Students Don’t Miss! Meet LSM Grads in EMMTEC 2-5pm Today

Happy Days! Snapshots of some of our alumni for this afternoon’s ‘Meet The Graduates’. It is LSM’s annual networking event between our grads and students. Thirty alumni from the creative industry and media-related areas are looking forward to seeing students in EMMTEC. Have your questions ready for the Q&A at 2pm. Then have an informal chat (over a cuppa!) from 4pm to share experiences.

Meet LSM Graduate: Indie filmmaker Mike Henry, Class of 2009

Michael Henry_shooting Time&Place_Feb2014Currently shooting ‘Time and Place’ and here’s an extract from Quandary Productions online journal, which Mike posted yesterday (and he’ll be at LSM for our new Mentoring pilot and ‘Meet the Graduates‘ THIS Wednesday):

We’ve passed the half way point of the film now and it looks like the only major problem we could have with upcoming shoot dates is the weather. Our eleventh day was a bit of an odd one (even by our standards). We started off by shooting a quick few shots, which required Shaun Woodgates to cover his face in flour and lie face down in a field (he’s an incredibly dedicated chap so we knew we could rely on him). After laying, surrounded by several mounds of horse dung (and battling the extreme wind), we headed to Charles Cromwell’s house to finish off his remaining scenes. Continue reading … 

Don’t Miss! Meet LSM Graduates from Industry on 12 Feb 2014

Yay! Our informal networking event between our students and graduates is a great opportunity. Students you’ve got the date, so turn up and don’t miss your place! Graduates you can RSVP:

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‘Meet the Graduates’ marks 20 years of media at the LSM. Around thirty alumni will join us from the nineties to now. Graduates who’re industry professionals will share their tips & experiences on 12th Feb, EMMTEC theatre: 2pm Question & Answer session then a chance for individual chats – superb social networking!

Sarah Barrow, Head of LSM, said: “Celebrate with us in style! Currently the media and creative industries are the ‘economic powerhouse’ of the UK, according to the latest official reports. Lincoln School of Media is in the top 4 for employability (out of over 90 media courses) in the UK.