Win two titles from Oscilloscope Pictures!!

Oscilloscope Pictures is the feature film distribution arm of Oscilloscope Laboratories. Currently the company has close to a dozen films that it has distributed, two of which The DVD Lounge is proud to give away. Find out how you can win Frontrunners and Dear Zachary: A Letter to His Son About His Father today!!

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In the headline say FRONTRUNNERS.


In the body of the e-mail please provide the answers to the 3 questions presented plus your mailing address.


Finally, this contest ends April 24, 2009 at 8:00 p.m. Central Time and is only open to residents of the United States and Canada.





For this giveaway all you have to do is successfully answer one question for your chance to win. Again, I have to thank the PR firms and studios that help make contests like this possible!


Question – Last December, Oscilloscope released a feature film starring Dawsons Creeks Michelle Williams. Name it.

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FRONTRUNNERS & DEAR ZACHARY – THREE COPIES OF BOTH

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FRONTRUNNERS SYNOPSIS:

FRONTRUNNERS is a smart and funny political documentary that follows the student council presidential campaign at one of the country’s most prestigious public high schools: Stuyvesant High School in New York City.

An entertaining and symbolic campaign film, put forth in classic verité style, we follow four charming and idiosyncratic candidates as they navigate an electoral process that is said to be one of the most competitive at the high school level. These teenaged candidates face the same issues as candidates of any age, such as picking the ‘right’ running mate, shaking as many hands as possible, preparing for televised debates, impressing the pundits and journalistic community, addressing sensitive race-related issues, and mobilizing an apathetic voter base.

A microcosm of the U.S. Presidential elections, Caroline Suh’s film shows politicking and pluralities through the lens of the adolescent experience.

DEAR ZACHARY SYNOPSIS:

On November 5, 2001, Dr. Andrew Bagby was murdered in a parking lot in western Pennsylvania; the prime suspect, his ex-girlfriend Dr. Shirley Turner, promptly fled the United States for St. John’s, Canada, where she announced that she was pregnant with Andrew’s child. She named the little boy Zachary.

Filmmaker Kurt Kuenne, Andrew’s oldest friend, began making a film for little Zachary as a way for him to get to know the father he’d never meet. But when Shirley Turner was released on bail in Canada and was given custody of Zachary while awaiting extradition to the U.S., the film’s focus shifted to Zachary’s grandparents, David & Kathleen Bagby, and their desperate efforts to win custody of the boy from the woman they knew had murdered their son.

What happened next, no one ever could have foreseen

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