Win a double pass to see 13 Minutes (Elser) in Australian cinemas

From the same director of the Oscar-nominated film Downfall, comes 13 Minutes, a film based on true events that could have changed world history.

Georg Elser was a carpenter from a small town in Germany, who could have saved millions of human lives – if only he had had 13 more minutes. With 13 more minutes, the bomb he had personally assembled would have torn apart Adolf Hitler and his henchmen.

But this was not to be, and on 8 November 1939, Hitler left the scene of the attempted assassination earlier than expected – leaving Elser to fail catastrophically. 13 Minutes will be screening at limited cinemas (Dendy Newtown & Opera Quays and Palace Norton St and Verona) from July 23 and we’ve got FIVE double passes to give away!

For your chance to win, email competitions@theaureview.com with the subject line 13 MINUTES. Make sure to include your full name, a contact number, address, and that you send from the email address you use most often.

Competition closes July 21st at noon. Good luck!

Participating Cinemas:
ACT – Palace Canberra Electric
NSW – Dendy Newtown, Dendy Opera Quays, Palace Norton Street, Palace Verona, Avoca Beach Picture Theatre
VIC- Palace Brighton Bay, Palace Kino, Palace Como, Cinema Nova, Classic Cinemas (Elsternwick), Lido Cinemas
QLD – Regal Twin, Graceville, Palace Centro
SA – Palace Nova Eastend , Trak Cinema
WA – Cinema Paradiso
TAS – Hobart State Cinema