Thursday, 19 November 2015

Win A Christmas Star on DVD - Brand New Christmas Movie



A heart-warming and uplifting movie at Christmas is all part of the tradition in our house, the whole family snuggled up in our onesies with hot chocolate and popcorn.

This year's movie to see is A Christmas Star which is out in cinemas now, and released on Blu Ray and DVD on 23rd November.

Staring Pierce Brosnan, Suranne Jones and Robert James-Collier, narrated by Liam Neeson and guest cameos from Kylie Minogue and Dermot O'Leary there's plenty of household names.  But there's also a host of up-and-coming stars like the fabulous Erin Galway-Kendrick.



From Belfast-based children's charity Cinemagic and Signature Entertainment, celebrating the charity's 25th anniversary, this is their most ambitious project to date.  The innovative film production gave budding young actors the chance to work and star alongside movie legends and learn from the best.  As well as this, over 40 trainee crew aged between 18-25 were given the opportunity to learn the trade and be mentored by film professionals in a wide range of roles from directing to camera operation, music and production.


Cinemagic patron and Oscar-winning writer, Julian Fellowes, said: “I am proud to be associated with the fantastic work that Cinemagic has been delivering for twenty five years. We are told on every side that it’s time to lower barriers and cross frontiers and this is exactly what Cinemagic is doing.” He added: “Young people, from every type of background and culture, are being encouraged to explore the world of film for themselves, first hand. We want them to break through the glass ceilings and walls that surround them, and see for themselves what it’s really like. Whether or not they continue to live or work in the Arts, there can surely be no better preparation for seeking and finding the right life.”



A Christmas Star tells the heartwarming story of Noelle, a spirited young who embarks on a magical journey to save her friends and family. Born in dramatic circumstances under the Christmas Star, Noelle believes she has the gift to perform strange miracles. When conniving developer McKerrod threatens her peaceful life she teams up with a misfit gang of local kids to save the village from demolition.  However, one by one her friends lose faith in Noelle’s abilities and she is left to fight McKerrod on her own. The town’s future hinges on a final showdown in Belfast’s historic Stormont building as Noelle implores politicians, her friends and the watching world to believe in the true meaning of Christmas…love.





For your chance to win your own copy on DVD, simply complete the Rafflecopter below.  I have three copies to give away, so three winners will be chosen at random.  Open to UK entrants only, the giveaway will close at midnight on Sunday 29th November 2015.  Winners will have 7 days to respond, or I reserve the right to pick another winner.  Prizes will be supplied and dispatched by the PR company, the owner and author of this blog will not be responsible for prizes not received.


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90 comments:

  1. national lampoons christmas vacation we always chuckle at it

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  2. Home alone or the snowman!

    Ashleigh

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  3. It's not strictly a movie but when I was growing up I used to love watching Anne of Green Gables which was on every Christmas

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  4. Home Alone as funny throughout

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  5. Elf! We watched it a couple of days ago :)

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  6. Polar Express and Muppets Christmas Carol are ours, hard to choose one over the other

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  7. we love polar express so magical

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  8. national lampoons christmas vacation

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  9. Elf is my favorite

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  10. We always watch Elf!

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  11. We love The Polar Express and Arthur Christmas

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  12. all of them, it gets us into the spirit

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  13. my favourite christmas movie to watch with the family is Elf

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  14. Samantha Wheeler21 November, 2015 15:52

    Home Alone!

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  15. We love shrek and elf

    Kay Panayi

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  16. Elf :) it's one film we all watch and laugh at each time we watch it and we've watched it many times x

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  17. we love Christmas movies our fav is Polar Express

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  18. The Polar Express / Father Christmas / The Snowman

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  19. We love sitting together and watching Elf, it makes us laugh xx

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  20. The Snowman. Also like a Charlie Brown Christmas.

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  21. Arthur Christmas

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  22. A Christmas Carol is always good

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  23. So many! We love Elf. Home Alone and Deck the Halls

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  24. Elf, The Santa Claus, Polar Express, Home Alone

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  25. Elf and Home alone are our top favourites

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  26. Mary poppins - although not about christmas its always on at christmas and is a tradition for us .

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  27. has to be Mickey's Christmas Carole and the Muppets Christmas Carole

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  28. We watch home alone together every year

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  29. I love Miracle on 34th street. I just last week introduced D (5) to Home Alone which he found particularly enjoyable :D

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  30. Miracle On 34th Street, Elf, Mrs Miracle, Home Alone...and that's just the start, so many awesome Christmas films!

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  31. I like a Christmas Kiss which is always shown on Christmas24. As a family, we watch The Grinch every year.

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  32. I love watching love actually!

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  33. The Santa Clause

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  34. Santa Claus the movie is always good the family.

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  35. Love all the "family" ones, but I like the romance ones based around Christmas. :) Oh and the odd Christmas horror film.

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  36. Not completely Christmassy but I love watching Gremlins at this time of the year

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  37. National Lampoons Christmas Vacation

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  38. We love watching Santa Clause the movie x

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  39. Polar express film as my daughter is obsessed with it so seen it many times x x

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  40. We enjoy the old ones like Miracle on 34th Street and A Christmas Carol as much as the newer ones like Elf.

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  41. Elf and Nativity will appear soon, but so far we have only watched Arthur Christmas

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  42. Home Alone 2 - Lost in New York

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