Red Dog to make Lancaster Bomber film

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.

LSM graduate Phil Stevens is directing, and LSM Senior Lecturer Chris Hainstock has set up a dedicated Facebook page where you can follow the progress of the production.

British Independent Film Festival 2013

From The Kinema in the Woods, Woodhall Spa:

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

Opportunity at Cadwell Park

From Bradley Porter:

We’re filming in Cadwell Park Race Track from the 7th-11th May and are looking for people to work with our Production/Assistant Director and Location Departments in helping marshall the track and keep everything ticking over slowly.

Lincolnshire TV

We have started a community TV channel, but with a difference. When the government decided not to award Lincolnshire a channel on Freeview, our thoughts turned to IPTV. Then we thought, why just IPTV – apart from ecommerce, websites are a bit old hat, so we went for a full social media presence.

We only began in earnest a few days ago, so please have a look, tell us what you think and please “like” us on Facebook!

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Phil Stevens update

From Chris Hainstock:

Phil has directed a new film shot at various locations in Lincolnshire.

By the Winter Sea is a Red Dog Film production and is based on letters taken from a book called Lincolnshire Women at War. It’s the story of a Ada, a World War II Land Girl who moved from London to work on a farm in Anderby Creek, near Skegness.

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Students praised for tourism film

A short promo film produced by School of Media students has had its premiere screening as part of a county-wide conference to promote and discuss Lincolnshire tourism and culture.

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Crow’s Eye Productions (Lincoln)

A few months ago we went on location with LSM graduates Nick Loven and Chris Roberts, not to mention Nick’s mum and Chris’ sister, costumier Pauline Loven – collectively Crow’s Eye Productions.

Based in Lincoln, Crow’s Eye specialises in Lincolnshire heritage, and earlier this year we caught up with them on a cold and misty day at Goltho Church near Wragby, rehearsing scenes inspired by Fiona Mountain’s novel “Lady of the Butterflies“. Nick and Chris reflected on their work:

Meet Nick and Chris at our first Alumni Day, November 10. Continue reading

EM-Media opportunity: Cine Hub project

A filmmaker or filmmaking company is sought to work with two schools in the Alford area of Lincolnshire.

Deadline: May 10

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