*Once again EURweb is providing you with the opportunity to win valuable prizes.

This time we’ve hooked up with Warner Brothers Home Video to make it possible for you to add to your collection the classic film, The Color Purple and a classic in the making, Robert Townsend’s Of Boys and Men.

To win, all you have to do is send an email with your Name, age, phone number(s) and mailing address to [email protected]. You must put Warner Videos in the subject line.

Enter as many time as you wish. 10 winners will drawn at random and will receive copies of both films. The contest will end Monday, 01-24-11 at Midnight (Pacific).

Warner Home Video celebrates Black History Month 2011 with the DVD debut of the urban family drama, Of Boys and Men, and the Blu-ray™ premiere of the American classic, The Color Purple.   Both films will premiere on January 25, 2011.

Produced by acclaimed filmmaker Robert Townsend and Directed by Carl Seaton (One Week), Of Boys And Men stars Robert Townsend, Academy Award® nominee Angela Bassett (1993 What’s Love Got to Do with It – Actress in a leading role) and three time Emmy® nominee Victoria Rowell (1996, 1997 and ’98 for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series “The Young & the Restless”) in a heartfelt drama that is perfect for the whole family.

Digitally remastered and debuting on Blu-ray™, The Color Purple includes hours of special features, a collectible 40-page Blu-ray™ book with rare images, cast biographies, production notes and more.  The Color Purple garnered 11 Academy Award® nominations that included Best Picture (1985), Whoopi Goldberg – Actress in a Leading Role (1985), Oprah Winfrey and Margaret Avery – Actress in a Supporting Role (1985). The film also captured a nod for Best Cinematography (1985) which translates perfectly for the Hi-Def experience.  

Produced by and starring Robert Townsend, Of Boys and Men is a moving drama set in Chicago’s West Side that highlights the strength of family and the power of love.  The long-awaited day has finally arrived: Holden and Rieta Cole’s eldest son Terrell is graduating from college.  But tragedy strikes suddenly, and now the Coles are forced to cope with overwhelming grief on top of life’s everyday challenges. While Holden battles demons of pain and regret, his sister Janay steps in to help guide her loved ones on a healing path… and save her young nephew Z from making a terrible mistake.  This touching drama stars Townsend with Oscar nominee Angela Bassett and Emmy nominee Victoria Rowell.  The film debuted at the 2008 Pan-African International Film Festival and is a WHV acquisition.

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker and directed by Steven Spielberg, The Color Purple spans the years 1909 to 1949, relating the life of Celie (Whoopi Goldberg), a Southern black woman virtually sold into a life of servitude to her brutal husband, sharecropper Albert (Danny Glover). Celie pours out her innermost thoughts in letter form to her sister Nettie (Akousa Busia), but Albert has been hiding the letters Nettie writes back, allowing Celie to assume that Nettie is dead. Finally, Celie finds champions in her daughter-in-law, the take-no-mess Sofia (Oprah Winfrey) and the glamorous Shug Avery (Margaret Avery), a local girl-turned-juke joint singer.  

Special Features
* Conversations with the Ancestors: From Book to Screen     
* A Collaboration of Spirits: Casting and Acting The Color Purple
* The Color Purple: The Musical
*Cultivating a Classic: The Making of The Color Purple
* Behind-the Scenes and Cast – Focused Featurette Galleries