#WeAreLSFM. Graduation was simply an incredible experience! There has never been a prouder moment in my life than walking through Lincoln Cathedral as a graduate. It was a momentous occasion and being able to share that joy with my closest friends and fellow graduates from my year made the last 3 years of hard work so worth it! Thank you to the University of Lincoln for making the day so special! Continue reading
See work by the next generation of creatives at the University of Lincoln – where its Festival of Creativity runs from 28th May to 7th of June. LSFM final year students have crafted their art by studying BA (Hons) Animation and Visual Effects; BA (Hons) Audio Production; BA (Hons) Film and Television Studies; BA (Hons) Photography; BA (Hons) Media Production, and BA (Hons) Media Studies. Find out about the range of Lincoln School of Film & Media undergraduate courses here.
Watch the LSFM Degree Show Collective 2019 Showreel. Thanks to the LSFM Collective team; this video was edited by Reece Taylor-Long and music by Edd Sargisson and Mark Atkinson.
Festival of Creativity 2019 organised by the College of Arts at the University of Lincoln (UK) will run from Tuesday 28th May to Friday 7th June. Organisers said: it will be bigger and better than ever before with contributions from across the whole University.
We have 21 exhibitions and 19 special events There’s so much going on and something for everyone! Many of the events require booking as tickets will be in high demand, but everything is free so visit the website lincolnfestivalofcreativity.co.uk and follow on Twitter @FestCreativity.
Your invitation to view LSFM’s 2D Drawing and Design Animation Exhibition. It’s on in the Stephen Langton Building foyer, Brayford Pool until Thursday 11th April.
Programme Leader in Animation, Jane Batkin said: Please share with students and staff and come along to see the selection of work from our BA (Hons) Animation and Visual Effects 1st and 2nd years. Continue reading
Call-out is OPEN for University of Lincoln School of Film & Media undergraduates to register their interest for a mentor from the media industry. This superb student opportunity is due to start in the next academic year (2019-20), subject to the School’s schedule. LSFM Industry Mentoring is designed for TWENTY selected students to be mentored by a professional who volunteer their time from the working world.
Currently our media mentors are working in design, photography, animation, film, television, radio, and audio production, as well as in multimedia jobs from scriptwriting to social media. LSFM Year 2 and Year 1 undergraduates need to apply by MONDAY 29th APRIL 2019. Simply download and complete this LSFM MENTORING 2019-20 Student Form. Return your form to Lynn Johnson via email: LJohnson@lincoln.ac.uk. Thank you. Continue reading
Our graduates are invited to a social event. Hook up with your Uni of Lincoln friends to catch up and connect. The First Thursday Club is an informal business networking opportunity for alumni, academics and staff of the University of Lincoln (UK). Book here: https://bit.ly/2rprMdi
The Uni’s alumni team said: It’s a relaxed event allowing members to raise the profile of their businesses within Lincolnshire and further afield. Every event is held in the Student Union Tower Bar between 6pm and 7pm. If any graduate would like to give a 5-minute talk then please do contact via email email@example.com or call 01522 835 858.
The next event will be on Thursday 7th February 2019. LSFM’s graduate Zoe Easey, Director at Epix, will be the guest speaker on digital marketing. The other dates are: Continue reading
Lincoln School of Film & Media is delighted that our undergraduates’ work have been nominated for 10 Royal Television Society (RTS) Midlands Student Awards 2019. Joint Media Production Programme Leader is Chris Hainstock: This year LSFM have received a record number of nominations for Regional RTS Student Film Awards this year, and we’re proud of the work the students have put in and the films themselves. We have three nominations for animation as well as others for drama and factual. In addition three craft nominations for Camera, Production Design and Editing. It is particularly pleasing to see a joint camera nomination for two female cinematographers working on a challenging period drama. We are competing against other Universities in the region such as Derby, Birmingham, Nottingham and Staffordshire – and we will find out the results on 28th February at the awards ceremony, which will include a special Lenny Henry sponsored award, and if successful the students will go through to the national award ceremony in June.
The winners will be announced at a celebratory ceremony on the evening of Thursday 28th February at The Book Rotunda in The Library of Birmingham, so here’s hoping for some ‘gongs’. Congratulations to the students and staff concerned – ‘and the nominations are’: Continue reading
University of Lincoln School of Film & Media staff and students welcome our new Head of LSFM, Art Historian, Dr Emma Watts. She said: I am delighted to be back in Lincoln after almost 21 years and thrilled to have joined LSFM. It is a priority for me to learn how the school ticks. I am looking forward to a full year ahead with some exciting projects in the pipeline, some challenges and many opportunities.
Emma has worked in various roles in academia, fine art and the creative industries in the UK, Australia and Hong Kong.
On Tuesday the 11th September 2018 I concluded my 3 years as a student of LSFM, Lincoln School of Film and Media. Graduation is something we aim to achieve, but it isn’t until the day arrives that you are filled in a concoction of sadness that your undergraduate journey has ended, and pride at everything you have achieved in your time at Uni. The day involves seeing all your friends and family whilst sharing in each other’s happiness, taking thousands of photos so you can remember the day, seeing your lecturers and having them congratulate you on your achievements.
The ceremonies involve a lot of clapping! But all in all, the day revolves around pride. Pride in your own accomplishments, feeling the pride from your friends and family, pride in your school and pride within yourself. Tell people what you have been up to since leaving because they are genuinely interested and want the best for you. It doesn’t matter whether you got a job in the industry straight off the bat, or if you are taking some time out to think about what you really want to do, everyone will be proud of you.
There are 5 Technical Crew PAID jobs for University of Lincoln students, who’ll be studying in the next academic year (2018-2019). Apply by 7th May for a job to fit around your course.
The Students Union said: To act as local crew for events and work under the venue technicians to provide support in the production of events held in the Students’ Union Commercial Venues.
Key Responsibilities include:
- to provide technical crewing services under direction of the Line Manager
- support the Sound and Light Technician in operation of sound and light equipment under supervision at in-house events, including club nights and internally promoted shows
- to set up and operate equipment, under the guidance of the technical management team