LSM student Ami Petch has joined Electric Egg as a full-time production and post-production intern after completing her Media Production BA(hons) studies. Ami joins founding directors Neil Baker and Steven Hatton as Electric Egg’s first full-time employee. Ami was offered the role after impressing Neil and Steve on work experience with the award-winning production company. Continue reading
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN WORKING ON A SHORT FEATURE? IF SO, WE NEED YOU! WE’RE LOOKING FOR A PRODUCTION DESIGNER!
GSProductions and Panda Planet Productions are working together over the next few months to create a short feature film. We’re looking for someone creative, talented and enthusastic to join the team as our Creative Director / Production Designer. Job details: Continue reading
The Lincoln School of Media is setting up a New Media Social Enterprise to enable LSM students to work collaboratively with local businesses, organisations, charities, schools and community groups to provide them with media support and you with networking opportunities, creative commissions and the chance to develop your business skills. This Social Enterprise is being co-ordinated by LSM graduate of MA Digital Imaging and Photography Hazel Donnelly. Hazel will oversee logistical, financial, H&S, ethical and IP issues. THE GEMINI PROJECT is the first project for our Social Enterprise and we need two fantastic students to get on board really soon. If you are interested can you please contact Hazel directly and she will give you more details. Hazel Donnelly, Project Co-ordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
From LSM graduate Ash Knight:
Editor and camera person
Teaching Art Ltd
Full Time position, starts Immediate
Full time non-linear editor and camera person, proficient using Avid Media Composer and editing to broadcast standards and tight deadlines. As part of a small team you will be expected to be hard working, well organised, flexible and keen to learn new skills. All the Details on Mandy Jobs. Continue reading
ESPTV is a new Internet TV channel showcasing work from both Ermine Street Project CIC and selected emerging filmmakers. We are always looking to expand our database of professionals living in the region, so if you are involved in moving image production in the areas we cover then we want to hear from you. Studying in the region? New graduates always welcome. Follow our blog. Contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information.
This event takes place on the 18th and 19th May in Central London. It looks at every step of the process, discussing the more important aspects with our visiting industry experts. Tickets are available for the early bird price of £79.
Filmmakers across the world are creating extraordinary documentaries, reaching audiences, making both money and a name for themselves, sometimes even catalysing profound change in the way people behave. Continue reading
A leading filmmaker from the University of Lincoln has been shortlisted for a prestigious international award in recognition of his pioneering work to document the on-screen heritage of the Midlands. Andy McKay, Principal Lecturer in Media Production at the Lincoln School of Media, researched and produced Nottingham on Film 1920 -1980 as part of the Midlands on Film series. The DVD has now been named as a finalist in the category for ‘Best Use of Footage in a Home Entertainment Release’ at the FOCAL International Awards 2013. Continue reading
An opportunity came up a couple years ago to work in Shine Network, the consultancy department of Shine Television, now one of biggest production companies in the world. The department’s role was to support other production companies / broadcasters in different territories around the world making Shine formats. I learnt in depth about world media, how commissioning worked, pitching, programme making, editing, filming. From Australia to Romania, part of my job was to visit sets around the world with the teams making a number of different show like: MasterChef, On Born Every Minute, Biggest Loser and Minute to Win it.
The Lincoln School of Media is hosting the first ever Lincolnshire Film Academy, in association with CfBT Education Services, funded by the British Film Institute, and with support from a range of top industry professionals, including Electric Egg
18 young people from around the region have been selected to participate in 9 weeks of intensive training, seminars and workshops on film production at the end of which they’ll have produced their own high quality film using our own HD TV Studio and some amazing new kit. They will all also have the chance to apply for the national Talent Campus being held at the National Film and TV School over Easter. Read more about the scheme. Continue reading