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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Win a Signed One-Sheet from Errol Morris's New Documentary Tabloid

Posted By on Tue, Jul 12, 2011 at 10:45 AM

Any time legendary Errol Morris puts out a new film, we're happy. His groundbreaking muckraking in The Thin Blue Line, his deeply quirky, deeply moving interweavings of obsession in Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control, or the simple humanization of Robert McNamara in The Fog of War -- Morris is arguably the best documentarian working today.

So, we're happy to say you've got a chance to nab a sweet piece of Morris memorabilia. To wit: a signed one-sheet from his upcoming documentary, Tabloid, opening Friday at the Embacadero Cinema in S.F, plus a digital download of the film's soundtrack by constant Morris collaborator John Kusiak.

Details on how to win after the jump.

It's simple. Leave us a comment, explaining your favorite tabloid story ever in 15 words or fewer. It can be funny, it can be sad, it can be disgusting. Just make sure it's a good tabloid story, and interesting. Our example? Man removes cherry pit from nose after 10 years, finds himself missing it.

Leave your comment below, and make sure to include your e-mail address in the comment box. (Don't worry, it won't be displayed on the site; we just need a way to get in touch with you.) The contest runs until Monday at 9 a.m. PST; we'll contact the winner shortly after.

Best of luck!


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