projectionist


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projectionist

a person responsible for the operation of film projection machines
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It was Hughie who first worked in showbusiness - working behind the scenes at a projectionist at the Empire and later becoming the last manager of the Hippodrome
The numbers came on screen after I'd laced it up and the chief projectionist, John Radford wasn't very happy.
Tom had previously been a cinema projectionist for most of his working life.
The 65-year-old - who was born above the old Grand cinema in Glasgow's Cowcaddens - had been chief projectionist at Glasgow Film Theare for 32 years.
I applied just for something to do - I got the job as projectionist and none of my friends got any of the other jobs.
Now, remarkably, as well as composing the score for and playing guitars, keyboard and percussion on the soundtrack, he has also written, directed, edited and dubbed The Last Projectionist, which uses archive footage found at his 1909 cinema to help tell its ever-changing story.
The Last Projectionist Cert 12A, 80 mins The international film database website IMDb lists the 'cast' of this film as John Brockington, Phil Fawke, Les Castree and Graham Lee.
Brinckle--a projectionist for 33 years at Middeltown's Everett Theatre--survived to see his theater disassembled and rebuilt as part of a traveling exhibition which, along with a video documentary on Brinckle's story and this book, constitute Messick's The Projectionist project.
Mike Taylor, Projectionist Projected Picture Trust, North West Region
Producer Cassian Elwes said the projectionist turned on the lights by mistake two scenes from the end.
Gordon Brinckle seemed like an ordinary man living in a 1950s-era home in Delaware, who was known as the night projectionist at the local movie theatre.
63, longtime movie projectionist and avid milk bottle collector, died Saturday, November 14, 2009 at his home in Paxton.