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(again) Calling hardcore FILM BUFFS for film research

If you feel that you know very much about films and that they have become a too important part of your everyday life, I hereby invite you to participate in this film research for the completion of a postgraduate course im taking, on the topic of film reception. What it would involve is giving an interview (to be filmed) about you and your relationship with films + an insight into your daily life. No payment would mediate but your collaboration would be properly credited in the final filmed version of the work and under a special circumstance a symbolic retribution could be worked out. If you are interested please drop me line on the following email address, so that we can discuss in more detail:  Mail-me 

P. S. the invitation is only open for people residing in london


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