A Trip To The Moon [Le Voyage dans la Lune] by pioneering filmmaker Georges Méliès is having a special release from Arrow Academy, and you could be in with a chance of winning a copy with our latest competition!
Loosely based on the writings of Jules Verne, A Trip To The Moon follows a group of travellers who jet off to the moon from earth on an exploration mission only to end up in peril and captured by the local inhabitants, the Selenites. Featuring a who’s who of the theatrical cast from the era, with Méliès himself taking a lead role, this is one of the very first forays into sci-fi cinema, and spawned the iconic image of the man in the moon with a rocket in his eye.
This deluxe edition includes the movie in both black and white and its original colours, as well as Serge Bromberg and Eric Lange’s phenomenal 2011 documentary, An Extraordinary Voyage and Méliès’ unpublished autobiography, The Long-Lost Autobiography Of Georges Méliès: Father of Sci-Fi And Fantasy Cinema, which is available for the first time since 1961 and finally translated into English by Ian Nixon.
To be in with the chance of winning a copy of this very special Blu-ray, which includes Méliès’ autobiography, simply answer the question below. Good luck!
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