Chance of a Lifetime!
--> Win a huge framed RUFUS STONE marquee poster (43” X 33”)
We are moving out of our offices to a new building in the New Year. I will not be able to take the poster with me. It has been in my office since the film’s premiere in 2011.
We won’t have offices in the new building. Instead, it will be what I like to call Ukiyo-e (Japanese for Floating World) where we will be either totally mobile (floating) or somewhat landed (perched, in/on a measured storage and desk space in a ‘shared environment’.
Oh, the thrill of it!
This is your chance to own the RUFUS STONE framed poster for yourself.
Please write a short piece about how the film has impacted on you, your students, your organisation or any wider public audience that might have seen it because of your efforts in sharing it with others. We are very interested in feedback on how seeing the film was able to ‘change their hearts and minds’.
No more than 500 words by 15 November to email@example.com. The winner will be announced by the end of November. You will need to be able to collect the poster from the University on the Lansdowne Campus in Bournemouth.
Your reports on the impact of the film will be used by us in our REF case study about research on older LGBTs and, specifically, the impact of the film. Runners-up (five) will receive a dvd of the film and the booklet from the premiere.
If you don’t want to take a chance on winning the poster but still would be happy to contribute to our case study, please do. Any reports on impact from the film will be greatly appreciated and acknowledged.
Thanks and good luck!