TVD Vinyl Giveaway: The Diary of a Teenage Girl OST & Movie Poster

Although the title may suggest otherwise, The Diary of a Teenage Girl is far from a typical teen film.

After a controversial but well-received premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, the movie hit theatres in a limited release Friday, August 7. Starring Kristin Wiig in a role far from her goofy SNL days and Alexander Skarsgard of True Blood fame, the movie is based closely on an autobiographical graphic novel.

Diary follows a 15-year old Minnie, played by British up-and-comer Bel Powley, who loses her virginity to her reckless mother’s 35-year-old boyfriend. Despite this central plot point, the film is far from a Lolita trope, told from the perspective of the witty and curious Minnie.

Set in mid-70s San Francisco, the soundtrack epitomizes the time period with a mix of classic rock, soul, and punk, along with an original composition from composer Nate Heller that features Amber Coffman from Dirty Projectors. The soundtrack is only available digitally and on vinyl.

We have a copy of the soundtrack on vinyl, naturally, along with a movie poster to give away.

Enter to win the vinyl edition of The Diary of a Teenage Girl’s soundtrack along with a copy of the movie poster by citing in the comments below your personal favorite comic book or graphic novel adapted for film.

We’ll choose one inspired movie-goer with a North American mailing address one week from today, August 18, 2015. Our winner will be notified directly via email.

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  • Dave Polak

    I’m going to go with Terry Zwigoff’s adaptation of Daniel Clowes’ Ghost World. Both the film and graphic novel are fantastic.

  • Sydney Anderson

    I have to say ghost world

  • Jojams

    My favorite is probably The Dark Knight! Thank you for the giveaway! 🙂

  • Clancey Yovanovich

    Wow! What an amazing album! Everything is great!

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