From Steph Groves: On a sunny Monday afternoon, the second of the successful LSM Alumni Events took place at the Enterprise building.
It was always my aim to remain within the film industry after graduation. “It’s all happening in London. You want a job in film, London’s is the place to be.” Now if I had a pound for every time this … Continue reading
News from the digital culture website 1215.Today about its latest commissioned artwork. HistoLyrical released on http://1215today.com/histolyrical-artwork/ today (7 June at 12-noon). The site has an interview with the artists, Ben Peppiatt and Stephanie Bickford-Smith, about their online work that developed from asking young people “is the hysteria of … Continue reading
LSFM has won the British Universities Film and Video Council 2016 (BUFVC) Learning on Screen Educational Multimedia Award for The Empty Throne, directed by Philip Stevens (2010 alumnus & LSFM lecturer) Urban Apache Films and written by Laura Turner. Well done to the … Continue reading
Here’s the final clip in our Q&A series Meet the Graduates 2014: What’s the best preparation for the world (of work) after studying at the Lincoln School of Media? Graduates Steve Bernard (Class of 2013), Holly Smith (class of 2010), Philip Stevens (Class of 2010), Zoe Easey (Class of 2007), Adam … Continue reading
LSM Senior Lecturer Chris Hainstock has an update about ‘The Banks Endeavour’ to bring Sir Joseph Banks to life in film. The project is spearheaded by our 2010 graduates, Philip Stevens and Sam Wardhan, at Red Dog Film and its crowdfunding campaign to raise … Continue reading
From Chris Hainstock: Author Giles Kristian visited the School of Media last Monday to see a short film made by graduates Philip Stevens, Jake Tomlinson, Stewart MacGregor and the rest of Urban Apache (their production Co. set up after leaving … Continue reading
From Head of School Sarah Barrow: We’re thrilled to announce that this year we have received 3 Regional Award Nominations for student final year film & animation projects produced during 2009-10.
Watch out alumni! A group of level 3 LSM students have won a place at the Polar Film Festival this week, in Finland, with their low budget historical drama feature “Northmen”. The atmospheric costume drama, produced and shot entirely here … Continue reading