WAG Screen was a community film-making group who made films about Lincolnshire’s history and heritage. We were established in 2006 and celebrated our tenth anniversary in 2016. We comprised media professionals and historians working alongside graduates, undergraduates, actors and artists, as well as volunteers and those who joined in for the experience.
However, in early 2017, we decided to put all WAG Screen’s activities on hold – possibly indefinitely. This is due to the increasing difficulty of finding funding. The committee (Alison Hinckley, John Males and Pauline Loven) will remain in place for at least the remainder of the anniversaries of WW1 – especially the 100th anniversary of Robert Crowder’s death later this year and Passchendeale in general – to look after the WW1 films and exhibition.
Twitter account @ww1film
Cast and Crew for “William’s Story” on location.
We have been funded by the following funding bodies: The Heritage Lottery Fund, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, The Evan Cornish Grassroots Fund, The Lincolnshire Co-operative Society, Armed Forces Covenant Fund, Lincoln County Council, Horncastle Council and Lincolnshire Grassroots Fund.