News about a NEW international film festival called Indie-Lincs from the Uni’s PR Officer Rob Wildman: Indie-Lincs was established by the University of Lincoln School of Film & Media to showcase the talents of original and creative filmmakers operating on low budgets, including media students from across the UK and overseas. Screenings and awards will take place on the 11th and 12th March 2016. Indie-Lincs Film Fest Director is LSFM Lecturer in Film Production Dr Mikey Murray: We have been delighted by the response to our new festival and we are screening over 30 films from all over the world. We genuinely hope that the local community will get behind us and come down to join in.
Tickets from Lincoln Performing Arts Centre (LPAC) Box Office on the University’s Brayford Pool Campus: £10 for a weekend pass (£6 concession) or £6 (£4 concession) per day. Age restrictions will apply. Tel: 01522 837 600. See the Indie-Lincs trailer by filmmaker Steve Young, 2011 alumnus and a Technician in the College of Arts at the University of Lincoln. Steve’s film, which he wrote and directed, The Invention of the Perpetual Motion Machine was made with, 2007 graduate, cameraman Dave Clancy. It will be on shown on Sat 12th at 7pm – meanwhile, the making of the short is on Steve’s blog.