Sunday, 2 October 2016

Giveaway #585 : Win 2 x A Long Way North - closed - winners Sharon Martin & Paula Readings


Remi Chayé's critically acclaimed animation LONG WAY NORTH comes to DVD from 10th October.

The beautifully animated adventure tells the story of 15-year-old Russian aristocrat Sasha, who, when her explorer grandfather mysteriously goes missing on his latest expedition, embarks on an epic adventure to find him and his lost ship, the Davai.

Stunningly rendered in traditional hand-drawn 2D animation and winner of the coveted Annecy International Animation Festival's Audience Award, the film is the directorial debut from lauded animator Rémi Chayé, and was co-produced by French studio Sacrebleu Productions and acclaimed Danish animation company Norlum (Song of the Sea). This DVD features both English and French language versions of the film.

It's a lovely story which promotes some fabulous life lessons about never giving up and family loyalty. It's also lovely to see such a strong female lead character, in a film that will appeal to both sexes.

We started off watching in English but, as we're a bilingual family, we quickly swapped over to the French version because the sound is better. It has English subtitles so if the sound doesn't sound quite right to you, you can always swap languages and brush up on your French as you watch !

Extras: Choice of English audio or original French audio with English subtitles
Certificate: PG
Genre: Animation, Adventure
Language: English / French
Running time: 80 mins (approx.)
RRP: £17.00
Cat no: SODA313
Barcode: 5060238032049



I have 2 copies of the DVD to give away to lucky Madhouse Family Reviews readers. Fill out your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below.



UK only. Closing date : 17/10/16

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after 28 days, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

You may also like to enter my other giveaways :

Enter Welly Foods Puddle of the Year photo comp - big prizes plus bonus £50 cash prize for one of my readers

Giveaway #584 : Win 3 x Mother's Day on dvd - closing date 11/10

113 comments:

  1. Margaret Clarkson
    Aberdeen

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  2. The furthest north I've been is Edinburgh.

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  3. The furthest north I have been is to Berwick on Tweed.

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  4. I think it would be the Brough of Birsay on Orkney. I'd love to go further though, especially to Iceland, it looks amazing!

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  5. Edinburgh for our annual shopping trip

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  6. St Petersburg 59°57′N lattitude, closely followed by my home, city of Perm, 58°00′N

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  7. The isle of Skye

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  8. I went to Sheffield in the Summer which is the furthest north I have ever been

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  9. We were up in the Cairngorns in Pitlochry in February - lovely scenery :)

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  10. Sunderland in the UK (for a university entrance interview), Oslo in Norway apart from that.

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  11. The furthest north I've been is Glasgow

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  12. Yorkshire is the furtherst I have been I'm afraid. It's where my eldest daughter and I called home for 2 years. Two more kids later I don't venture far lol.

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  13. Manchester! that's it.

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  14. Aberdeen is the furthest north I've been.

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  15. I,m in the isle of lewis pretty far north

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  16. The Scottish Borders

    KATHY D

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  17. Up into Scotland past loch Loman- beautiful scenery

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  18. Inverness - Scotland

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  19. Inverness, for a long weekend with friends. It was nice, we all enjoyed our time there. Went on boat trip on Loch Ness.

    Rachel Craig

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  20. On a cruise to the top of Norway to see the midnight sun - we didn't see it due to clouds!!

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  21. The furthest north I've been in Moffat in Scotland

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  22. I think its most probably Newcastle on Tyne years ago

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  23. The furthest north I have been is Aberdeen

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  24. Inverness delivered a load of tiles

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  25. Not too far up, I've recently been to Bowness which is the furthest I've been but we did take a boat about an hour up the lake further north so as far as the lake then took us!

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  26. Edinburgh is the furthest north I've been so far!

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  27. I think Middlesbrough is probably the furthest North I've been

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  28. The furthest north I've been was probably somewhere over the North Pole...but only on an airplane flying a quicker route somewhere less interesting ;)

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  29. entered and prob middlesbrough

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  30. I went to see my favourite rock band in Edinburgh (not bad from Yorkshire lol) :)

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  31. Inverness in Scotland. (@PeanutHog)

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  32. Sweden - a gorgeous country; I'd love to go back there.

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  33. Edinburgh or Glasgow, which ever is highest!

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  34. Blackpool - Christopher Read @TheChrissyComps

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  35. Inverness and Loch Ness. It is such a beautiful area.

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  36. Edinburgh :)

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  37. Nice giveaway. I think the furthest north I've been is Aberdeen in Scotland.

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  38. Carlisle which i thought was a lovely city

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  39. Dumfries is as far north as I have gone.

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  40. I think it must be Ayrshire in Scotland. We used to go every summer holiday.

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  41. Hadrian's Wall is the furthest North I've been.

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  42. Furthest north I have been in Scotland - but I'm not sure whereabouts and I don't remember it as I was two years old! Furthest north I have been that I remember is probably Spalding in Lincolnshire

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  43. I live in Scotland!!! Furthest North has been Inverness

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  44. Edinburgh, such a lovely city. Thank you for the chance xxx

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  45. Edinburgh is the furthest north I've ever been - would like to go to Iceland.
    Victoria B - @ickle0ne

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  46. Glasgow with my dad for his work.x

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  47. Loch Ness is as far north as I've ever been.

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  48. I've just come back from two weeks in Sutherland.. it was beautiful

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  49. The furthest North I have ever been is probably Haworth!

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  50. when i was much younger we went to John O Groats

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  51. I went to Scotland (Sterling) for the first time last month x

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