If you watched Four Weddings and a Funeral, Carry On Up the Khyber or Chariots of Fire (the only three British films we could think of) and thought to yourself "I wanna make a movie" then help is at hand, courtesy of a cracking CD-ROM game from Random House New Media called Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair. In this week's competition we have two copies of the #49.99 game to give away to the first two correct entries we pick out of a pile on someone's desk sometime in the New Year. The next five lucky winners will get a Director's Chair baseball cap (worth winning as there are only 50 in the UK). All you have to do is answer the following movie-related questions, and send them to us by Email, fax or post (you'll find the details elsewhere on this page). Mark your entries 'movie competition' and get them to us by 20 December. So here we go - lights, camera, questions!
1. Who directed Pulp Fiction?
a) Dustin Hoffman
b) Quentin Tarantino
c) Steven Spielberg
2. What was the name of the cult film released earlier this year and set in Edinburgh?
b) Shallow Grave
c) Taggart - the movie
3. In which Carry On film did Barbara Windsor flaunt her assets?
a) Carry on up the Queen Vic
b) Carry on Bouncing
c) Carry on Camping
d) Carry on Birdwatching
4. There was one funeral in Four Weddings and a Funeral. Which actor played the character who died?
a) Hugh Grant
b) Andie MacDowell
c) Simon Callow
The 10 winners of our 19 November Music File competition are: RD Pearce, M Westhorpe, Mick Bendeaux, M Robson, Paul Stewart, David Knaggs, Matthew Johns, Gary Lafferty, Martin Bolding and Marc Bouron. The answers were b, b & b.
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