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In this essay I review the research-informed short film Rufus Stone. Rufus Stone is the result of a 3-year funded research project led by Kip Jones. The film tells the story of a young man in rural England who, while developing an attraction to another young man, is viciously outed by small-minded village people. He flees to London and returns home 50 years later and is forced confront the people from his past and larger issues of identity and time. This essay considers Rufus Stone as both a film and as a work of arts-based research. I suggest Rufus Stone is not only a terrific film but it also represents the best of arts-based research and public scholarship more broadly.
Film, Arts-Based Research, Sexual Identity, Public Scholarship
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Leavy, P. (2012). A Review of Rufus Stone: The Promise of Arts-Based Research. The Qualitative Report, 17(37), 1-3. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2012.1733
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