The committee unreservedly apologises for the failure to screen The Innocents, as advertised, and for the inconvenience caused to all those who attended. This is particularly in relation to the absence of information to members prior to the screening and the lack of clarity, and apparent inconsistencies, in communications during the pre-screening hour. The events … Read more
Click here to view the minutes of the 64th AGM of the Lincoln Film Society, which took place on 20th October 2017 at The Venue.
Lincoln Film Society’s 64th AGM will take place after the screening of Dans la Cour on 20th October. You can view the Agenda here. You can view the Annual Report here. You can view the minutes from last year’s AGM here.
Membership We remind members and anyone interested in joining the Society that they will be able to renew their membership for the new season from May 1. The opportunity will extend until May 31st. The Committee has agreed that there will be a small increase in fees for next season, as follows: Single Membership – … Read more
Eyes on Screen, a film review website founded by students at the University of Lincoln, have kindly offered to support Lincoln Film Society by posting reviews of some of the titles being screened in our season. The site specialises in reviewing a range of films – blockbusters and independents as well as the latest TV … Read more
Good news for non-members or those who forgot to renew their membership in May. We now have a September window for joining us! Between 24th September and 8th October you can become a member of our society and enjoy 26 hand-picked gems of world and independent cinema at a great price. Head to the Join … Read more
“What makes a movie a movie?” asks author and critic Nick Pinkerton in the latest issue of Sight and Sound, the BFI’s international film magazine. Pinkerton’s question came up in an in-depth article examining of the changing state of film-going in this country. The type of platform, the size of the screen, apps like Periscope, … Read more
Since June 24th, I’ve been pondering the Referendum result and its implications for film and film societies. The future looks depressing. Film societies work in different ways but they all serve the same purpose, namely to bring their members the widest possible range of films, especially those not on the mainstream circuit. These come from … Read more