Date | WED 1st MARCH

Time | 5-7pm

Location | Stephan Langton Building

Admission | Free for ALL Staff & Students


Following the success of the Oscar 2016 short film night, next WEDNESDAY the 1ST OF MARCH we will be screening all of this year’s BAFTA nominated short films, including the 2017 BAFTA winning short ‘Home’ starring Jack O’Connell.

This is an unmissable opportunity to watch these excellent short films before they are available to the general public. (Thanks to Philip Stevens for setting this screening up via Curzon Home Cinema)
The films selected are:

‘The Party’ dir. Andrea Harkin Belfast 1972. Laurence welcomes his cousin and man-on-the-run Mickey to a party of drinking, dancing and young love. By morning, reality catches up with them. 14 mins 35

‘A Love Story’ dir. Anushka Kishani Naanayakkara Two creatures fall in love, weaving a colourful world together but when darkness threatens to consume one of them, the other must fight to stay together, or risk being torn apart. 7 mins 04

‘Mouth of Hell’ dir. Samir Mehanovic A child labourer in the burning coalfields of Jharia, India has to make a choice. To do what’s right? Or to save his dying mother. 15 mins 15

‘Standby’ dir. Charlotte Regan Gary and Jenny share the same cramped “office space” as all beat cops: the front seat of a police car. 5 mins 42

‘Tough’ dir. Jennifer Zheng Some things can only be understood with maturity. New light is shed on childhood cultural misunderstandings when a Chinese mother and her British born daughter speak as adults for the first time.  4 mins 49

‘Consumed’ dir. Richard John Seymour A cinematic voyage through the mines, landscapes, factories and ports of Chinese production. 18 mins 56

‘The Alan Dimension’ dir. Jac Clinch Alan Brown uses divine powers of precognition to foresee the fate of mankind… and breakfast. Meanwhile, Wendy has had enough of being married to ‘the next step in cognitive evolution’. 8 mins 46

‘Home’ dir. Daniel Mulloy Thousands of men, women and children struggle to get into Europe as a comfortable English family sets out on what appears to be a holiday. 19 mins 53

Starring Jack O’Connell (Starred Up, Tower Block, Unbroken) and Holliday Grainger (The Riot Club, Anna Karenina)

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Research indaba is a day-long celebration of our School’s research.

join us for an opportunity to experience and to be inspired by the diversity and depth of research, scholarship and practice in the school.

Research Indaba is a non-teaching day in the School of Architecture and Design to allow students and staff to attend this event.




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School of Fine and Performing Arts Artist Talks!

The School of Fine and Performing Arts are pleased to announce details of the first in a newly-launched series of Artists’ Talks. On Thursday 23rd February, we welcome to the LPAC Professor Christopher Baugh from the University of Leeds.

Baugh has worked for many years as a practitioner, theorist and historian of scenography, and is author of the seminal Theatre, Performance and Technology – now in its second edition. Hist most recent published research examines works that are grounded in particular sites and which respond to the socio-political conditions of particular locales. He has also written on contemporary scenographies documented and exhibited at the Prague Quadrennial and is currently exploring computer visualization as research methodology.

We hope very much that you will be able to attend. Please RSVP Dr Jacqueline Bolton ( as there is a cap on attendance.

Time | 6pm, Thursday 23rd February

Location | Studio One, Lincoln Performing Arts Centre (LPAC)