NEWS FROM THE LFI
MR LANCE LENOR (1913-2013)
The LFI regrets to announce the death of Mr Lance Lenor, the acclaimed north west film director who was associated for many years with the Spatchcock studios in Holllinwood,Oldham. He is fondly remembered for his Assistant Director role on A Taste Of Honeycomb in 1961.
(20 September 2013).
EUROPEAN GRANT WILL RESTORE PENNINGTON BLUFF PICTURE HOUSE
A grant of 200,000 Euros will be used to restore the historic Pennington Bluff Picture House which has been used as a cattle barn since it closed its doors in 1993. (March 2013)
COUNCIL BUDGET FORCES WEBSITE CLOSURE
The LFI regrets that the withdrawal of funding by the European Union has forced the closure of our normal website. This temporary website has been created to preserve our presence on the internet until funding can be restored. (February 2013).
A History Of Lancashire Film (four vols) — B Norman and Y Knott
A Penny-Ha'penny A Day: My Life As A Spatchcock Extra — Reg Entwhistle
Bread In The Movies — Paul Hollinwood
Chortle Through The Pain — Les Chortle
Confessions Of A Film-Maker — DW Blunt
Donkey Stoning In Lancashire 1858—1932 — Roger A Butler
Film, Glorious Film — Lionel Oliver
From Tripe to Popcorn: A History of Food in the Cinema — Claude van Winkle
Hollinwood Babylon — Kenneth Banger
How To Eat Well In The Cinema For Less Than £10 A Visit — Kitty Usher
The Lancashire Dutch in Film — Vincent van Driver
The Lost Films of 20th Century Spatchcock - Dr Derek J Ripley (in print)
Tripe In The Movies: The Films of Alfred Spatchcock — Leslie Halibut
* All books are currently out of print unless otherwise stated.
WHAT'S ON AT THE LFI
If you are interested in any of the events listed below, please contact us for further details.
30 September 2013 Alfred Spatchcock: Le Maître Anglais Du Cinéma Surréaliste Anton Decq
15 October 2013 Lance Lenor: Lancashire's Forgotten Director Toyah Peabody (Director, LFI)
24 October 2013 Animal Atrocity: Donkey Stoning In Lancashire Film Margaret Wall
25 October 2013 In Which We Sink (1942) restored print
4 November GCSE
Study Day (closed to public)
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