Win free green electricity for a year with Disneynature's 'The Crimson Wing'

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To celebrate the release of Disneynature’s first ever film,
The Crimson Wing, Ecotricity and Disneynature are giving you a chance to make your electricity bill take flight with a year's free green electricity.

Set to a score by the Cinematic Orchestra, The Crimson Wing tells the story of a remote and forgotten wilderness, where one of nature’s last great mysteries unfolds: the birth, life and survival of a million crimson-winged flamingos. Against the dramatic backdrop of unforgiving, never-before-filmed landscapes, the film follows the birth of a tiny flamingo hatchling and the perils and fortunes of her life in the extraordinary "other world" of Lake Natron in northern Tanzania.

Ecotricity is an electricity company with a difference - dedicated to changing the way electricity is made. They take the money their customers spend on electricity and invest it in clean forms of power like wind energy. Switching to a green energy supplier is simple, quick and doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. For more information, please visit www.ecotricity.co.uk.

Disneynature is a label dedicated to working with leading filmmakers to produce one cutting-edge theatrical release each year celebrating the wonders of the natural world. In the great tradition established by Walt Disney himself, Disneynature will offer spectacular entertainment about the world in which we live.

Here's the trailer

The Crimson Wing opens in London only at Empire Leicester Square on 25 September. Nationwide release at Cineworld Cinemas exclusively on Tuesday 29 September.

For your chance of winning this fantastic credit crunch busting prize, answer this simple question:

The Crimson Wing follows which mysterious birds?

a. Penguins

b. Flamingos

c. Parrots

Click here to email your answer - please include your phone number and home address in your entry.

Competition closes on 5 October.

Only entries on the official form will be accepted. The winner will be notified by the end of February 2010.

The winner will be drawn at random.

The prize cannot be taken by a household who uses a prepay meter meter or coin-operated electricity meter.

Ecotricity reserve the right to decide if an alternative solution can be provided.

The winner will be required to switch their electricity supplier to Ecotricity in order to receive the prize.

There is no cash alternative.

The prize is only available in mainland England, Scotland and Wales

Click here for Independent competition rules .

© Disney Enterprises, Inc.

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