Win <i>The Last Waltz</i> on DVD
In 1976 The Band announced that they would be getting together with a few of their superstar friends and playing one last concert. To document this moment of musical history, they invited up-and-coming filmmaker Martin Scorsese, and gave him unprecedented access to shoot what has since been called "the most beautiful rock film ever made".
Over the course of two hours, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, Ringo Starr and dozens of others would play ... not for money, or for attention, but to celebrate music.
It's now been released on DVD in New Zealand, and we're giving a copy away.
To get it you've got to go to our latest correspondent story (from our new roving reporter, Tanya Fleischer) and answer this question ...
When was the Domus Academy established?
Email the answer to us here at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Competition closes Wednesday, 12 November.