East Lindsey District Council have commissioned Red Dog Film to make a period drama set in Lincolnshire during World War II about the iconic Lancaster bomber. Just Jane is a bomber whose restoration has been a passion for Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage centre and will no doubt feature in the film.
Adam Moss (class of 2010) recently completed working on the OFFICIAL FILM of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
A documentary called FIRST which follows 12 first time Olympians on their journey.
Directed by Caroline Rowland FIRST is a co-production with Mango Films, Southern Cross Cameras, ZenHQ Films
Adam told us:
“I have recently had a very crazy experience being an assistant editor (avid) on the official film of the London 2012 Olympic Games (I also had the opportunity to go and shoot some material too) It has meant working with hundreds of hours of footage and makes editing ‘Void’ my student film seem like a walk in the park! A very eye opening experience”
FIRST will be released on 23rd November 2012
images courtesy of First Facebook page
Six graduates of the Lincoln School of Media have just won a hat-trick of prizes at the 48 Hour Film Project with their film “GLOVE”. Joseph (Joey) Fallon, Jonathan Sankey, Emma Godley, Simon Dunn. Josh Roberts and Ashley Pay, who all graduated in 2010, entered the competition ‘on a whim’.
Competing against a wide range of film makers including 18-strong studio teams from around the UK, the graduates brainstormed on a Friday, filmed all day Saturday and edited up to the wire.
At the UK awards ceremony on 6th October 2012, at the Pheonix Theatre, London – Joseph Fallon won Best Director (with a £5000 Sony camera as prize). The team then won the Audience Award, in a landslide audience vote (prize 2 memberships to the Arts Club in Soho). Finally they won Overall UK Winner, with their film being screened, which then received a huge round of applause. The prize was a trip to Los Angeles next year and entry to the Worldwide competition.
They literally shot to stardom in a few breathless hours! Congratulations to them all. Continue reading
After finishing my degree in May 2010 I went about applying for a few media jobs that I saw on the opportunities at Lincoln website. After a couple of interviews and rejections I decided making money was the most important thing for me to do. Continue reading
After handing in my final assignment in 2010, I only stayed at Lincoln for another month. I was tempted to stay longer of course and make use of the University’s equipment and try to delay the realisation that my student life was over, but I was pretty confident that I was going to get a job in London, or at least an internship quite quickly. How hard can that be, I thought. After an intense final year to complete a 50 minute television drama on a student budget, I thought I was prepared for anything. Looking back now, I was unbelievably naïve.
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I graduated from Lincoln in 2010. In 2011 I was lucky enough to get onto the Vision Intake Pool scheme at the BBC (now known as the Production Talent Pool [Ed])
The scheme is coming up again and is open for applications on the 6th February 2012. It’s also a little different this year with three categories to choose from, rather than two, these being: Runner, Production Management Assistant (TV) and Production Management Assistant (Radio). Continue reading