From University of Lincoln graduate Tim Nicholls: My company Red Bee Media currently has opportunities for work placements in the creative division. “Red Bee CREATIVE is the crack team who devise all those memorable bits between the programmes on TV. We’re talking the trailers and Idents which are internationally acclaimed for their originality, flair and wit. But our work is not only on TV, we transform media brands by creating content for any platform and on any device. Our teams specialize in all types of short-form content, so our projects range from web programmes to digital / social media campaigns.”
Here’s a fantastic film-related challenge – a chance to show off your film making skills and win some great entertainment prizes. The challenge is called ‘Tailor a Trailer’ and we’re looking for people to create a trailer for an imaginary film, related to mobile phones in some way. It must be under 40 seconds in length and can be whatever genre: action, horror, comedy, drama, etc. Entries close 20th of August 2013. Full information on the Giffgaff blog.
LSM staff and students have returned from their pioneering placement at Finland’s Tampere University of Applied Sciences School of Art, Music and Media. It was the first phase of the new Media Culture 2020 scheme, which brings together students and teaching staff from Higher Education institutions across Europe. Continue reading
Our Youtube Channel favourites have been updated. Explore an eclectic collection of most of the clips featured on this blog. Feel free to comment!
We are very excited to announce that The Kinema will be one of the venues across the UK hosting the BRITISH INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL 2013. We will be showing a selection of feature films and short films over the weekend of Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th May. Details and tickets Continue reading
It is literally three years ago since I wrote my first blog for the LSM page. I know this because I just read it again to remind myself what I wrote in preparation for writing this entry. Hopefully my grammar has improved since then!
Three years ago I had been working for a little while on a show called My First Place, a real estate show about first time homebuyers. I was a production coordinator for the show so I was in charge of getting the legal releases required for the show so we could film people and locations. I loved this job, it was great fun. 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
From Sarah Barrow:
More and more of our students are signing up for the Lincoln Award – a great scheme to help them think about all those extra-curricular things which could be of use when looking for a career and/or further study. If you are interested, just contact Jess Shields – firstname.lastname@example.org. Details of the scheme can be found here. Continue reading
After graduating with a degree in media production I took the usual route of trying to get as much experience as possible under my belt, in my chosen field of audio. I was fortunate enough to get land 5 different work experience placements across production facilities for Radio and Sound Post-Production for Film and TV.