Actors wanted for heritage film

Pauline Loven

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

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Khi Mahmood, class of 2010

Khi Mahmood

From Chris Hainstock:

Khi Mahmood tells me he will be credited on a BBC prog called “Britain’s Hidden Heritage” which is airing this Sunday at 7 on BBC1 and BBC1 HD.

As he says: “Its going to be my first prime time credit as an Edit Assistant”

Small steps to bigger things hopefully.

University of Lincoln to host film archive

From Dean of the MHT Faculty, David Sleight:

The Executive Board of the university yesterday gave approval for the Media Archive for Central England to relocate to the University campus from July 2011.


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Crow’s Eye Productions (Lincoln)

A few months ago we went on location with LSM graduates Nick Loven and Chris Roberts, not to mention Nick’s mum and Chris’ sister, costumier Pauline Loven – collectively Crow’s Eye Productions.

Based in Lincoln, Crow’s Eye specialises in Lincolnshire heritage, and earlier this year we caught up with them on a cold and misty day at Goltho Church near Wragby, rehearsing scenes inspired by Fiona Mountain’s novel “Lady of the Butterflies“. Nick and Chris reflected on their work:

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Traineeship opportunity

The curators of the Film London-supported Black London’s Film Heritage project invite applications from aspiring BAME-background film curators for a trainee position being offered as an integral part of this new screen heritage initiative.

Applications should be submitted via email to by midnight, Friday 8 October.

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WAG Screen – class of 2001

Nick Loven

Nick Loven

WAG Screen is a prolific Lincoln-based non-profit-making community group led by graduates Nick Loven and Chris Roberts.

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