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Who Will Win An Oscar? COMPETITION. Win BFI Memberships.

The Oscars are less than a week away.  Who will win best picture?  What about best actor and actress?  If, like me you like to predict the outcome of the Academy Awards then this competition is for you.

Now there's a competition running where they want you to predict the winners across 12 categories at this weekend's Oscars.  The prizes are tuned to movie buffs too.  You could win the top membership to the British Film Institute.  Being a member of the BFI could see you being invited to some of the hottest movie events throughout the year.

It's so simple to enter.  Just click on the link below and make your predictions.  Gravity all the way for me by the way.  However, I'm hoping for John Williams for best score.  The Book Thief soundtrack is a must listen.  Can't forget Industrial Light & Magic for best special FX.  Good luck to them and good luck to you.


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Oscar Predictions competition
Win a Championship Membership to the BFI

To celebrate the 86th Academy Awards that are taking place this Sunday we are asking film lovers across the UK to make their own predictions about the outcomes across 12 top categories! To enter the competition entrants simply need to submit their Oscar winner predictions via Rafflecopter below. 3 of the highest scoring entrants will win an array of prizes related to the BFI. Available prizes include BFI Memberships and tickets to shows at the BFI including exclusive entries to ‘Screen Epiphanies’ run partnership with credit cards provider American Express. Participants can also earn smaller prizes by tweeting about the competition and sharing it on Facebook.

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The competition will close on March 1st the day before the Oscar ceremony and the winners will be notified on March 4th. Any questions and requests for general information can be sent



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