Win tickets to see Vatican Museum 3D

The Vatican Museum 3D is in NZ cinemas from 19th of March and we're hooking you up some tickets to see it.


The Competition
Who are 3 artists are featured in the Vatican Museum?

Email your answer with your contact details to win@bigscreennz.com by midday on Wednesday the 25th of March 2015 (Please put "Vatican Museum" in the subject line) 

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The Premise
THE VATICAN MUSEUMS 3D brings for the very first time Ultra HD 4K/3D film cameras inside the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, to show the masterpieces in these collections as they have never been seen before.

Thanks to a unique mix of native 3D and the most advanced dimensional techniques used in cinema by directors such as James Cameron and Tim Burton, audiences can immerse themselves in the great masterpieces of art history: “enter” the paintings of Caravaggio and, with unprecedented realism, touch Laocoön and the Belvedere Torso, and feel swathed by the figures in the Sistine Chapel that have never seemed so real before.

Director of the Vatican Museums, Professor Antonio Paolucci, expertly leads us through the past, present and future of the Vatican Museums. From the masterpieces of classic statues to the Cast of Michelangelo’s Pietà, right up to Fontana’s modern sculptures; from paintings by Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci and Caravaggio to those by Van Gogh, Chagall and Dalì; from the extraordinary frescos in the Rooms of Raphael, such as “The School of Athens” to the spectacular masterpieces by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel such as the “Creation of Adam” and the majestic “Last Judgment”.

The Trailer

Vatican Museum 3D is in cinemas from March 19th, 2015

The Terms and Conditions
You must be a Resident of New Zealand and over 16 years of age to win and judges decision is final. One entry per email address. Some additional winners may be chosen from the mailing list during the competition duration. Competition closes midday on Wednesday the 25th of March 2015 (Please put "Vatican Museum" in the subject line)