History of Warner Bros, Rick Senat | Free Lectures 11 & 12 Dec

Lecturers Warner Bros Your FREE fabulous invitation! An illustrated History of Warner Bros by Visiting Professor Rick Senat, Executive Producer on FANTASTIC BEASTS. 

LSFM Lecturer Daz Scales said: All students, graduates and friends are very welcome to attend. No registration needed – just turn up promptly on 11th and 12th December at the theatre in the Stephen Langton Building on Brayford Pool campus, at the University of Lincoln:

Lecture 1 – Tuesday 11 December: 4pm-6:30pm – Stephen Langton Building lecture theatre (SLB 006): From Europe to America. From the Nickelodeon to Rin Tin Tin. Sound comes to the movies … Bogart, Cagney, The Assembly line, Animation, Oscars, The War years, “Casablanca”.

Lecture 2 – Wednesday 12 December: 5pm-7:30pm – Stephen Langton Building lecture theatre (SLB 006): TV threatens the studios and the fight back. Censorship and the movies. Kubrick, Harry Potter, the internet and beyond.  Continue reading

Radio Legend Trevor Dann is at LSM

Trevor DannVisiting Professor Trevor Dann is at the Lincoln School of Media today. He’ll be on campus over the next couple of days and said, modestly, there’ll be “lots of radio folks who know more than I do!” Trevor will be “leading talks, workshops, debates and offering tons of practical advice” said Head of LSM Sarah Barrow: “If you see him around campus, go and have a chat! Tell him you’re part of LSM and he’ll be interested to hear about your projects and plans.”

Good opportunity to meet a radio legend – er, Trevor’s also a Notts County supporter!

Alex Graham on Commissioning: 14 October 2013 from 2pm in EMMTEC

How to get your ideas commissioned?  Well, join us on Monday to hear from our Visiting Professor who has been in the indie television production sector for almost thirty years. He’s been creating and executive producing many programmes from ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ to ‘New Tricks’.

Alex Graham profileAlex Graham is the founder and CEO of Wall to Wall. He’s a real supporter of our graduates & students, and has advice to offer across the production spectrum. Alex will be sharing his experience and offering top tips on how to get your voice heard and your material sounding and looking at its best.  It’s free, all welcome! 14th October in EMMTEC from 2pm to 6pm:

  • 2.00-3.15: Ten Rules of Pitching – with examples from Alex’s projects
  • 3.30-5.00: Creativity and Funding – with case studies
  • 5.00-6.00: Chance to chat to Alex (EMMTEC foyer)