bucolic abode in outer Melbourne’s fern tree gullies to mitigate and mediate over their son’s attack on the Bowman’s 4-year-old girl, Natasha

At first, all seems cool, calm and collected, as they discuss parenting and discipline around the pool. But the veneer of civility slips with the introduction of “button” words like victim and bully and politician Joel’s incapacity to curb taking constant calls on his mobile phone.

Manners mortared, politeness torpedoed, the discussion of the alleged assault escalates into a verbal squabble of stupendously espoused vitriol, an uncivil vomiting of contradicting convictions, a spewing of grotesque prejudices and a skewering of veiled hypocrisy.

The casting of DISCLOSURE is spot on. Matilda Ridgway as Emily Bowman and Mark Leonard Winter as Danny Bowman play the parents of the accuser while Geraldine Hakewill as Bec Chalmers and Tom Wren as Joel Chalmers portray the parents of the accused.

As the mobile phone fetishist and political manipulator, Tom Wren delivers a portrait of the very worst of opportunist, populist, pragmatic politicians, patrician and unctuous. Geraldine Hakewill is splendid in a Stepford Wife type character holed by the hypocrisy that hovers over her own troubled history.

The other couple teams two prodigious talents, in Matilda Ridgway and Mark Leonard Winter, marvelous in conveying the knife edge balancing act of maintaining a marriage, parenting and employment in tempestuous times.

Decorum and diplomacy is eroded and finally scuttled by the adults, as disclosures are weaponised, DISCLOSURE becomes a demolition derby of threat, blackmail and a spiral of adulthood into infantilism.

DISCLOSURE is available to rent on Home Entertainment Platforms from September 15

Richard Cotter


FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL (2008) was beautifully filmed on location at the Turtle Bay Resort at 57-091 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku, O’ahu, Hawaii, USA, and many other locations including Stage 29 at Universal Studios of 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, California, USA.

This amazingly clever rom-com written by Jason Segel who also stars as the musician Peter Bretter, has a highly fictionalised comedy storyline, making it as objective an experience as possible, and based upon the many many women he has loved during his lifetime. Peter Bretter goes to Hawaii, to get over his lost love, his TV celebrity ex-girlfriend Sarah Marshall (Kristen Bell).



Disney always the home of “G rated” entertainment for children, created “Touchstone Pictures” to make and release proper movie films for the parents, that were the opposite of the required Disney outlook. Using only the Disney name on VOD Disney+ means that TV Episodes and Cinema Movies are being chopped up into “G rated” entertainment perfect for children, that is uniquely unsuitable for parents.     Continue reading CENSORED VOD DISNEY+ SPLASH (1984) – MAY YOU LIVE IN INTERESTING TIMES –


This unique 63 minute documentary movie called [CENSORED] (2018) was entirely created using the banned motion picture film footage that had been removed from movies by the  censors working at the “Australian Film Censorship Board” located in Sydney Australia, between 1951 and 1978.

Since 2018 this documentary  movie  has a “Film Festival Only” classification, and still can not be shown in Australian Cinemas, and is not available on DVD  –  http://www.arenamedia.com.au/censored/


“Heironymus Merkin” constantly exhibits his intense feelings of lust/love via his strong sexual desires/attractions, and he currently is my all-time favourite fictional character. However his only movie appearance was in Anthony George Newley’s 1969 British comedy musical movie called – “Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?” As expected “Can Heironymus Merkin” was condemned by the Catholic Legion of Decency. MPAA USA made “Can Heironymus Merkin” the sixth film to be designated with the X rating.

Each and every ridiculously over-the-top crazy fictional character has some basis in reality. In January 1969 “Heironymus Merkin” was a brand-new slightly fictional movie character, that was not created out of thin air, so Anthony George Newley IS THE REAL “Heironymus Merkin”. Continue reading CAN HEIRONYMUS MERKIN EVER FORGET MERCY HUMPPE AND FIND TRUE HAPPINESS


PSYCHO 60TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION [Blu-ray]  [4K UHD Blu-ray] includes two alternate widescreen versions –
* PSYCHO UNCUT . . . THIS RESTORATION VERSION has been extended with additional footage, now providing the widescreen version of the movie identical to the widescreen version seen in USA movie cinemas in 1960, and this is the final directors-cut version of PSYCHO, delivered exactly as intended by Sir Alfred Hitchcock.
* PSYCHO CUT . . . Since 1960, there were two widely seen modified versions of the movie. However both the full screen AND the widescreen version, were modified from the original version, by editing to selectively remove content, and then subsequently used for TV broadcasts, Cable broadcasts, cinema theatrical re-releases, and NTSC/PAL home video entertainment releases over the last sixty years.
Continue reading PSYCHO – 60TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION [Blu-ray] [4K UHD Blu-ray]


A little bit To Sir With Love, a little bit Wake in Fright, THE GRIZZLIES is the inspiring true story of first-year teacher Russ Sheppard, who takes a temporary assignment to teach at a high school in Kugluktuk, a small arctic town with the highest suicide rate in North America.

A polar nullabor, Kugluktuk is desolate in both geographical terrain and cultural disjoint, the impact of the white man on the indigenous community has had a devastating effect, creating an ennui in the Inuit that decays spirit, mind and body.

Woke white teacher, Russ Shepherd is shaken at having no success at getting his Inuit students to show up for class, shocked at seeing that many of the teens roam around town drinking and smoking dope.

Finding a way to curb this state of futility, failure and fatalism comes in a flash after attending yet another funeral. He believes that teaching them the sport of lacrosse will get them in school and motivate them to achieve. It’s a recipe for respect building that resonates those three little words. Against. All. Odds.

Attempting a tightrope project that could plunge into condescension and tokenism, it was deeply important to the producers of THE GRIZZLIES to create an environment of collaboration and an atmosphere of inclusion and respect in the depiction of this true story of real people. As part of this commitment, they created a paid mentorship program that enabled Inuit crew, Inuit and Indigenous actors, Inuit musicians, and Inuit creative collaborators to work on the film in each and every department.

THE GRIZZLIES has provided a training ground for future Inuit and Indigenous filmmakers with more than 91% of the cast and more than 33% of the crew being Inuit or Indigenous.

Directed by Miranda de Pencier, with a screenplay by Breaking Bad scenarist, Moira Walley-Beckett and the writer of Speed, Graham Yost, THE GRIZZLIES navigates the thorny themes of cultural imposition and reconciliation with dignity and taste.

THE GRIZZLIES is available to rent or buy on all major platforms and on DVD.

Website: thegrizzliesmovie.com.au
Trailer: The Grizzlies | Official Trailer


‘Penance’ follows the lives of Rosalie (Julie Graham) and Luke Douglas (Neil Morrissey) and their teenage daughter, Maddie (Tallulah Greive). Following the loss of their son, Rosalie and Luke find their marriage under immense strain. Maddie and Rosalie find themselves in the caring hands of Jed (Nico Mirallegro), a charming and charismatic young man that they encounter at bereavement counselling who is also suffering under the weight of his own grief. Jed rekindles a hope for the future within the Douglas household. But underneath, a deadly and morally corrupt triangle is taking shape.

The series stars Julie Graham (Bletchley CircleShetland), Neil Morrissey (Line of DutyGood Karma Hospital), Nico Mirallegro, (Our GirlRillington PlaceTallulah Greive (Flatmates) and Art Malik (HomelandCold Feet). Continue reading ‘PENANCE’ BRITISH DRAMA TV MINISERIES : 6 DVD BOX SETS TO GIVE AWAY


In ‘Keeping Faith’ award-winning actress Eve Myles (Torchwood, Broadchurch) reprises her iconic role as small-town lawyer Faith Howells in the Welsh mystery series that is “one of the most popular shows in Britain” (The New York Times).

Eighteen months ago, mother-of-three Faith had her cozy life thrown into chaos after the disappearance of her husband, Evan (Bradley Freegard, Doctors). Still striving to keep her family together, Faith must fulfill Evan’s debt to a vicious crime kingpin even as she fights her attraction to a former client (Mark Lewis Jones, Chernobyl). Then a local farmer is found dead, and his wife, Madlen (Aimee-Ffion Edwards, Detectorists), is arrested for his murder. Convinced of Madlen’s innocence, Faith decides to defend her, despite never having worked a homicide case before. But as Faith begins investigating the crime, she clashes with her own legal firm and a tenacious detective (Rhashan Stone, Agatha Raisin) determined to uncover her secrets. Continue reading ‘KEEPING FAITH’ TV SERIES: 4 BOXSET DVDS TO GIVEAWAY


Acorn Media is delighted to offer 5 DVDs to giveaway to the newly released DVD ‘The Deceived’ starring Emma J Scanlon (‘Peaky Blinders’) and 2020 heart throb Paul Mescal (‘Normal People’).

The series is a modern take on a classic psychological thriller. The drama follows English student, Ophelia (Emily Reid, Curfew, Glasshouses), who falls in love with her charismatic lecturer, Michael (Scanlan).

Following the accidental death of Michael’s wife, Ophelia moves to Ireland to be with him, just as suspicions around his wife’s death start to grow. Continue reading THE DECEIVED: A CLASSIC PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER: 5 DVDS TO GIVEAWAY


You get more Bang for your buck in THE BAY OF SILENCE thanks to leading man, Claes Bang. His portrayal of Will, the aggrieved and grieving spouse of schizophrenic Rosalind is mesmerising.

In a film where murky narrative obfuscates and muddies understanding, Bang is irresistibly watchable, whether doing the mundane of taking a bath or the horrific in burying a child.

Bang’s Will is brilliant whether bereft and bewildered or noble and nurturing, banging down the dinosaur ideas and narrow view of masculinity, firmly focused on family, protective and supportive after subjection to seemingly insurmountable slings and sorrows.

Caroline Goodall’s script, adapted from the novel by Lisa St Aubin deTeran, bears all the tropes of classic suspense – the locked suitcase, the ordinary man caught up in extraordinary circumstances, the mysterious woman with a past, the secret antagonist, a lonely house on a cliff, diverse plot twists, a pervasive sense of foreboding.

After the difficult birth of their son, Amadeo, rocks their carefully calibrated world, the unexpected arrival of a suitcase from France, filled with photos from the past, prompts Rosalind to abruptly disappear with her children, launching Will into a frantic search for his family across Europe.

Relief upon locating them in a remote French fishing village turns to horror when he discovers that his baby son has mysteriously died, Rosalind has retreated into a world filled with the ghosts of her past, and her twin eight-year- old daughters speak in riddles. Candy has disappeared.

In his grief and desperation he sees only two options: go to the police and risk his wife being accused of murder or cover up the death and protect his family. He secretly buries Amadeo and flees France with the remnants of his family.

The penny will drop for most audiences, with repercussions spinning on a dime, while plot points take a pounding. But the film’s currency is clearly with Claes Bang and certainly worth the bucks.




A pleasant surprise, KOKO: A RED DOG STORY is a bone fido gem.

Millions of ticket buyers made Red Dog: The Movie a mega box office hit, and rightly so. The story was an archetypal Outback story featuring an adorable dog, a story with the indelible ingredients of love, loyalty and loss.

Like many movies, the back story of its making, the pains and pleasures of its production, is just as extraordinary and entertaining, and in this endearing tale, we follow the story of KOKO – the dog who played RED DOG in the first film of the same name.

Part documentary, part re-enactment, KOKO: A RED DOG STORY is a best on show story that tracks Koko’s strange good fortune and innate ability to connect with people, which allows him to navigate his local community, the dog beat dog world of show dog competitions and eventually the movie business.

Director of Red Dog, Kriv Stenders shares some amazing straight to camera anecdotes about the film’s casting and shoot, then TobyTruslove plays Kriv in some highly entertaining reenactments. Ditto, producer of the original pic, Nelson Woss appears as himself, and is then played by Felix Williamson.

And wait till you see Bryan Brown’s knockout cameo.

What could have been mere puppy porn becomes a beautiful and sincere film with emotional bite as the behind scenes story of this larrikin Lassie is told with an irreverent but real appreciation of not just one dog, but of a troupe of dogs, and, indeed, all dogs.

A portion of the DVD’s release revenue will be aiding The Dogs’ Refuge Home of W.A. Since 2012 the RED DOG franchise has contributed over $125,000 to shelters around Australia.

Umbrella Entertainment and Good Dog Distribution will distribute the film via DVD and VOD. Full details of the release can be found here:



Giving terrifying new meaning to the term Rent Control, APARTMENT 1BR is a C bomb fallout with the C standing for capital letter Cult.

After leaving behind a painful past to follow her dreams as a dress designer,
Sarah scores the perfect Hollywood apartment. The neighbours seem super nice and there appears to be a genuine collegiate community.

The only downside is the no pets policy, which she decides to ignore, smuggling her pussy in regardless of the rules. Pussy soon pays the price in a feline version of bunny boiling and suddenly Sarah’s new digs become a black hole.

The apartment block is an enclave of a cult which Sarah is inculcated in through torturous means, including a kind of crucifixion.

APARTMENT 1BR is a neatly crafted nasty piece of work following the well worn trope of torture of women by males and the female reeking bloody revenge on the male. It is of course, unfortunately, reflective of the real world.

So, too, is commitment to conformity. Conformity is the community’s basic tenet, that all tenants adhere to the same rules, that all transgressions will be punished, and that the ends justify the means, no matter how mean the means may be.

Writer director David Marmor plots the paranoia by setting his compass to conspiracy with detours into physical and psychological shock, traversing the terra of terror, arriving at an even more disturbing destination.

Nicole Brydon Bloom is impressive as Sarah, the lost soul who capitulates to the cult but retains some vestige of individuality.

Taylor Nichols as Jerry, the cult leader building manager and Giles Matthey as his Iraq war veteran right hand man are chillingly representative of pernicious persuasion

An unnerving view of Neighbourhood Watch, APARTMENT1BR gives a new lease on the haunted house estate.

APARTMENT 1BR is now available for rent- if you dare



Acorn Media has announced that it is releasing the complete series of Schitt’s Creek on DVD on August 26. It will be a 12 disc set of series 1-6. 

In Season 1, Johnny attempts to sell the town, Moira has a breakdown, David tries to maintain his posh lifestyle, and Alexis goes trolling for men. In Season 2, Johnny pursues some unusual business ventures, while Moira plunges into the local scene, and the kids look for work. In Season 3, the indignities continue, as the Rose family contends with love triangles, movie auditions, ill-advised businesses and high school homework.

Season 4 sees Alexis puts her education to use, David’s love life hits a snag, Moira deals with a morbid rumour and Johnny and Stevie give the motel all they’ve got. By Season 5, the Roses are finally thriving in Schitt’s Creek and find themselves ready to take their personal relationships and business pursuits to the next level. In Season 6, the Roses are achieving success in their careers and personal lives, forcing them all to contemplate their inevitable next steps. But as their pursuits push them closer towards their long-awaited escape, the Roses see how connected their lives have become to the town and its residents. When they finally face the decision to stay or leave, it is much harder than expected.

The series is rated M with coarse language, mature themes, crude humour & sexual references. The series will sell at the Recommended Retail Price of $89.95.

Sydney Arts Guide has three copies of the series to give away. Email editor.sydneyartsguide@gmail.com with Schitt’s Creek Promotion in the subject heading and your postal address in the body of your email. Winners will be advised by email.

This promotion has now closed and the winners have been advised.


QUEENS OF MYSTERY follows the adventures of three crime-writing sisters Beth (Sarah Woodward, Endeavour), Cat (Julie Graham, Bletchley Circle) and Jane Stone (Siobhan Redmond, Taggart), and their 28-year-old niece Detective Sergeant Matilda Stone (Olivia Vinall, Apple Tree Yard). Using their knowledge of crime – both real world and fictional – together they solve murders in the picturesque English town of Wildemarsh. But no matter how many cases they are able to crack, the unsolved mystery that haunts all the characters is that of Matilda’s mother’s disappearance twenty-five years ago.

QUEENS OF MYSTERY has been described by SMH as a “Cheery British murder-mystery, goes perfectly with a cup of tea”, and what better way to get through our imminent future indoors then to cosy up with a good old-fashioned British crime drama.

QUEENS OF MYSTERY SERIES 1 is rated M with mature themes and violence. The recommended retail price is $34.95. The release date is Wednesday April 1, 2020.


Sydney Arts Guide has five DVDs of QUEENS OF MYSTERY SERIES 1 to give away to readers. To enter the competition email the editor.sydneyartsguide@gmail.com with QUEENS OF MYSTERY PROMOTION SERIES 1 in the subject heading and your postal address in the body of your email. Winners will be advised by email. 



AGATHA RAISIN is based on MC Beaton’s best selling novel.

Having consciously coupled at the end of series two, Agatha Raisin,, played by Emmy®-nominated actress Ashley Jensen (Catastrophe, Extras, Ugly Betty) is optimistic that her future with James Lacey, played by Jamie Glover (Waterloo Road), is secure and their troubles are behind them.

Newly qualified as a Private Detective and with her new investigation’s agency all set up and raring to go, things have never been better for the Cotswolds’ premier PI, but plans have a funny way of going awry in Agatha-land.

AGATHA RAISIN SERIES 3 DVD will be released on Wednesday April 1, 2020. Recommended Retail Price is $34.95. It has an M Classification with mature themes, drug use and sexual references.

Sydney Arts Guide has ten DVDs to give away. Email editor.sydneyartsguide@gmail.com with AGATHA RAISIN SERIES 3 DVD PROMOTION in the subject heading. Please provide your postal address in the body of your email. Winners will be advised by email.


It’s AD45 and two years on from invading Britannia, General Aulus is Romanising willing Celt tribes with the help of Celtic Queen Amena , and crushing those who try to resist. Aulus’s behaviour raises suspicions that he has another agenda; one that raises ghosts in Amena’s past and makes his threat to the Druids ever more critical. The only form of hope for the Druids and Celts is Cait, a young girl being trained by outcast Druid Divis, to fulfil a prophecy that would save Britannia from the Romans. But when the dead man wakes, two Druid brothers – Veran and Harka begin an epic battle of wills that divides the Druids and puts the prophecy in jeopardy.

Britannia Season 2 features a great cast including David Morrissey (The Walking Dead), Mackenzie Crook (Game of Thrones), Zoe Wanamaker (Harry Potter and  the P/Stone), Nikolaj Lie Kaas (The Killing), Eleanor Worthington-Cox (Being Human), Annabel Scholey (Medici), Liana Cornell (Wolf Creek) and Hugo Speer(Musketeers). Continue reading BRITANNIA SEASON 2 : TEN DVDS TO GIVE AWAY


99% of motocyclists are law-abiding citizens…

1% is a story of brotherhood, loyalty, ambition and betrayal, set within the world of Australian motorcycle gangs. This modern day Macbeth follows Paddo, heir to the throne of the Copperheads MC who must assume the mantle whilst club leader Knuck does time in jail. Paddo’s vision for the club’s future and compromises he must make for his mentally disabled brother sets the stage for the ultimate power play.

1% is now available for rent from iTunes or Googleplay and the DVD can be yours to own from March 6th.

To celebrate the film's release on home entertainment  and with thanks to Icon Film Distribution, Sydney Arts Guide has a DVD of 1% to give away.  Accompanying the DVD is a 1% stubby holder .

To be in the running, email (editorialstaff.sydneyartsguide@gmail.com) 
with ONE_PERCENT_DVD as the subject and your full name AND your mailing address. 

Competition closes Midnight on Friday March 1, 2019 when the winner will be drawn. Only the winner will be notified and the DVD will be mailed by the distributor after March 4.


The Guide enjoyed JOURNEY’S END so much we reviewed it twice. Here and here.

In the face of fear, they found each other.

March, 1918. C-company arrives to take its turn in the front-line trenches in northern France led by the war-weary Captain Stanhope (Sam Claflin). A German offensive is imminent, and the officers (Paul Bettany, Stephen Graham, Tom Sturridge) and their cook (Toby Jones) distract themselves in their dugout with talk of food and their past lives. Stanhope, meanwhile, soaks his fear in whisky, unable to deal with his dread of the inevitable. A young new officer, Raleigh (Asa Butterfield), has just arrived, fresh out of training and abuzz with the excitement of his first real posting – not least because he is to serve under Stanhope, his former school house monitor and the object of his sister’s affections. Each man is trapped, the days ticking by, the tension rising and the attack drawing ever closer…

JOURNEY’S END  is available to rent or buy from March 6th.

To celebrate the film's release on home entertainment  and with thanks to Icon Film Distribution, Sydney Arts Guide has a DVD of JOURNEY'S END to give away.

To be in the running, email (editorialstaff.sydneyartsguide@gmail.com) 
with JOURNEYS_END_DVD as the subject and your full name AND your mailing address. 

Competition closes Midnight on Friday March 1, 2019 when the winner will be drawn. Only the winner will be notified and the DVD will be mailed by the distributor after March 4.