"A Teacher"
Oscilloscope "A Teacher"

To celebrate the release of Hannah Fidell’s Sundance and SXSW racy debut "A Teacher," Oscilloscope Laboratories is offering to help you pay down those pesky student loans. The film opens theatrically in select theater September 6th, and is now available to watch on iTunes and on demand.

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In the acclaimed psychological thriller, Lindsay Burdge, in a breakout performance The Hollywood Reporter praised as "commandingly internalized," plays high school teacher Diana Watts (Lindsay Burdge), engaged in a heated affair with a male student (Will Brittain).

To celebrate the release of the drama, O-Scope wants to help by giving you $1,000 towards your student loans (or you know, whatever you want to spend it on).

There are two ways to enter their "A Teacher" back to school contest:

  • E-mail O-Scope a story of your most memorable teacher crush to ateachercontest@oscilloscope.net. Teachers can also take part by e-mailing a story of your hottest student crush. They'll be sharing some of their favorite stories on their Facebook and Twitter pages leading up to the film's theatrical release. They promise to keep your stories anonymous. Or if you'd prefer that they don't post your story, just let them know and O-Scope will respect your privacy -- you can still be in the running without having your story posted.

They'll also be giving away five (5) O-Scope prize packs to their favorite stories.

Haven’t had a teacher crush? Or just extremely lazy? That’s OK!

  • Just tweet this and you’ll be in the running: I’m hot for @ATeacherMovie – now available on demand & digital; in theaters Sept 6! @oscopelabs @indiewire http://bit.ly/19xzW3j

You can only choose ONE method of entry, and make sure to do it by 11:59 PM EST on Wednesday, September 4th to be eligible to win. O-Scope will choose and we'll be announcing the winner on Indiewire on Thursday, September 5th.

Good luck!

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