Based on the young adult novel 'My Life as an Alphabet' by Australian author Barry Jonsberg, 'H is for Happiness' follows Candice Phee, an unflinchingly honest and optimistic twelve-year-old who is determined to bring her dysfunctional family back from the brink. Her exploits will inspire and delight anyone who has faced the trials of adolescence and the heartbreak of family tragedy.
The feature debut of long-time theatre director, John Sheedy ('Mrs McCutcheon'), 'H is for Happiness' is led by young Aussie newcomers Daisy Axon and Wesley Pattern, with a stellar supporting cast including Richard Roxburgh ('Moulin Rouge', 'Hawke'), Emma Booth ('Once Upon a Time') and Joel Jackson ('Jungle', 'The Boy Next Door'). Also in the film is Miriam Margoyles, best known for her role as Professor Sprout in the 'Harry Potter' franchise, as well as award-winning actress Deborah Mailman ('The Sapphires', 'Total Control', TV's 'Offspring'), 2019 winner for AACTA's Best Lead Actress in a TV Drama.
The 'H is for Happiness' competition has now closed. Winners will be announced shortly. Check our Comps page for all a list of our winners.
Competition opens at 5pm AEDT on Sunday 2nd February 2020 and closes at 11:59pm AEDT on Sunday 9th February 2020. Five winners will be chosen at random on Monday 10th February 2020. To successfully win, entrants must fulfil the above entry conditions before the time the competition closes. Current members/followers are eligible to enter the competition. Only one entry per person. Only one winner per household. To be a valid winner, the entrant must not have won a prize from SWITCH within the last 28 days. Each winner will receive one double pass to 'H is for Happiness'. By entering, you agree to receive occasional emails from SWITCH in the future. If you decide to unsubscribe from these updates, any further entries will not be applicable. Only Australian residents are eligible to enter.
'H is for Happiness' is in cinemas from Thursday the 6th February 2020 through Universal.