Lincolnshire Heritage Filmmakers – Community Group

About us

WAG Screen is a community group who specialise in making films about Lincolnshire’s history and heritage. We are a non-profit making organisation with a strong community ethic. We were founded in 2006 and are Lincolnshire based. We have a constitution and a committee, but we don’t have a formal membership structure – anyone can join in our activities and contribute as much or a little as they want. When we are working on a big project WAG Screen membership runs into the 100′s, but in between the membership drops down to the size of the committee.

We have just completed, Tell Them of Us, a feature length film to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. The film was directed by Nick Loven, produced by Nick Loven and Pauline Loven, written by Will Turland and Rick Everson, the score was by Chris Gordon, costume by Pauline Loven and the Centenary Stitches team, and the graphic design by Judith Brodnicki.

WAG Screen was highly commended in the 2007 Marsh Archaeology Award competition for its Luttrell Psalter Film. In 2010 WAG Screen was awarded for its ‘Special Contribution to Museums’ by Heritage Lincolnshire and Renaissance East Midlands.

If you are interested in having a film made please contact Crow’s Eye Productions, the filmmakers who lend their professional skills to WAG Screen.



Above: Nick Loven,


a) To increase access to Lincolnshire’s history and archaeology through our web sites, photography and films.

b) To promote the heritage of Lincolnshire, for example through a film of the Luttrell Psalter, to a wider audience.

c) To create opportunities for people and organizations, in Lincolnshire and the East Midlands, to increase their skills and creativity, and to encourage talent and raise standards.

d) To be inclusive and to create opportunities, especially for young people, to experience work in front or behind the camera.

e) To continue to develop the web site, and related social media, of WAG Screen and to make available photographs and short films (where possible).

f) To make available filmed footage and photographs for Lincolnshire conferences, museums and schools where appropriate.

g) To provide Members with information regarding methods, equipment and other matters relevant media production where possible.

h) To promote contacts with other bodies engaged in heritage work, and ancillary social and other events for the benefit of the Members.

3 responses

  1. Mitch Davidson

    Enjoyed The Lady of Shalott, and Victoria Rigby was perfect for it. Excellent costume work as well. Hope it was OK for an American to comment. 🙂

    22 August 2013 at 4:41 pm

    • Thank you Mitch, and all comments are very welcome!

      22 August 2013 at 4:54 pm

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