As part of Bournemouth University’s Festival of Learning, we are pleased to be screening Rufus Stone the movie, in the community for the community in June at the Lighthouse in Poole and the Rex in Wareham.
Come along and bring a friend!
The award-winning film Rufus Stone is a story of growing up gay and growing older in rural south west England, based on three years of in- depth investigation at Bournemouth University as part of the New Dynamics of Ageing national research programme.
Rufus Stone stars William Gaunt (The Champions)
Wed 5 June 2013
Poole’s Centre for the Arts
21 Kingland Road Poole BH15 1UG
Wed 12 June 2013
14 West Street
Wareham BH20 4JXQuotes from previous audience members:
“Love, sexual tension, betrayal, abandonment, anger, sadness all simmering under the façade of British politeness.”
“I really believe this film will encourage greater communication and encourage acceptance, reduce isolation and enhance quality of life for older lesbians and gay men in rural communities.”
“Actually a wider representation of the community’s cultural and societal norms and values. It will allow citizens who see the film to think reflectively on the ways their own lives are structured and impacted by the environment in which they live. It may also provoke a critical evaluation of their own and their community’s views on diversity.”
“What stood out for me in the film was simply the fact that rarely does one get the chance of seeing a love affair between two men portrayed on screen credibly and realistically, not to say very movingly.”
Details and directions on the registration blue links above.