The last of the iconic 35mm FP 2o film projectors that have now been shipped over the pond to Maryland USA. To start a new life showing new and vintage 35mm prints. Flying the flay of analog film for 2016
One of the projectors which i rescued from The Waterman’s Art Centre in Kew, London earlier this year. Is now making it’s journey all the way to the USA in Maryland for a Cinema installation to show 35mm film. Keeping the film flag flying across the pond.
Whilst working doing research on the film documentary on the new Ron Howard film Eight Days a Week. I found that the Beatles played twice in 1963 at The Granada East Ham, East London, E6 which is just down the road from where i was brought up. This was originally a cinema along with a … More The Beatles in East Ham
A recent conversation and one of the last 35mm projectors to be decommission in London at The Watermans Art Centre in Kew. It took two days to fully dismantle two working full size 35mm projectors. As can be seen the digital replacement for both of this projectors. Which have been in the cinema for some … More Watermans Art Centre, Kew, Bedford
I was fortunately involved with an installation in the Orkney Islands. For an old RAF Cinema museum which apart from the 35mm and 16mm equipment which we installed for the period. We was also ask to obtain prints from the shows programme from the 40s. This included Mutiny on the Bounty from 1935, Song for … More Twatt Airfield, Cinema