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Win 1 of 10 double passes to watch the Australian-made film H is for Happiness which arrives in cinemas across Australia on Thursday, 6th February 2020.

Based on the young adult novel My Life as an Alphabet, by Australian author Barry Jonsberg, adapted for the screen by writer/producer Lisa Hoppe, 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.

Set to become an Aussie family favourite, H is for Happiness is a coming of age film that explores themes of first love, family relationships, loss and grief in a truly unique and lighthearted way.


How does it feel to star in a movie? Are you looking forward to starring in other movies?
It feels pretty surreal to me right now! I’m constantly pinching myself. These past few weeks and months have been insanely busy with all the press, but I always take time to step back and really let this magnificent experience soak in! I am always looking forward on seeing what the future holds with acting, especially since I’m growing older and constantly learning, but I do just like enjoying the moment now.

How to balance work and school at such a young age?
I am definitely not a pro on this topic, but I’d say I’ve had a lot of experience about balancing work and school. I enjoy school so I don’t really struggle to with managing school work and finding motivation to gets things done, especially when away on set. My advice would be to focus on what you love and have interests in and find a reason to study that can help you stay motivated, if you do miss out for some reason, always try and find time to catch up, even it’s only 5-15 minutes, everything’s worth it. In the past, I used to get quite stressed about missing weeks of school, but because my school supports my passion and the help I get from peers, I felt more comfortable.

Tell us your favourite experience working on the sets of H is for Happiness?
The overall experience of H is for Happiness, including pre-production and filming has been absolutely incredible! But one of my favourite experiences from working on set of H is for Happiness was all of the beautifully designed and costumes that I got to wear, and getting changed into them, as Candice’s costumes were so bright and colourful. Once I had on Candice’s costume, I really felt like her, as if her character was more to clear to me. The amazing all-female costume team were incredible and I loved seeing them every morning and day!


How does it feel to star in a movie? Are you looking forward to starring in other movies?
It’s pretty weird seeing myself & hearing your voice on Telly! I was a shy boy growing up so being in front of the camera has brought me outside the box and it’s kind of weird when people walk up to me in the street asking if I’m in this show or that movie. I’m looking forward to expanding my acting skills & the experience it brings, so yes I’m very much looking forward to my future endeavours. My goal is to act in a starring role in an action movie, who wouldn’t want to be a superhero???

How to balance work and school at such a young age?
It’s difficult. I miss a lot of social activities like sports – I’m a big rugby league fan ( go Souths ???? ) I’m not one for school work but I do miss interacting with my mates. I have a tutor for the times I miss schooling which I find is really good as I catch right back up from where I left, so a tutor is a must have.

Tell us your favourite experience working on the sets of H is for Happiness?
Working on H IS FOR HAPPINESS was a great experience because I got to go to another state (WA) and sight-see and stay in Albany which is a beautiful place! Working on set was one the most fun things I’ve ever been part of. From working with Joel Jackson who is one of the funniest guys you could ever meet. He makes you feel so comfortable. To meeting Miriam Margolyes for dinner (let’s just say that dinner is one dinner I will remember for the rest of my life). She’s one of a kind, such a funny lady. And Daisy Axon was so beautiful to work with. We became great friends with her family too. H IS FOR HAPPINESS was a great experience working amongst such talent and the production company is one I’ll never forget!


H is for Happiness is in cinemas around Australia from 6th February 2020.

Please note this competition is open from 31st January 2020 until 6th February 2020 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. B. GreggNSW
  2. V. FernandezNSW
  3. P. CunninghamNSW
  4. T. NeyNSW
  5. J. LukQLD
  6. K. JohnsonSA
  7. N. PengillyNSW
  8. R. WardNSW
  9. S. VenkatNSW
  10. K. JohnsonNSW
  • I think this great Australian movie would be great for the whole family to watch and open up conversations with the topics explored.

  • Because it sounds like a fantastic feel good family-friendly movie that deals with all relatable things in life

  • As it;s a true=blue Aussie family movie, most definitely one not to miss.

  • It because I’m sick of all the doom and gloom and everything violent.

  • We have suffered through the gut-wrenching drought trying to keep our cattle alive. Day in and out it takes its toll because you can’t leave the farm. We have had some rain now and I would love to treat my hubby to a movie and a bit of happiness!

  • Reminds me of my Mum’s favourite saying “Happiness is a choice so choose to be happy””

  • There are many ups and downs in life and it’d be a great insight to see how this movie achieves happiness through adversity.

  • It sounds like a great movie to spend some 1-on-1 time with my tween daughter.

  • I would love to take my grand daughters so much has happen in there young lives everyone deserves to be happy . Everyone , to sit and laugh is the best form of happiness . I show miss eight if you smile at someone they will smile back .

  • It looks like a great movie to take my nephews to for the first time. They would love to go to the movies with their crazy and funny Aunty.

  • I would like to watch H is for Happiness as it looks like a great Aussie movie, my whole family can relate to and all of us both men and women, boys and girls would all really enjoy watching H is for Happiness together as a family. It would be a real family treat. ????

  • Love the title of the movie! Seems like an inspiring and happy one

  • I would love to take my grandaughter to see this movie because she loves to be entertained with a great movie.

  • It sounds like a great movie – and I always love to support Australian cinema!

  • Because anything that has a G for ginger and girl main character is going to be g for great!

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