Giveaway: Go ‘Home’ on Blu-ray for World Enviromental Day


Just as we wrap up our two most recent Caption This entries — one for Terminator Salvation and another for The Hangover — it is time to give away yet another awesome little prize to you, our beloved readers.

20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has hooked us up with two (2) copies of Home, a beautifully delivered documentary from director Yann Arthus-Bertrand, on Blu-ray to give away to some of our lucky readers. All you have to do is leave us a comment answering the question at the bottom of this page.

Directed by internationally renowned French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand, produced by world famous director Luc Besson and narrated by five-time Academy Award® nominee Glenn Close (Dangerous Liaisons), Home aims to change the way people see the planet and their impact on it. Shot in high definition in 54 countries and 120 locations over 217 days, the unique and first-time ever all-aerial filming style highlights the Earth’s wonders as well as its wounds and provides a necessary perspective to approach the changing environment.

Home will be a major event all over the globe; for the first-time ever, a film will be released in every format, including in movie theaters, on television, DVD/Blu-ray Disc and the internet, on the same day in over 50 countries to reach the widest audience possible. It will be broadcast in the US on June 5th at 9pm ET/PT exclusively on the National Geographic Channel, as part of the film’s global premiere in conjunction with World Environmental Day.

To win your own copy of Home, just comment below with an answer to the following question:

Tell us what you are doing to help the environment. Or if you aren’t doing anything, tell us what you would do.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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