‘My Brothers’ Competition: Win a weekend away to Fota Island Resort


The makers of My Brothers, which is released in cinemas nationwide on 17th August, have an incredible prize to give away!!


First Prize: Take a weekend stay away in the gorgeous Fota Island Resort, home to all their cast and crew during the filming. Plus 4 tickets (2 x pairs) to a My Brothers screening near you.

Second Prize: A retro Casio watch as featured in the film. This is not the watch worn by their star Don Wycherly but you can tell your mates it is if you fancy. Plus 2 tickets (1 x pair) to a My Brothers screening near you. 

Runner up prizes: Win a pair of tickets to a My Brothers screening near you. The film is playing nationwide so if you’re a lucky winner you can tell them where you want to see the film and they will provide you with a pair of tickets.




To enter the competition just answer this simple questions below:

What is Squally’s opinion is “the best thing ever ever ever”?


  1. The whale on the beach
  2. Watching a train fly past them.
  3. Being with his brothers.



Just email your answers to info@treasure.ie with the subject heading  “MY BROTHERS”

Hint: The answer can be found in the trailer below..


Prize details:

Pack up the family and escape to your private island with Fota Island Resort, Cork. Win 2 nights’ accommodation for 2 adults and 2 children staying in inter-connecting rooms at Fota Island Resort, with dinner for the family on one evening in Club House.

Fota Island Resort in Cork, is a glorious combination of elegance, natural beauty, serenity and service in one of the most outstanding settings on the Irish coast, where a luxury hotel, renowned golf course, world-class spa and great dining options make it an island that is hard to leave.. I’m sure the cast and crew found it hard for sure!http://www.fotaisland.ie

The film.

Set over Halloween weekend in 1987, My Brothers is the story of the three boys’ journey to replace their dying father’s watch. NOEL (Timmy Creed) is seventeen, serious, weighed down by responsibility. Twelve-year- old PAUDIE (Paul Courtney) is cocky, not so bright and dreams of playing in goals for Liverpool and the youngest is seven year old SCWALLY (T.J Griffin) – daydreamer, naïve and obsessed with Star Wars (despite never actually having seen the films). Using a battered bread van, the brothers embark on a journey across the wild Irish landscape, grappling with grinding gears, dodgy electrics and sibling tensions to get to an arcade machine in a small Irish seaside town.

My Brothers, Written by Cork-born screenwriter Will Collins,  is the directorial debut from award-winning writer Paul Fraser (Heartlands, Somers Town, Dead Man’s Shoes). Original soundtrack composed by Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody, and Garret “Jacknife” Lee. The Film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and was the opening film at the Galway Film Festival.


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