The Great Virgin Media Shorts Treasure Hunt (Clue 2)

7 October, 2011 9:43am

Earlier this week, we announced that we’re giving away a pair of tickets to our exclusive, star-studded Shorts Awards night at BFI Southbank next month, where one lucky film fan and a guest will find themselves rubbing shoulders with past and present shortlisters, as well as the inimitable John Hurt and next big thing Mat Whitecross.

Sound like your kind of party? For a chance to win, play the Virgin Media Shorts treasure hunt over the next few weeks. We’ll be giving you three clues a week, each one corresponding to a different film in the shortlist. Yesterday’s clue was an easy one (to help get you into the swing of things) but they’ll get harder, so you need to pay close attention to the 12 films and follow the trail to the end. Remember, you must be registered on the site to enter and have all 12 films in the correct order at the end of the treasure hunt. Click here for more info and terms and conditions.

Raring to go? Remember, you’ll need to work out the answer to Clue 1 before you can unravel this one:

2. In the answer to Clue 1, our heroine says a one digit number at 01:16 seconds. That same number appears beneath a 'Jack Lives Here' sign in Clue 2’s film about an unusual initiation.

 Category: 2011 shortlist

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