This Christmas it isn't just about watching your favourite festive films on TV, it's about having fun and creating your own as a family too. Brussels sprouts are often disliked and this year Sky are asking you to make a movie, with them being the star, for a chance to win!
You can see Sky's fabulous Christmas ad featuring the little green balls here:
Sky's creation features Rosie, a young girl that isn't keen on finishing her sprouts, and her magical adventure where she explores different films under the dinner table. She sneaks away with her unloved veg and disposes them in several ways - including throwing them into champagne flutes at Cinderella's ball and a game of fetch with a triceratops in Night at the Museum! These movies and many others are available to watch this December on Sky and we are very much looking forward to snuggling up beside the twinkling tree lights with a slice of yule log and cream to devour.
When it comes to Christmas movies, Home Alone is certainly in the top 10 for us. It's one that I remember viewing many times as a child myself but one that the Mini Mes enjoy time and time again too. It was the first film that sprung to mind when putting together our own.
I actually quite enjoyed this unusual challenge, why not give it a go too!
HOW TO ENTER
For those of you that enter the #sproutmovies competition there is an opportunity to win one of four £100 Marks and Spencer’s vouchers, courtesy of Sky Movies! Hopefully my video will inspire you to make your own clip of 3 minutes or less and then all you need to do is visit the Sky Movies Facebook page, and follow the instructions.
- All entries must be entirely the users own work using Brussels Sprouts and their own props to create their videos or photos of Movie Scenes (no use of film studios IPs or copyrights)
- Any music or other sound must be written and performed by the entrant.
- The Promoter shall have no liability (to third parties or otherwise) rising from the Promoter’s use of the entrant’s submission and entrants agree to indemnify Promoter against any claims by any third party arising from any breach of these rules.
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