Adopt-A-County for the Shape Of Love Film - YORK
The Adopt-A-County for the film campaign is designed to help make sure that the character of each Maine county is represented in the Shape Of Love documentary through research, local stories and aesthetics.
York County, created in 1652, was originally called Yorkshire County, Massachusetts and was later renamed as York in 1668. The southernmost county in Maine, it borders New Hampshire and is the second most populous county in the State next to Cumberland. Named after York, England, its county seat is Alfred.
For your donation of $1000 to Shape Of Love: 200 Years In Maine film project, you'll receive a personal thank you in the mail to confirm your adoption, and you will receive a quarterly report of film production and progress, including invitations to come on a shoot or interview.
In 2020, you will receive:
- Four copies of the pre-release, specially packaged version of the Shape Of Love: 200 Years In Maine film AND bonus features and footage from your Adopted County
- A Maine Bicentennial Product Bundle - cool products and wares to set you up to celebrate Maine's 200th!
- An invitation to attend a private Shape Of Love Thank You event just before the film is released as filmmaker (Tonya Shevenell's) guests (up to 4 complimentary tickets)
- You will be thanked as the York County adopter in the film credits, and if you like, on the Shape Of Love official film website.
Additionally, in 2019, you will be among the first to receive an autographed copy of Tonya's new book, with a beautiful Maine-made bookmark.
Notes: There is only one Shape of Love adoption package available for each County, so if you would like to adopt a County but prefer to pay by check, please contact email@example.com so that your County is reserved! Checks can be made to Home Ice Productions and mailed to:
Home Ice Productions Attn: Tonya P.O. Box 10418 Portland, ME 04104.
For more information about the film, please visit the official film website at www.shapeoflove.me