This coming Monday (15 July) sees the BFI release of A London Trilogy: The Films of Saint Etienne 2003-2007, bringing Finisterre, What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day? and This is Tomorrow together on one DVD for the very first time. The trilogy is also accompanied by a selection of rare and previously unavailable short films based around the same themes. To celebrate this momentous release, we have TWO signed DVD copies of the trilogy to give away to our avid readers, courtesy of our friends at the BFI. This is an exclusive competition for our Facebook and Twitter fans, so if you haven’t already, ‘Like’ us at or follow us @CineVue before answering the question below.

From a beautifully conceived film-poem and an imaginative exploration of the Lower Lea Valley to an uplifting documentary on a London landmark, the collaborations between electronic indie trio Saint Etienne and filmmaker Paul Kelly (Lawrence of Belgravia) document London’s ever-changing environment and landscapes with music by the band.

To be in with a chance of winning one of TWO signed copies of the BFI’s A London Trilogy on DVD, just answer the following simple question:

Which French football team are the makers of A London Trilogy named after?

a) AS Saint-Étienne
b) Olympique Lyonnais
c) Paris Saint-Germain

To enter, simply fill out the contact form below with your name, email address, subject (‘London Trilogy’), answer and postal address.*

*Please note that this is a special competition which only our Facebook and Twitter fans will be eligible to win. If you are not on our Facebook ‘Like’ list, then you can easily join us by following this link: and/or follow us on Twitter @CineVue.

A London Trilogy: The Films of Saint Etienne 2003-2007 is released on DVD from Monday 15 July, courtesy of the BFI.

The competition closes at 6pm on Thursday 18 July, 2013.

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