Win tickets to watch The Great White Silence at the BFI

The Great White Silence (1924)
The Great White Silence (1924)

There’s a chill in the air at BFI Southbank this summer, and I’m not just talking about the Russian invasion. The Great White Silence (1924), Herbert Ponting’s haunting film about RF Scott’s tragic expedition to the South Pole is on nationwide release from 20 May, so it’s getting an extended run at BFI Southbank.

The film’s devastating imagery and its innovative, mournful score by Simon Fisher Turner definitely deserve the big-screen treatment, so enter our competition and you could win a pair of tickets to any BFI Southbank screening of The Great White Silence. Just answer this simple question:

  • What was the name of the Norwegian explorer who beat Scott and his crew to the South Pole?

Email your answer to silentlondontickets@gmail.com by Thursday 19 May. The winner will be picked at random from the correct entries and emailed with the good news. Best of luck!

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4 thoughts on “Win tickets to watch The Great White Silence at the BFI”

  1. So, the answer, as all of you knew, was Roald Amundsen. I’ve now selected a winner at random and let them know the good news. Sorry to all of you who didn’t win – I hope to be running another competition soon, so there will be another chance to win.

  2. Hi there,

    Thought you might like to know that Time Out Deals is launching a great deal today with BFI IMAX – £8.50 BFI IMAX cinema tickets (a saving of up to £10.00). http://www.timeout.com/imaxdeal

    If you missed out on winning this competition you can still get to the BFI!

    Thank you,

    Erin Muller
    Marketing & PR Executive
    Time Out Group

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