Media Production 2008 Grad Kaz Bielecki is the Artistic Director of the first Neurodivergent film festival produced in the UK by the award winning Arts organisation DYSPLA. It works “internationally in film, immersive theatre, installation & digital art to shed light on Dyslexic Narrative and the Dyslexic Aesthetic.” The University of Lincoln School of Film & Media will be screening the winning entries of this film fest on Wednesday 21 March, 1.30-3pm in the Stephen Langton Building (Brayford Pool campus).
LSFM’s Senior Lecturer Marcella Forster said:The festival showcases work by dyslexic and neurodivergent filmmakers. Festival organisers will introduce students to the winning films and there’ll be an opportunity to ask them questions about the festival. All our students, staff and graduates are welcome to attend.
The School of Media is hosting four special events in June as part of the Lincoln Film Festival, celebrating the Lincoln Film Society’s 60th anniversary. All screenings will be at the LPAC, starting at 6.30pm.
Tuesday 4 June: The Cinematic “Canon” – screening of Hitchcock’s ‘Vertigo’, introduced by Professor Brian Winston. Continue reading →
If you are in Lincoln on March 26th, take a trip down memory lane courtesy of the Cooperative Youth Film Academy. Watch the inspiring story of the Rochdale Pioneers at The Venue, Bishop Grossteste University. The story delves into how the co-operative movement started and how the town of Rochdale came together to change the society they were living in. Find out more and view trailer. The director, John Montegrande will give an exclusive introduction to the film and answer your questions. Full details and booking
Electric Egg’s feature documentary Into the Wind will make its Lincoln premiere at a special screening on Friday 1st June at 7.30pm at the Lincoln Drill Hall. The film will be preceded by director Steven Hatton’s new award-winning short Heilig. The event offers the opportunity to see both films on the big screen!
Tim Johns, who works at BBC Lincolnshire (radio – broadcast journalist/station sound producer) is putting on a short-film night on 21st July, showcasing film-making talent in Lincoln and the surrounding area.