We're giving away 50 double passes for Martin Scorsese’s new film, ‘Silence’.
SBS Movies

21 Feb 2017 - 9:44 AM  UPDATED 10 Apr 2017 - 1:18 PM

Congratulations to the following winners:

Jamie-lee Curley (2045)
Karen Seymour (4011)
Lee Blaylock (3056)
Michaela Vos (3178)
Elizabeth Sharpe (4500)
Annabelle Napier (6064)
David Briers (2206)
Kellie Rossborough (3136)
Sascha Shipley (4059)
Sharni Brazier (3008)
Hannah Liu (4010)
Anna Chen (3108)
Brendan Wong (2227)
Isabelle Bornaghi (4078)
Roumiana Kostova (2048)
Sue Yeo (3051)
Daniel Watson (3013)
Brad Allen (3156)
Stephen Williams (5134)
Kim Holian (3071)
Vicki Fraser (3140)
Kathy Berzins (6111)
Adrienne Harries (4509)
Maree Karas (2206)
Keith Harkin (3977)
Lynn Byfield (6053)
Susan Cochrane (6027)
Liz Morton (2099)
Susana Fojas (2195)
Lisa Pannunzio (5043)
Tristan Moore (4556)
Jane Alanthwaite (2145)
Alicia Bull (4170)
Charmaine Clark (3180)
Anne Mason (5045)
Mike Barclay (3134)
Peng Sum Loh (3111)
Steven Plant (3160)
Susie Stratikopoulos (3070
Diane Murtagh (3116)
Sonia Caruana (3024)
Christopher Caruana (3030)
Jessica Deprost (3040)
Bettina Mebes (3070)
Terry Petras (3129)
Brad Leong (3140)
Glen Toyer (4567)
Michelle Warwick (3555)
Tristan Bibbo (5086)
Kaiden Mccarthy (6059)


This competition is now closed. Thank you to everyone who entered. Winners will be notified by email.

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The legendary filmmaker speaks to SBS about putting personal stories on screen, as his 30-year passion project 'Silence' opens in cinemas.
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Martin Scorsese finally realises his long-held dream to direct Silence, based on Shusaku Endo’s 1966 award-winning novel, exploring the spiritual and religious question of God’s silence in the face of human suffering.

Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider Man, Hacksaw Ridge), Adam Driver (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Paterson) star as two 17th century Portuguese missionaries who undertake a perilous journey to Japan to search for their missing mentor, Father Christavao Ferreira (Liam Neeson, Schindler’s List, Taken), and to spread the gospel of Christianity.


★★★★★ Monumental. The kind of work only a great filmmaker can pull off.

Robbie Collin – The Telegraph


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To celebrate, SBS Movies is giving away 50 double passes to see the film, valued at $40.00 each.

Entries close Wednesday 22 February at 10am (AEDT). Winners will be announced by phone and/or email on Wednesday 22 February (AEDT). Winners will be published sbs.com.au/movies no later than 30 days of the prize draw following each competition.


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