Editor’s Letter: January 2016

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Hello,

As always, I would like to start this letter by thanking you. Without our readers and the support that we receive – especially from those within the Lincoln School of Film and Media – Eyes on Screen would not be as successful as it has become.

As you may have noticed, from September, the number of articles that we have been publishing has somewhat declined in comparison to our first three months of being online. However, we want to ensure that updates are kept regular. As a result, starting next week, a new publishing rota is being introduced.

From having five articles published a week, we will be publishing five articles every fortnight – Week A will consist of articles published every Tuesday and Thursday, whilst Week B will consist of articles published every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Of course, this rota may occasionally be interrupted, but this would only be in the situation that we have additional articles for you to read.

In addition to having a new rota of regular updates, we have another exciting announcement…

With special thanks to Dr. Mikey Murray, Eyes on Screen are now in partnership with the LSFM British Film Night, offering the very best of British cinema for yet another semester.

In commemoration of the life and times of the great David Bowie, our first screening will be The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976). This will be held on Monday 18th January at 6pm – University of Lincoln’s Media, Humanities and Technology Building: in MC0024.

If you wish to attend, please visit our event page on Facebook. All welcome!

Screenings will continue throughout the first nine weeks of the semester – every Monday at 6pm in MC0024.

A schedule of screenings is set to be officially published here tomorrow. However, for all of the latest updates, please like our Facebook page: EoS and LSFM Presents: The British Film Night.

Again, thank you for your continued support and we hope you enjoy what we have to offer over the upcoming months.

Until next time,

Daniel Sheppard

 

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