projectionist


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projectionist

a person responsible for the operation of film projection machines
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My aim is to become projectionist manager, running the entire cinema operation," he says.
When I was 16 the opportunity came up to work as an apprentice projectionist at the Odeon in Gateshead.
Not only did Joan rise to second projectionist at the Odeon, she also worked, for a time, as chief projectionist at another Stockton cinema, called, appropriately enough, The Cinema.
Wife Kim, 53, said: "John was quite ill when he took part in the making of The Last Projectionist, but he loved every minute of it.
And see it at The Electric, which is, as one projectionist says, "one of Brum's little gems".
He was a projectionist at local theaters for 30 years, and in 2004, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette profiled him when the Bijou Movie Theater closed.
The projectionist must receive the films, check them, repair when necessary and store them, and load the spools onto the machinery in the right order.
Then again, after seing In Her Shoes, I did find myself with the urge to punch people - starting with the projectionist, before tracking down everyone involved with it.
The newsreel, originally played at cinemas in East Anglia, was bought by a projectionist for half-a-crown (121/2p) soon after it was shown.
Ten Change-Over Marks, 2003, isolates and enlarges the scratchy little circles that flash in the corner of film frames to cue the projectionist for reel changes.
More prosaic is Rashid Mashawari's Ticket T o Jerusalem It concerns an itinerant projectionist in the West Bank determined to show his films to the Palestinian community despite the chaos.
Company personnel and theater managers began working projectionist booths.