Thanks to our friends at Pinnacle Films we’re giving readers the chance to win one of two incredible Moon Rock for Monday prize packs.
Prize Pack 1: Cast signed Moon Rock for Monday DVD and Poster
Prize Pack 2: Cast signed Moon Rock for Monday Poster
Ashlyn Louden-Gamble. shines as Monday, a nine-year old girl home-schooled by her father Bob (Aaron Jeffrey) in Sydney.
Due to her terminal illness Monday’s only contact with the outside world is her weekly visit to the hospital. Monday’s imagination is captured by the Moon Rock (Uluru) which she believes will heal her and desires to travel to the middle of Australia to find it.
By a twist of fate, she becomes caught up in a police chase involving Tyler (George Pullar) a street kid with a massive heart. Tyler uses Monday to evade the police, but despite the circumstances they soon form a friendship.
They decide to go on the run, road tripping to the Northern Territory to find the Moon Rock.
HOW TO WIN:
- Take a snapshot or a photo to show that you have bought or rented Moon Rock for Monday via Video on Demand (Apple Movies, YouTube, Amazon Prime, Google Play, Fetch, Microsoft Store, Foxtel), or DVD (Sanity, EZY DVD, JB Hi Fi).
- Email your snapshot to email@example.com with the subject line: MOON ROCK along with your name and postal address so we can ship you your prize.
- Competition closes Friday, 17 September 2021.
To date on the festival and award circuit MOON ROCK FOR MONDAY has won 6 wins and received 22 nominations in multiple countries and screened in Cinemas and Festivals in Germany, Switzerland, United Kingdom (Ireland & Dublin), Norway, China, South Korea, Poland, New Zealand & Australia. Moon Rock For Monday was selected for Adelaide Film Festival in South Australia, CinefestOz in Western Australia, Busan International Kids & Youth Film Festival in South Korea, Ale Kino Family Film Festival Poland, The Kristiansand International Film Festival in Norway, Byron Bay International Film Festival NSW, Capricorn Film Festival & Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival in Queensland, The Zurich Film Festival in Switzerland, The Beijing International Film Festival, The Cinemagic Film Festival UK (Dublin, Ireland) and won the two top awards at the Schlingel Film Festival in Germany- Jury Prize & FIPRESCI Prize (International Federation of Film Critics). It also was the winner of Best Feature Film, Best Screenplay and best lead actor at the 2021 Australian Screen Industry Network Awards.