See the film that left 2,800 people in tears on the closing night of the Sydney Film Festival.
Holding The Man tells the remarkable true-life story of Timothy Conigrave and John Caleo, whose enduring love affair has been immortalised in both Tim’s cult-classic and hilarious memoir and Tommy Murphy’s award-winning stage play of the same name.
Their romance endured for 15 years to laugh in the face of everything life threw at it – the separations, the discriminations, the temptations, the jealousies and the losses – until the only problem that love can’t solve tried to destroy them. Now, Tommy Murphy has adapted Tim’s book for the screen.
Starring Ryan Corr, Craig Stott, Anthony LaPaglia and Guy Pearce, Holding The Man is directed by AFI-winning filmmaker Neil Armfield (Candy) and in cinemas from Thursday 27 August. We’ve got 20 double in-season passes to give away!
Total prize value: $680 ($34 per double pass)
HOW TO ENTER: Enter via the form below. *Entrants agree to receive future promotional offers from bmag. This prize is not redeemable for cash. Competition closes 9am, Monday 17 August. UPDATE: This competition has closed. Congratulations to our winners – Dina Britton from Coolum Beach, Marilyn Macfarlane from Tewantin, Chris Kruger from Morayfield, Caitlin Wilson from Kallangur, Cindy Ray from Camira, Helen Abood from Biggera Waters, Jacqueline Mattock from Gilberton, Rodigo Pineda from Kangaroo Point, Julie White from Wakerley, Sandra Thomas from Camp Hill, Helen Darch from Mt Gravatt, Raymond Ross from Heritage Park, Richard Haitoua from Yeerongpilly, Theresa McAlister from West End, Jennifer Lee from Durack, Conny Yat from Kenmore Hills, Jenny Walsh from Bridgeman Downs, Janice Rickens from Chermside West, Lara Hainsworth from Taigum and Hiroko Kanase from Spring Hill!