Joshua Oppenheimer creates a narrative within a narrative sructure in his documentary The Act of Killing to reveal the shocking history of genocide in Indonesia in the 1960s and how the men who perpetrated these crimes show no remorse yet instead celebrate their actions. The documentary was number one in Sight & Sound’s critics poll of the best films of 2013 and we have 5 copies to give away on DVD or Blu-ray couresy of the film’s distributor dogwoof.
To be in with a chance of winning, please answer the following question and state on the entry your edition preference.
Q. Which one of these awards did the film win at the 2013 Berlin Film Festival?
a. Panorama Audience award for Best Documentary
b. Best First Feature
c. Prize of the FIPRESCI Jury
Entry email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Tuesday 14 January 2014.