Being a producer for a low budget student film is extremely hard work, especially if you are part of a large group with such big aspirations for our final project at university. Continue reading
From Sarah Swindells, Octopus Publishing Group. We’ve published a book called Brick City: Lego for Grown Ups by Warren Elsmore. To celebrate it, we’re asking people to submit a short film or animation, under a minute long. The only condition is it has to have at least one Lego constructed building in it. This competition ends at midnight on the 30th June. We’ve extended the entire thing to allow people more time. Continue reading
The School of Media Degree Show 2013 starts at midday on Wednesday 5th June and ends midday on Friday 7th June. The show is open to the public, free of charge, so why not drop in to the school by the pool for a real media treat? You can pick up a programme at the degree show reception desk in the Atrium from 5th June, or to help you plan ahead, Ben Atkinson has produced a web version of the Show programme.
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
Some very good news – LSM will offer up to 3 selected student film-makers up to £100 towards travel costs for those who wish to enter their films for the International Student Film Festival. Entries are due the end of May, so you should decide as soon as possible! If you need any more support or help, do not hesitate to contact your tutors or LSM Visiting Prof. Nick Gray who was a member of the festival jury last year. email@example.com Continue reading
From Pauline Loven, WAG Screen:
I am currently researching and planning a WAG Screen short film to mark the outbreak of the First World War next year. After much deliberation we have chosen to tell the story of one Lincolnshire war memorial – that of Thimbleby near Horncastle. We have the support of the village and permission and encouragement from the families of the war dead and we will tell the story from the home front. We are working on raising funds for the film at the moment and also looking for cast – in particular two red-haired actors in their early twenties who could pass for brothers – quite a challenge! You can find out more about the project here
From Electric Egg:
Production is well underway on a new and exciting piece of experimental moving-image work. The work is being created for the craft exhibition “Beauty is the First Test” curated by Liz Cooper and will soon be exhibited at the National Centre for Craft and Design (NCCD) in Sleaford Lincolnshire.
For anyone with any short films they wish to submit to a competition, the Berwick Short Film Festival is now accepting entries on the theme of North by Northeast — emphasising the (beautiful) city’s links with Northern Europe and the North Sea.
For more information, see their website
From Janice Kearns: The deadline for submissions to the 13th International Student Film Festival is fast approaching and getting work screened at an international festival is a really good way to showcase your talent – and you might win a prize! The festival will take place in Pizek in the Czech Republic on October.
Find how to enter work here
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