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The 2017 Indie-Lincs Film Festival

By midlandsmovies, Mar 12 2017 12:52PM



The 2017 Indie-Lincs Film Festival


INDIE-LINCS runs over the weekend of 16th – 18th March 2017 at the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre and is a non-profit organisation that shows inventive and challenging films from drama, documentary and animation.


Championing both local and international filmmakers, Indie-Lincs helps showcase original work that helps to embody a low and micro-budget filmmaking ethic.


Prizes will be presented at the event’s conclusion with Big, Little. Baby and Angry IMP awards up for grabs for features, shorts, student and challenging films. The Lincoln Imp is the emblem for Lincoln City and a statue on the city’s gothic Cathedral resides high on a stone pillar.


The reason for that particular mascot is explained by the organisers who say, “the mischievous Imp is the perfect embodiment of the independent filmmaker's spirit, someone who dares to upset the equilibrium and do things their own way”.


There will be over 40 film screenings over the weekend with question and answer sessions from filmmakers, networking opportunities and the final ceremony itself.



Full Indie-Lincs Programme 2017
Full Indie-Lincs Programme 2017

A FREE opening event takes place at 7pm at the Stephen Langton Theatre before the main event kicks off on Friday and Saturday.


Now in their second year, access to the festival is more than reasonable with day passes available for £6 (£4 concessions) whilst a full weekend pass is £10 (£6 concessions). All tickets are available from the LPAC box office at www.lpac.co.uk

The full programme is available below along with the IMP Award Nominees.


Also check out the official website and social media pages below:


http://www.indie-lincs.com


https://www.facebook.com/indielincs






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