Icon Film has given us an amazing prize pack. It includes one (1) double-pass to see the soon-to-be-released ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’ and six (6) DVDs:

1. I’m Not There

2. Love & Mercy

3. Nowhere Boy

4. Slumdog Millionaire

5. The Motorcycle Diaries

6.  The World’s Fastest Indian


For your chance to win email editorial@utsvertigo.com.au with ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’ in the subject line – and tell us who is your favourite scientist and why, in 25 words or less. Please include your name, student ID number, phone number and best contact method with your entry. The most creative response wins!

About the Film

In the tradition of ‘The Imitation Game’, ‘The Theory of Everything’ and ‘A Beautiful Mind’ – ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’ leaps straight from the history books to the big screen to deliver an amazing true story about the genius of one man – self-taught mathematical icon, Srinivasa Ramanujan. Not only a story of numbers, but one of determination, passion, spirituality and the power of love & friendship.

In ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’, Dev Patel stars alongside Jeremy Irons and explores the brilliance of a man many believed could decipher the very fabric of the universe – possibly existence itself.  Driven by his destiny for a greater calling, Ramanujan’s (Patel) life was turned upside down when Cambridge professor, G.H. Hardy (Irons) discovered his talents and plucked him from obscurity in his homeland of India. The pair would go on to become unlikely friends and make up one of history’s most bewildering and productive collaborations. As mathematicians they worked on the most complex problems known to man and much of Ramanujan’s work is still relevant in maths and science today.


Terms & Conditions

1.     Only one entry per person per competition.

2.     Must be a UTS student to enter.

3.     Competition closes 5 pm Friday 13th May.

4.     Winner will be notified by Saturday 14th May.

5.     Winner will need to collect prize pack during office hours from the UTS Students’ Association reception.

6.     The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

      7.     Prizes cannot be transferred for cash.