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All the years as I have traveled over the Internet I have collected relevant links to this site – in fact this site started as a location to store the useful links which I found. So this page is a directly of useful links. You can either browse the entire collection of them, or select one of the subsections on the left to filter it down to a more manageable list. Of course if you have a link which you think I should include here then please drop me an email.

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  • Ron the Projectionist Description to follow
  • 21st Century Cinema: An indie look at Digital Cinema This article from Creative Cow leader Russell Lasson looks at how digital cinema works, and how one indie company is s building their business around it. Also, a closer look at professional-strength Windows on Mac workflows.
  • 35mm Blog Description to Follow
  • 70mm installation at Picturehouse @ Fact, Liverpool. Shows the installtion of the 70mm in this cinema.
  • A Day in the Life of Peter Mork Movie Projectionist
  • A Day in the Life of Peter Mork, Movie Projectionist by Christopher Cox
  • A Day in the Life: Life in the reel world From Amarillo.com: More stories of a projectionist. (Free registration maybe required to see the story).
  • A Listing of British Motion Picture Labs Contains lots of information on the British Motion Picture Labs.
  • A Solar Powered Cinema is a micro movie house powered entirely by the Sun. We can accommodate 8 adults or 12 young people comfortably for a unique cinematic experience. We have a full library of comedy, quirky, music and environmentally themed short videos.
  • ABCD (Abingdon) Film Society
  • Aberdeen University Cinema Club provides information about the cinema club.
  • About Cornish People Details of the population of Cornwall
  • AccessIT Has an interesting video relating to the Digital Cinema, which is worth having a look at.
  • Aint-it-cool-news get the latest news and information on movies and television
  • Airscreen produce inflatable screens.
  • All Music Library – Royalty Free Music All Music Library has the highest quality royalty-free, buyout, and production music tracks available. All music from All Music Library comes with an UNLIMITED royalty free license with tracks at very low prices.
  • All-Movie Guide an American movie database providing a good synposis and other information. A protential rival to <a href=http://www.imdb.com/ target=_blank>IMDB</a>
  • Amazon Book *** DEAD LINK ****
  • American Widescreen Musuem This is an extensive website dedicated to the technology of Widescreen cinema.
  • AmPRo Projector parts and service. A full service audio video and lighting control company.
  • Anders Jacobsen’s blog – have you ever wondered what the black dots in the corner of a film are? This pages tries to explain it for you. You can also get further information <a href=changeovers.php>here</a>.
  • Anthony Williams Consultants Description to Follow
  • Antivj is focused on the use of projected light and its influence on our perception.
  • Apertures, Aspect Ratios, Film Formats A fasinating article all about apertures, aspect raios and film formats along with lots of examples. Real worth a read.
  • Arqiva Satellite & Media ‘Going Live!’ and aims to be an objective, non-promotional, easy-to-read, informative and non-technical overview of digital projection of live event content in cinemas. It looks at the market opportunity, the current state of digital cinema set-ups, and
  • Arri Digital Cinema This is a section on Arri’s website about Digital Cinema, with some nice examples of workflow.
  • Arts Alive /Flicks in the Sticks
  • Arts Alliance website for Arts Alliance Ventures (a venture capital organisation) and Arts Alliance Media (builder and operator of film-related services, with the emphasis on the independent film space).
  • Ask Jeeves Answer on Pyrotechnics
  • Ask Yahoo What Are Cues dots…….
  • Aspect Ratio FAQ A great little article about aspect ratios.
  • Association of Stage Pyrotechnicians (ASP) The ASP is a UK administered organisation for people working with stage pyrotechnics
  • At a cinema near you: strategies for sustainable local cinema development
  • Atlab Group This is a very intersting site with a lot of technical information about film and cinema.
  • Attila Nemes secrets of projecting, pictures. Attila Neme’s father shows the procedure in a projection box through a mixture of photographs and captions.
  • Australian Film Commission website for this organisation.
  • Automating Cinemas Using XML Film Markup Language (FML) is a DTD and a process model for automating cinemas. It could very well encompass more than just the screening itself. For example, the bookings and ticket sales handled at the box office are ideal for XML; Scalable Vector Graph
  • AV Tech Online An online site for AV Technicans.
  • Avica Technology This site is full of technical informaiton on digital cinema, an dincludes descriptions on how it is likely to work in the multiplex world.
  • Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Class Projectionists As the sites says/
  • Barco Projection systems digital cinema, home theatre, presentation and more.
  • Bath University Film Society considered to be one of the best student film societies in the country and has a good web site as well.
  • BBC Audio & Video This page returns all the video & audio results for ‘Cinema’ on the BBC website.
  • BBC Footage and <a href=http://www.bbclibrarysales.com target=_blank> BBC Library Sales</a> – The websites for the <a href=http://www.bbc.co.uk target=_blank> BBC</a>‘s archive for external customers.
  • BBC News – Lottery funds mobile cinema plan plus also other related stories.
  • BBC NEWS in Cinemas Before you get to excited, this is only a suggestion which was made by someone and the comments which followed. I thought it was worth adding to the site for reference and further thoughts.
  • BBC Search for Projectionist The results for Projectionist on the BBC search site are all really good results and worth having a look at.
  • BBC SILENT CINEMA SEASON The BBC has been running a silent cinema season on BBC Four, which has included a series called “PAUL MERTON’S SILENT CLOWNS”. This is the supporting site for the series and includes links to a number of other relevant sites and also some downloads of sil
  • BBCs Film section providing lots of information on films
  • BBFC Preview Theatre Details of the projection facilities available
  • Be Natural A documentary searching for Alice Guy-Blaché, who at 23 was the first female director, became a powerful figure in film, then vanished.
  • Beaming David Bowie this book is due to be published in August 2005. For the launch of Bowie’s 2003 album, Reality, author Marc John organised a groundbreaking satellite broadcast of a specially produced David Bowie concert which was shown exclusively in digitally equipped c
  • BECTU the union for Broadcasting Entertainment Cinematograph and Theatre Union. This site also has a lot of useful links.
  • Bede Film Society
  • Behind the Scenes: The Projectionist Booth A projectionists blog
  • Being a cinema projectionist An intervierw with Roz Fowler who is a projectionist.
  • Bell Theatre Services Ltd. Projection equioment suppliers in the UK. A very good website with a number of extras including Lens Calculator software. The web site also has a number of pieces of software available to download under the software section of the site.
  • Berkhamsted Film Society
  • BFFS (British Federation of Film Societies) This site has recently been updated and provides information on film societies around the country.
  • BFI Viewing Theate Description to Follow
  • BICC FILM SOCIETY History An intersting 28 page history of the society.
  • Bideford Film Society
  • Big Screen Biz A web site for people who work in the movie theatre industry. They have services for theatre owners employees film bookers manufacturers distributors and anyone with an interest in the business of exhibition.
  • Big Screen Biz Directory This part of a larger size dedicated to business side of the industry. This particarly page is a great source of information on companies and provides a huge number of company links althou most are American. It is worth having a look at the site in gener
  • Big Screen Biz Ebay Are you tired of searching page after page on eBay for that special item your looking for? Well, we have done the searching for you and have brought some of the best in equipment and collector items to our site. Take a look at what we have, maybe you’ll f
  • Big Screen Support Machine Provides list of Freelance’s – this page goes directly to the projectionist section.
  • Bill Douglas Centre Founded in 1994, the Centre contains an enormous collection relating to the history of film and visual media
  • Biography Search – for projectionist This is a search on <a href=http://www.imdb.com target=_blank>IMDBM</a> site which looks at people who were projectionists at some point in their careers.
  • Birkenhead Library Cinema Club Film Society
  • BKSTS The Moving Image Society This page has lots of information about the cinema and also has a lot of useful links.
  • Black Star Home Page Description to Follow
  • Blandford Forum Film Society
  • Bond Movie Posters A website of James Bond posters released all over the world.
  • Bonsall and District Film society based in Derbyshire.
  • Bowness Theatre Film Society
  • Box Office UK based information
  • Box Office Charts from My Movies
  • Box Office Guru Get the latest information on how well a film is doing at a cinema
  • Bracknell Film Society
  • Bradford-on-Avon Film Society
  • Brian Pritchard a whole wealth of technical data about film processing, Nitratre filme and more, worth having a look.
  • Bridget Jones Locations this website shows the locations used in London for the film.
  • Bright Lights Journal a popular academic hybrid online journal on movies which looks at art house style material.
  • Brighton International Film Society
  • Bringing the show to town this is an article about EO Parker, who was a pioneer in Cornish Cinema. However the rest of the Flickernow website is worth a visit as there is a good amount of information on it, all with a Cornish and South West slant.
  • Britfilms Description to Follow
  • British and Irish Cinema and Film Periodicals in the Newspaper Library Gives details of each of the periodicals and details for further information.
  • British Board of Film Classification The website for the BBFC with a range of useful and interesting information.
  • British Fairground Ancestors This is a website which looks at the showmen or fairgrounds, including those involed with the early cinema experiements
  • British Film Institute (BFI) a site providing a good selection of information on the BFI and its activities including a list of regional BFI theatres. Also links to the BFI London Imax
  • British Tourist Authority Moviemap This site provides details of where movies in Britain
  • Brunel Film Society This page doesnt appear to have been updated since 1995 but has been included for the sake of completeness.
  • Buckingham Winslow Film Society
  • Bude Community Cinema Following the closure of the local independent cinema in 2007, the idea of forming a film society was floated in April 2008. Five volunteers responded.
  • Build your own home cinema projector This page demonstrates how to build your own home cinema projector for very lttle cost.
  • Bury Odeon A site looking at the history of this cinema
  • Business.com web site with a whole list of links to exhibitors
  • Bute Film Society
  • Calling All Theaters : Are you red reader ready from Motion Picture imaging
  • Cannon Cinemas This chain has three cinemas at the moment.
  • Caps Limited Description to Follow
  • Cardiff Film Society
  • Careerjet This site is a recruitment site, but lists cinema/projectionist related jobs.
  • Carlisle Film Society
  • Carlos Placido Some photographs of projection room equipment by Carlos Placido
  • Carlton Screen Advertising Information about this company, who are one of the companies who providing the advertising in cinemas.
  • Carn Brea Mining Society Description to follow
  • Castle Rock Provides details of coming releases from this production company.
  • Caths (Cinema and Theatre Historical Society Victoria Australia) – this is a fantastic site and well worth going to visit. It provides a lot of information and links which are related more to Australia.
  • Celebrating West Country Cinemas This is a fantastic website dedicated to the cinemas of the Westcountry. A forum has now been added for discussion on cinemas in this area. This is definately a site worth keeping an eye on.
  • CF University film society. This society makes as well as shows films. They are equipped with digital projection facilities.
  • Charles Urban,Motion Picture Pioneer:Science, education and discovery in the early years of cinema This is fantastic website with a vast amount of information. Definately worth a look if you are trying to study the history of the medium
  • Chateau Nerd A Guide To Mikael Barnard’s Collection of Film Projectors
  • Chelmsford Film Club Film Society
  • Cheltenham Film Society
  • Chertsey Film Society Now in its 29th Season, Chertsey Film Society shows 12 films a year, selected from the best of recent British, US and World cinema, as well as the occasional classic from way back in the 20th Century. All films are screened at the Chertsey Hall, and are n
  • Chester Film Society
  • Chiswick Film Society
  • Chorley Film Society
  • Christie Digital This website is great. There is so much information to look at and read that you could be there for a while. This site gives full details of all of Christie’s projectors both domestic and professional and cinema and non cinema related. There is still a se
  • Cin-Tronics Cinema equipment sales and service. Also provides a good selector of links.
  • Cine Check get paid to watch movies! Cine Check gets people to check the adverts and trailers shown before selected films in cinemas – and they pay you to do it.
  • Cine Photo This is a fantastic website full of cinema related photographs and a large number of weblinks and information.
  • Cine Structures Specialists in cinema, home cinema and screening room design and technology
  • Cinea Description to Follow
  • Cineacute;Guernsey Film Society
  • Cinecultist is a weblog in which a movie-goer, film fanatic and cinephile based in beautiful New York City chronicles viewings and musings on the film industry
  • Cinefund Crowdfunding for the Digital Conversion of UK Cinemas
  • Cinema A web site containing a variety of information relating to cinema.
  • Cinema (Rural Areas) This is the Hansard Report for the debate of the Private Members Cinemas Bill presented by Liberal Democrat MP Mr David Rendel.
  • CInema and Television Benevolent Fund The CTBF is the British trade charity of the film, cinema and commercial television industries (that includes cable and satellite). The site gives full details.
  • Cinema Articles From <a href=http://www.magportal.com target=_blank>www.magportal.com</a> and <a href=http://www.cinematreasures.org target=_blank>Cinema Treasures</a>
  • Cinema Business a monthly journal specifically for the cinema industry. It is very informative and wide ranging – definately worth getting a copy.
  • Cinema Circus Mobile 35mm Set to Screen News article about a Mobile Cinema
  • Cinema City and Beyond Scotland’s Surviving Cinemas and Theatres written by Gordon Barr and Gary Painter. This is a fantastic site with a lot detail and information along with photographs. The site includes the Scottish Cinema Database, and a news page.
  • Cinema Consultants Services International Inc. A cinema consultant based in Pittsburgh. <aINLY p though.< links provide does cinema the of area each for available suppliers all list a just>
  • Cinema Cote Cabine A French site on projection
  • Cinema Days trade events with film previews and press conferences exclusively for UK regional media.
  • Cinema Dementia A B-film webring providing a large number of horror film information.
  • Cinema Equipment Sales of California Inc A Californian based cinema equipment provider, who offers world wide service along with used equipment.
  • Cinema Exhibitors Association This is the website for the CEA who represent the cinema exhibitors. This site is full of lots of useful information, especially relating to the industry in the UK.
  • CINÉMA LE GRAND PAVOIS A French Cinema
  • Cinema Legislation A short summary of the leglislation since 1909.
  • Cinema Minima This site is so fall of content that it is very difficult to write a description for it. It is well worth a look as it is full of cinema news and sources as well. Comes highly recommennded.
  • Cinéma numérique Ambulant They use digital technology to show African films to rural audiences in Benin, Niger and Mali. They have 7 movie trucks, and intend on having more by next year, with at least one section that will be set up in Ouagadougou for the FESPACO. The website isn’
  • Cinema Organs A very indepth website about cinema organs including photographs and links.
  • Cinema Organs This is the site of the Cinema Organ Society, and describes in great detail all about this subject. Well worth a visit.
  • Cinema Projectionist – Certificate III in Entertainment(Cinema Projection) Description to Follow
  • Cinema Projectionist – Certificate III in Entertainment(Cinema Projection) Description to Follow
  • Cinema Projectionist Health and Safety This is a search for information which relates to the Cinema Projectionsit and health and safety issues.
  • Cinema Services Description to Follow
  • Cinema Sites a fantastic site providing a large number of links and information on various areas of the movie industry including journals, contacts and organisations.
  • Cinema Sound System (video) Description to Follow
  • Cinema Statistics a site that provides statistics about cinema.
  • Cinema Theatre Association (CTA) A quarterly publication is produced which provides members with details of events and case studies information along with cinema news, sent in by members. There is also a yearly publication Picture House which is a fantastic colour production providing ve
  • Cinema Times (mobile) This site is so fall of content that it is very difficult to write a description for it. It is well worth a look as it is full of cinema news and sources as well. Comes highly recommennded.
  • Cinema Tours There is so much information on this website about worldwide cinemas that your brain will hurt from it all. This is an information packed site that anyone interested in cinema or architecture or both should be visiting. There are a number of similiarities
  • Cinema Treasures This is an amazing webiste which details thousands of cinemas all over the world and their current status along with lots of other information. It is a database I wish I had created first!
  • Cinemark Cinemas Description to follow
  • Cinemas and theatres in Cornwall A list of the theatres and cinemas in Cornwall.
  • Cinemas Galore is a website which aims to provide listings of all the cinemas in England and eventually the rest of the UK. Where possible they have provided links so that movie showtimes can be checked out.
  • Cinemas in Devon and Cornwall this is a fantastic new site and well worth going to visit. It provides a lot of information about current and past cinemas in the two counties something which has been lacking on the Internet for a while.
  • Cinemas of Battle and Hastings in the War Years A very informative web site
  • Cinemas Online a great source of information, including a regional map of cinemas.
  • Cinemationlist This is an email discussing list and whilst it is not actually a society it is worth subscribing to and reading the messages as many of its members are also members of the other societies as well. It is also a good humored mailing list with variable amoun
  • Cinematography Mailing List…CML set up to bring cinematorgraphers and related professionals together through discussions. Also provides an exstensive selection of information.
  • Cinemaxx a German multiplex in Berllin which shows English prints of films
  • Cinemeccanica World’s Finest Cinematic Projection Equipment! – The home page for the manufactures of one of the most famous projectors. Although unfortunately the site is not very impressive.
  • Cinemedia the site links to over 25,000 sites relating to film and media.
  • CineMobile ever wondered what happens to old film prints? Well this article which appeared in the
  • CineMobile Touring Cinema Service – All shows presented in High Quality 35mm Cinema Film.
  • Cinemobile Ireland’s first mobile cinema. The Cinemobile, one of the most adventurous projects of the National Millennium Committee, is a magnificent, state-of-the-art 100-seater mobile cinema. With over 100,000 visitors to date, the Cinemobile brings the magic of t
  • Cinerama a site dedicated to Cineerama with a huge amount of information and links.
  • Cinerama This is a small but very interesting website full of information about Cinerama including lists of theatres along with the films they showed and other details.
  • Cinerdistan cine projector and film world
  • Cinesolutions provides a variety of film scanning solutions
  • Cinetransformer the best tool for mobile promotions totally self-contained state-of-the-art 95-seat digital mobile cinema.
  • Cinovate is a training programme designed to help you meet current and future challenges and seize new opportunities available to the independent film exhibition sector. It is aimed at those who have been working in exhibition for three years or more, and for thos
  • Clapham Picture House one of the Picturehouse Cinemas, one of Britain’s leading independent exhibitors, particarly in the arthouse cinema market.
  • Classic Home Cinema for all your home cinema needs (8mm 16mm 35mm film cameras projectors etc and based in the UK.
  • Classic Movies A site dedicated to providing information about classic movies, movie stars, directors, and all the things you love about the Golden Age of Hollywood. This site has a great selection of information.
  • Clearview Cinemas Description to follow
  • Clipart.com – Film Projectors This is a site which supplies clipart of various sorts, and includes a wide range of Film Projector images.
  • Clitheroe Film Club Film Society
  • Club Flix Film Society
  • Colchester Film Society
  • COLLECTING VINTAGE FILM (MOVIE CINE) CAMERAS and PROJECTORS a very good site providing cinematographic with lots of information and links nicely laid out. Plus a history of film sizes. This is a fantastic site with a large number of links and information. It is definately worth having a look at.
  • Columbia/Tristar Sony Pictures website. Provides the standard movies information and reviews on movies produced by sony.
  • COMBINED KINEMA SECTION. Those lads who brought the Cinema to you in Burma Ken Rawlinson writes
  • Community Cinemas this is the website for the mobile cinema service based in Lancashire. There are a good selection of photographs from some of there events and a good FAQ section as well.
  • Complete History Of Cinematography a website providing an illustrated chronological history of the developement of motion pictures. This is a very indepth website.
  • Connexions Description to Follow
  • Connexions Career Information is a UK Government backed site which provides details on a large number of careers and includes information on cinema projectionists.
  • Cornell Cinema! The website for this American cinema
  • Cornish Links Directory For Cornwall A directory which is manually edited relating to Cornwall and the cornish.
  • Cornish mines & Engines Description to follow
  • Cornish Mining World Heritage Site Bid Office Description to follow
  • Cornish News Nowodhow Kernow This is a website which is actually written in Cornish to promote the language and county. However there is also an English version for those of us unable to speak Cornish.
  • Cornish people A list of famous Cornish people from Cornwall.
  • Cornish WIKI A wiki on the subject of Cornwall
  • Cornish World A independent cultural and heritage magazine about Cornwall.
  • Cornwall County Council Description to Follow
  • Cornwall Film Festival this is held each year in November. According to the website <i>The Cornwall Film Festival offers visitors the chance to celebrate Cornish film and its influences, and to meet the film-makers behind the work on screen.</i>
  • Cornwall Online Description to Follow
  • Cornwall Today Description to Follow
  • Cornwall24 is a news and comment website for any items of a Cornish nature. It is a Cornish site, run by Cornish people who live in Cornwall.
  • Corpus Christi College Pictures The film society at this college providing basic information and links.
  • Countdown Leader: Technicolor Corporation 1960 (Video) (External) Countdown leader.
  • Cove Kilcreggan Film Society
  • Cranbrook Film Society
  • Cuckoo in the Nest: Edwardian Itinerant Exhibition Practices and the Transition to Cinema in the United Kingdom from 1901 to 1906 Rachael Low, in her now-classic study of British film, marks 1906 as the year that witnessed the widespread realization of permanent purpose-built palaces for the exclusive showing of “living pictures.”1 This article will examine this belief and argue tha
  • Curzon Cinema, Loughborough official site for this cinema.
  • Curzon Cinema, Loughborouh the former owner shows how Screen was built. A very interesting page
  • Curzon Community Cinema is an historic community cinema in Clevedon, North Somerset, in the West of England. The original building opened in 1912, and films have been presented on this site ever since. The Curzon is now a community cinema, operated as a registered charity.</p>
  • Curzon Film Club (Clevedon) Film Society
  • Cutting-Room Floor Roper Released After Snoozing During Film; [Home Edition] “We guarantee that all our processed film is not being burnt or put into the ground in a landfill in any shape, manner or form. It will be recycled,” says Sam Borodinsky, chief executive of Filmtreat West and Filmtreat East, a bicoastal corporation whose
  • Cyan Reader (Vide) Description to Follow
  • Daimler A mobile cinema used to entertain the troops in WW1
  • Dark Horizons This nicely designed site is fast and easy to navigate as well as being colourful. It provides you news, information, reviews and gossip on films and some episode guides to cult tv programmes. Trailers are also available from this site.
  • Dark Screens: Lost Cinemas of South London This is a fantastic website full of information about former cinemas in South London
  • David Bordwell's website on film A site full of content and articles on various aspects of cinema.
  • DCinema Compliance Group is a Partnership of 11 companies, each with decades of experience in the Entertainment Technologies field. Among other activities, each group has expertise in large project installations and each has participated in the 35 year analog to digital transitio
  • DCinema Compliance Group This is a website for of digital cinema information on a range of topics.
  • DCinema Today This site is a fantastic source of information relating to Digital Cinema. Highly Reommended.
  • DCinema Today – Internet Articles This page provides links to Internet Articels on Digital Cinema.
  • Demented Projectionist Blog Description to Follow
  • Demystifying 4k Sony is at the forefront of the 4K revolution. – Don’t miss your chance to understand how 4K can benefit your business and to quiz the Sony experts at our webinar on 30th October 2012 from 9.30hrs to 10.30hrs GMT. Hosted by Oliver Pasch head of European
  • Derann Film Services provide super 8mm film equipment plus 16mm as well as having a good selection of links.
  • Derelict London has a photo section on cinemas.
  • DETAIL 2 RETAIL LTD Search for cinema related jobs
  • Devizes Film Club Film Society
  • DG2L Technologies Founded in 2001, DG2L Technologies is the world leader in MPEG-4 based next generation media solutions.
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  • Digital Cinema Naming Convention This site is designed to help everyone involved in Digital Cinema exhibition understand how to use the Digital Cinema Naming Convention when naming (or locating) Digital Cinema Packages.
  • Digital Cinema Society is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to educating and informing the entertainment industry about digital motion picture production, post, delivery, and exhibition.
  • Digital Cinema System Specification This a direct link to the Digital Cinema System Specification’s which were agreed in July 2005. They are published on the <a href=http://www.dcimovies.com target=_blank>Digital Cinema Initiatives</a> website.
  • Digital directory: FJI's guide to d-cinema companies Film Journal International presents its inaugural guide to major manufacturers and enabling companies active in bringing digital technology to cinemas.
  • Digital Future for Film Industry Description to Follow
  • Digital Projection a very good website on digital projectors, providing lots of information.
  • Digital-Exhibition.co.uk This is the website for Simon Walker who is researching Digital Exhibition for his PhD.
  • Dimension Films news on films produced by this company.
  • Directory Cinema is a comprehensive web directory which collects all the companies and organizations web sites of Cinema
  • Disney links to the main disney site.
  • Distribution: Specialised film distribution and exhibition In early 2003 the UK Film Council ran an industry-wide consultation regarding our specialised film distribution and exhibition strategy
  • Dolby Digital Cinema information on a digital system created by Dolby for digital cinema.
  • Dolby Laboratories A very good website on Dolby Laboratories who develop and manufacture equipment for the motion picture, broadcasting and music recording industries.
  • Dorchester Film Society
  • Doremi Cinema is a leading developer and manufacturer of mastering and playback solutions for the digital cinema market.
  • Dorset Moviola Film Society
  • Dr.Dees Bond Page The Definitive James Bond Sounds Page – james bond sounds 007 sounds movie sounds james bond soundtracks james bond
  • Drake Cinema, Plymouth This is a site about the now closed Drake Cinema in Plymouth, including background information and photographs.
  • Dtec Cinema This a short article about the my idea of the cinema I would like to own and run, if I ever had the opportunity. Also available as a <a href=dteccinema.pdf>PDF</a>
  • DTS all the information you need on this sound format, along with a large list of links.
  • Dunbar Film Society Film Society
  • DVD Transfers DVD Transf ers
  • Dye Track is organized by the Dye Track Committee, a group of motion picture executives dedicated to replacing silver-applicated analog 35 mm soundtracks with pure cyan dye tracks
  • Dye Tracls from the Agfa website.
  • Dynamic Digital Depth provides movie makers television broadcasters webmasters with tools to turn 2D into 3D.
  • Ealing Cinema who said that Ealing doesn’t have a cinema? It has a multiplex – they just happen to be a few miles between screens. This site collects together the work of the different Community Cinemas in Ealing.
  • Ealing Cinema Listings – although Ealing doesn’t currently have a cinema, this site pulls together the listings for the individual community cinemas in one place, as though it was a cinema.
  • Ealing Studios provides full details about this famous studios in London.
  • Early Cinema aims to provide an introduction to the first decade of motion pictures and the developments which helped shape cinema as we know it today
  • Early Irish Cinema offers information on what cinemagoers could have seen in Irish cinemas a century ago. Beginning in April 2012, it will provide regular updates on the early development of cinema in Ireland on the anniversaries of those developments.
  • Early Visual Media is a website which has a large range of information on the visual media, pre-cinema but where the techniques of lanterns and other effects were used. This site is a wealth of information and illustrations of this early part of visual media and worth havin
  • Eastern Screen Commission The film commission for the East of England, includes locations, crew and hall of fame.
  • EDCine Portal The EDCine project is focussing on the optimisation, enhancement and interoperability issues of JPEG 2000 based Digital Cinema.
  • Edinburgh Film Guild Film Society
  • Edinburgh University Film Society the website for this student film society.
  • Electric Palace, Harwich This early cinema recently featured in an ITV programme. The website provides lots of information on this amazing cinema. More information on the cinema can also be found <a href=http://cinematreasures.org/theater/2597/ target=_blank>here</a>
  • Electric Picture Palace (Southwold) Film Society
  • Electrohome a small invester in Immersion Studios, a digital cinema business. Also has links to Christe, its former projection systems division.
  • Electronic Cinema Study Group (ECSG) Description to Follow
  • EMF Technology Ltd EMF Technology is a leading international Technical Conference and Events supply company that offers a true one-stop shop coupled with our experience of Show design and Turn-key equipment provision to ensure your event has maximum impact.</p> <p>This com
  • Empire Cinemas a new cinema chain in the UK, owned by Thomas Anderson/Ward Anderson
  • Empire Cinemas the website for the new UK cinema circuit which was formed as a result of previous mergers in the industry and the selling off of cinemas under OFT rulings.
  • Empire Magazine on Line the online site for this film mag, which is as full of information as its printed counterpart.
  • English Heritage Viewfinder Do a search for ‘cinema’ and you will find a whole wealth of cinema photographs.
  • Entertainment Equipment – Cinema Training Centre Cinema Training Central is the first permanent, professional management and technical training facility devoted to the cinema and entertainment industry. Managed as a not-for-profit venture by Entertainment Equipment Corporation, CTC is especially outfitt
  • Eros currently there only appears to be the home page.
  • Euro Seating UK Ltd specializes in supplying and fitting auditorium seating throughout the UK and Ireland.
  • Euroa Community Cinema This is the site for thie communicty cinema, with information on what’s showing and a photo gallery of the projection box.
  • European Cinema On-line Database Media Salles has created this database, to provide a database of information on: Films, Productions, Distribution, World Sales, Theatres & Exhibitors acorss Europe, although it is also a work in progress.
  • European Digital Cinema Forum an organisation which is made up of a number of other cinema organisations. This site provides quite a lot of information on the subject.
  • Event Engineering Description to follow
  • Event Management & Ticketing System Starcom Systems has developed a complete robust Online Ticketing business systems. Now you can run your ticketing business website in just a few minutes. Front End Features Categorized tickets listing Country filter listing Venue details Artist details wi
  • Excelsior Film & Video is a facilities company providing services including video tape format conversions, cine to DVD film scanning from 8 and 16mmm, UK – PAL and US – NTSC standards conversion, editing, conversion to Flash and many other services. Plus they support all the ma
  • Exploding Cinema this is a great website which <i>is a coalition of film/video makers committed to developing new modes of exhibition for underground media from DIY screenings in all kinds of venues to low/no budget film tours, cable T.V. and the internet.</i> It has a gr
  • Extras A site written by my self on film extras, based on a printed booklet I created for A-Level Communications, based on my own experiences.
  • Extreme Projectionist It’s OK with Dennis Nyback if you don’t like the image he projects. An interview
  • Fab Film Co (London and E.Sussex) Film Society
  • Fab Film Company a mobile, multi-functional filmmaking and film screening organisation, who specialise in community outdoor screenings during the summer months and work with organisations and individuals to facilitate any filmmaking or screening activities.
  • Facts About Projection (Third edition) This is a fantastic little training video about projection from 1975, but is still relevant today and nicely explains how projectors work. The only down side is that it mainly focuses on 16mm film.
  • Fantasia 2000 which is being made for Imax Cinemas and was released in January 2000
  • Farnham’s East Street Multiplex Cinema Development Proposal Some background facts and figures to the proposed development of a 1500 stadium-seater, seven-screen multiplex cinema by Vue Entertainment are worthy of consideration.
  • FeckenOdeon Cinema in the Worcestershire Countryside, with 35mm projection equipment and a Dolby CP55 sound processor. A full night out at the pictures – double feature or full supporting programme – not just the measley single feature presently in fashion!
  • Fighting Film Theft A list of links to reports available on the internet about the cinema and movie industry
  • FILM & PROJECTION SERVICES Description to Follow
  • Film and Digital Media Exchange The Film and Digital Media Exchange is a new joint venture of higher and further education providers, whose purpose is to promote commercial partnerships between film and digital media industries and the universities and colleges of the East of England. A
  • Film Center this is a great site, containing lots and lots of information. Everything from manuals, to charts, parts, screens, film collecting and more. Worth looking at.
  • Film Centre Description to Follow
  • Film Chest Vintage Cartoons classic animated cartoons from the 1930’s and 1940’s (Video) (External)
  • Film Club at the Roxy Film Society
  • Film Council as a lot of information and reports on the industry
  • Film Critic The site says “<i>filmcritic.com, one of the oldest and certainly the liveliest film and movie review destination on the Web! Founded in 1995, filmcritic.com hosts more than 6,000 movie reviews and feature stories contributed by 20-some critics located th
  • Film Education started in 1985 and celebrates its 20th anniversary, along with the 10th anniversary of National Schools Film Week. It has been developing the range of its publications and services to respond to the growing importance of Media Education in the National C
  • FILM EXPERTS A site with a number of links
  • Film Finder Cinema Listing Yells film and cinema finding facility.
  • Film Four website, providing information on films and releases by the company along with lots of other information. Including what’s on the Film Four Channel.
  • Film Guaridan – Now Shoing The Guardians page which lists the current films which are showing in the UK.
  • Film London this is London’s Film and Media Agency. Apart from explaining how to film in London, it also includes an extensive section on Exploring Cinema.
  • Film Museum Berlin this is a very intersting museum in Berlin, where it is possible to take upto four hours to go around. There is a guide available in guide which is really useful if your German isn’t very good. It is well worth the 6 euros it cost to get in.
  • Film on Thursday Film Society
  • Film Park This is a film related theme park in Germany.
  • Film Parliament Description to Follow
  • Film Production, Video Production Bay Area Evolve Media Productions is the innovative production house producing award-winning corporate and commercial videos, films with the cutting edge technology.
  • Film Projection entry on the BBC h2g2 site.
  • Film Ratings this site provides the (American) certificate for a large number of films (searchable) and also provides links to the film information on
  • Film Societies and the Law (Handbook Extract) This article was published on the <a href=http://www.bffsscotland.co.uk target=_blank>BFFS Scotland</a> website.
  • Film Societies Survey – a report The UK Film Council commissioned a piece of research in an attempt to understand more about the sector, its needs, problems and aspirations, so that it could ensure that any funds devoted by the UK Film Council to the British Federation of Film Societies
  • Film Society Keele University film society
  • Film Sound History Lots of information and articles about the history of film sound
  • Film Strips a site dedicated to filmstrips projectors of various sizes and types.
  • Film Unlimited The Guardian”s website on film. With the latest news, quizzes and interviews.
  • Film-buff a web site for Paul Mould Publishing
  • Film-Tech considered to be one of the best technical websites on the net, it provides discussions forums and a huge number of manuals, available to download.
  • Film-Tech One of the forums on this site is for employment being sought or offered.
  • Film.com a site of information and links on movies
  • FilmAid International is a non-profit organization dedicated to using the power of film to promote health, strengthen communities, and enrich the lives of the world’s vulnerable and uprooted. Through the strategic use of film and video, FilmAid communicates life-saving informa
  • Filmair Outdoor cinema and drive-in cinema screenings.
  • Filmhouse The home of the Edinburgh International Film Festival
  • Films A report on the supply of films for the exhibition in cinemas in the UK
  • Films on Sunday Film Society
  • Films on the BBC See what films are being shown on the BBC each week.
  • Filmscene U.K. is a National Mobile Cinema, providing audiences with the Big Screen Movie experience. With a vast film library & top quality equipment, our comprehensive service is ideal for any application from village hall cinema to school fundraiser.
  • Filmshow on wheels a news story from new York about a group of women who are planning to make a documentary detailing the little-known work of the Jamaican Mobile Cinema Unit (MCU),
  • Find Any Film is away of finding any film available in the UK on any format.
  • Fine Line another production company owned by AOL Time Warner Company, with the standard movie website information
  • FIRE SAFETY LAW AND GUIDANCE DOCUMENTS FOR BUSINESS New fire safety rules affecting all non-domestic premises in England and Wales will come into force on 1 October 2006.
  • Firmdale Hotels Covent Garden Hotel, Charlotte Street Hotel and Soho Hotel all have screening rooms. Click on relevant hotel to look at the technical details. Further technical details can be found on the <a href=http://www.fproj.com/ABOUT.htm target=_blank>Future Projec
  • First Movies The site itself is very good, but also do free preview screenings.
  • Flicker a website where you will find films and videos that transgress the boundaries of the traditional viewing experience, challenge notions of physical perception and provide cutting edge alternatives to the media information technocracy.
  • FLIX – (Loughborough Student Cinema) website. This is an excellent website.
  • Flix Radio the online site for the digital radio station. Here you can listen to the <a href=http://www.infinity-media-ltd.com/flixradio/top.html# target=_blank>online scream</a>. The station only plays music from movies and the sound is fairly good quality as well.
  • Focal International The international professional trade association who represent commercial film/audiovisual libraries.
  • Forest Row Film Society – from next season the films start at 8pm
  • Forthcoming Movie Releases as provided on the <a href=http://www.pearlanddean.com target=_blank>Pearl and Dean</a> website.
  • Fosters Films and Collectables Deals with 8mm and 16mm films and projectors.
  • Foto Search Footage Stock
  • Fox (UK) 20th Century Fox UK websites, promotions and its latest films.
  • Fox (US) The American 20th Century Fox website.
  • Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media has good links
  • Frank Zemla projectionist
  • Fred’s Cinema Page This is a site an excellent site, packed full of lots of links to useful information.
  • Free Cinema Tickets if you want to go to the cinema for free then this is a good site to visit
  • Fresh Air Flicks a US company which screens outside, using DVD equipment
  • Friends in High Places This page is about the Projection Racket which existed in the 1920s in America.
  • Frodsham Film Society
  • Future Cinema the company behind Secret Cinema
  • Future Movies Description to follow
  • Future Movies UK British movie guide features profiles of cinema releases and film reviews. Also read tips on film making and script writing including how to find funding.
  • Future Projectionis Ltd a cinema supply company based in the UK which supplies both new equipment and refurbished equipment as well.
  • Futurist Cinema Film Society
  • GB Cinemas Exhibitors (News Release)
  • Getting The Best From Your Sound ** DEAD LINK ***
  • Gillingham Cinema @ The Slade Centre Film Society
  • Glen Cinema The Glen Cinema is infamous in the history of Paisley, Scotland as it claimed 71 young lives in 1929 and went down as the darkest day of Paisley’s Past. This website has been created to let you know more of what and where the Glen Cinema was and its futur
  • Going Live A guide on digital cinema produced by Arqiva Satellite & Media called ‘Going Live!’ and aims to be an objective, non-promotional, easy-to-read, informative and non-technical overview of digital projection of live event content in cinemas. It looks at the
  • Google Book Search A search for projectionist on the Google book search site.
  • Google Directory this is Google’s Directory page which contains a number of different categories and links to sites.
  • Google Maps – Cinemas in London Google Maps with Cinema information added.
  • Google Maps with London Cinemas This is link goes to a hybrid map of Google Maps which shows cinemas in London. It is easy to change the search to list cinemas in your area.
  • Google Search on mobile cinemas.
  • Google Search for Cyan Track information.
  • Google Videos A selection of videos which appear of the Google Video site relating to projectionists.
  • Gorilla Cinema solar powered mobile cinema the title says it all.
  • Gothique Film Society
  • Grape Vine Jobs a site listing Film, Broadcast & Music jobs
  • Guerilla Ads? – Description to Follow
  • Gwennap Pit Description to follow
  • Halton District Film Society
  • Harkness Hall Screens and AV sytems for the cinema industry.
  • Harrogate Film Society
  • Haverfordwest Film Society
  • Helmsley Cinema Film Society
  • Heswall Film Society
  • Highgate Film Society
  • History in a Can This site links to lots of places and sources of information for film collectors particuarly 8mm and 16mm.
  • History of the Plaza Port Talbot
  • Holiday Cottages Cornwall & Devon Visitdevonandcornwall.com is able to offer you a huge range of ideas for your holidays in Cornwall, booked directly from the opwner or agent, cottages by the sea, cottages located in picturesque Cornish villages… the choice is yours. Our holiday cottage
  • Home Theater Seating The most complete guide for all your Home Theater Seating
  • Hot Tub Hire yes hire a hot tub along with your outdoor cinema in Norfolk, Essex, London, Suffolk
  • How does 3D projection work? This video by BARCO offers more information on 3D in general, on 3D projection and on the compatibility of the Barco’s business projectors and large venue projectors with 3D projection. The movie below shows how 3D projection works and explains how the il
  • How Stuff Works a selection of articles from the website
  • How To Build Your Own Outdoor Movie Theater A page which from a blog which explains how to build your own outdoor movie screen.
  • HSE Falls Website This is a site all about falls and how to avoid them.
  • Hughes-JVC provide and market a range of video and data storage products to professional users.
  • HWS Associates specialize in restoration projects concerned with Britain’s theatrical, cinematographic and musical heritage.
  • iCan website The BBC’s iCan website related directly to cinema
  • ICECO cinema equipment supplier. Provides a good description for its wide range of products.
  • ICU Cinema, London Imperial College’s Student cinema web pages
  • IFILM The internet movie guide another standard sort of site.
  • Ilkley Film Society
  • Imax home page. Get loads of information on this large format company.
  • Imax Berlin There are two Imax cinemas right next to each other in the centre of Berlin and this is one of them.
  • Independent Cinema Office Established in July 2003, the Independent Cinema Office is a national organisation that aims to develop and support independent film exhibition throughout the UK.
  • Independent Cinemas Association of Australia is the cinemas association of record for Australian independent cinemas with a membership ranging from single screens in rural areas through to metropolitan multiplex circuits.
  • Indonesia Mobile Cinema Association Description to Follow
  • Inprint This is a site which sells a lot of old out of print books, including a wide selection of cinema related ones.
  • International Cinema Technology Association is a global network of professionals in the motion picture industry. Members of the ICTA are those companies that manufacture, service and create the equipment that goes into movie theatres.
  • INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION Film Society
  • International Federation of Film Societies Film Society
  • Interview With Projectionist Hans Braman Written by: Thomas Hauerslev
  • Inventing Entertainment This site looks at Edison and the invention of the motion pictures and sound recordings
  • Inverness Film Fans Film Society
  • IP Electronics a slightly unrelated site, but there are a number of electronic articles on the site.
  • Ipswich Film Society
  • Irwin Seating supplier of cinema seating
  • IscoOptic a lense company who provide lenses for cinema projectors.
  • ITN Archive including the Reuters archive
  • J. Arthur Rank This is a brief description of the life of J. Arthur Rank who founded the Rank organisation, the once owner of Odeon.
  • Jack Roe a cinema supply company, which has been running for a number of years
  • Jacob Massey The leading UK specialist audio visual and multi media recruitment consultancy, providing professional contract and permanent staff for all aspects of AV.
  • Japanese movie maker and company a site full of links to other sites on movie making, mainly aimed towards Japan.
  • Jaxlight (USL Inc) Quality cinema products equipment, who deal with the Jaxlight LED Exciter Lamp
  • Jersey Film Society
  • Jersey Film Festival the author says <i>we have been going ten years now with attendance’s of around 3500 per night raising money for cancer research</i>.
  • Jessops instruction manual site This site has 1000’s of manuals available to download, some relating to cameras, some to cine cameras and some for projectors.
  • JFK Services can undertake every type of electrical project, combining innovative solutions with savings on equipment and installation. This includes design and installation of lighting, motor control, co-generation and other complex electrical systems.
  • Job Guide A job description for a Projectionist (Australian based)
  • JoBlo’s Movie Emporium this is a fantastic web site with reviews, discussions, wallpapers and screensavers on movies.
  • Jobrapido is a recruitment website, which manages to list a good quality of projectionist or related jobs.
  • John Boon Memories of being a RAF projectionist amongst other highlights.
  • Joy’s Production Services Digital projector rental company.
  • JPEG2000 All about the JPEG2000 standard. Also has this link to a system about <a href=http://www.jpeg.org/apps/cinema.html target=_blank>digital cinema</a>. There are a couple of interesting presentaitons on this site as well.
  • Kemps Screening Room Listings Details of screening rooms all over the world including contact information.
  • Kermo Film Page BBC’s Mark Kermo’s film page which includes podcasts which can be downloaded.
  • Keswick Film Club Film Society
  • Kidon Media Link A site which links to man media organisations across the world.
  • Kinetronics (UK distributor Jack Roe) – manufactors of anti-static film cleaners and anti static brushes and clothes.
  • King Edward Mine Description to follow
  • Kino Kino, the UK’s first purely digital cinema, is delighted to be opening in Hawkhurst, Kent in February 2006.
  • Kinopto – Cinema Ondemand inopto offer the first real alternative to a full DCI system. Costing a fraction of the price of upgrading to DCI, as well as giving huge improvements in ease of use. The web store interface makes finding new content easy, and Kinopo’s web distribution sy
  • Kinoton 70mm 35mm 16mm cinema theatre movie projector platter xenon lamphouse IREM rectifier. The website for this manufacturer with information about the company and the projectors.
  • Kiwi Careers Description to Follow
  • Kiwi Careers Description to Follow
  • KiwiCareers – Cinema Projectionist career information provided by Kiwi Careers service, and provides lots of detailed information about the role
  • Kodak has various information on the motion picture industry, with online information.
  • Kodak Description to Follow
  • Kodak Cinema Notes on Cyan Film Tracks
  • Kodak Digital Cinema This site from Kodak has loads of information relating to Digital Cinema including Content Management Services and the Cine Server
  • Kodak Film Calculator this is a great little web application which works out distances and amounts of film for each of the different gauges and at various different speeds.
  • KODAK_Professional Motion Imaging_ Newsletters cinema notes – online publicatoin and very useful.
  • KODAK_Professional Motion Imaging_ Newsletters cinema notes – online publicatoin and very useful.
  • KODAK: Would Your Projectionists know What to do? Description to Follow
  • Lacing a Projector (Video) Description to Follow
  • Lancaster University Film Society The website for this student film society, including a fan page.
  • LED Billboards on the move A story about using LED billboards
  • Leigh Film Society
  • Leitrim County Council Mobile Listings
  • Levant Mine & Beam Engine Description to follow
  • Lewannick Film Society are based in Cornwall and have been running in the village hall for since 2006.
  • Light Blue Optics This website talks about a new type of technology being developed which will allow devices like PDA’s to have built in projectors. Definately worth having a read.
  • Lighting & Sound International Magazine Lighting&Sound International magazine is now available in a digital format. This new investment will benefit our international readers – particularly those furthest from the UK – by offering immediate access to the magazine. It will also build a searchabl
  • Like Cinema a HD Digital mobile cinema that has started visiting three communities across the south, offering 12 up to date films to each community each month!
  • Lindsay Greene’s Pyrotechnics Website the titles says it all
  • List of vintage movie cameras, projectors, precinema, etc. This site has a large number of photographs of projectors and other vintage equipment.
  • LnL Website Provides some good basic information about being a projectionist
  • Local 640 IATSE the Official Website of Local 640 IATSE Motion Picture Projectionists and Video Technicians of Nassau and Suffolk Counties,Long Island,NY! This site contains information about our craft:services,employment,history,and much more!
  • Local 640 IATSE The Official Website of Local 640 IATSE Motion Picture Projectionists and Video Technicians of Nassau and Suffolk Counties,Long Island,NY! This site is full of information on this organisation.
  • Local Newspaper (This is Cornwall) Description to Follow
  • London Cinema and Movie Guide A to Z of Cinemas Provides information on cinemas in London.
  • London is Free This site lists all the free stuff going on in London with this specific link going to the section of the website which lists all the free film screenings which are going on.
  • Looe Film Society Looe Film Society proudly presents Cinema by the Sea.Looe Film Society was established in May 2006. Using the name Cinema by the Sea they aim to bring world class films using the latest digital technology.
  • Lord of the Rings web site. Normally film sites aren’t included on this site, as there are some many others providing that information, but this film likely to so big, it has been included
  • Lost in Light Free 8mm transfer to DVD in exchange for allowing your material to be used on their website.
  • Loughborough Film Festival This details the film festivals which I organised.
  • Love Film this site offeres free screenings and other free stuff, although most of it is aimed at students
  • LU Cinema This is Lancaster Univeristy’s film society, and this site is all about them.
  • Luna Cinema provide the equipment, staff and props to run outdoor film screenings. We have created a facade that together with the screen creates an outdoor cinema theatre space.
  • Lyme Regis Film Society Film Society
  • Lytham St. Annes Film Society
  • M J MOVIES mobile projection company, who has been responsible for the <a href=http://www.stellascreen.com target=_blank> Stella Screen</a> films over the 2002 summer.
  • MacCorns History of Popcorn As the title says this is all about popcorn.
  • Mad Cornish Projectionist Jobs Database a selection of jobs which I have found on the Internet or been sent in.
  • Mad Cornish Projectionist Page on Squidoo
  • Maidstone Film Society
  • Manchester City Cinema Article Description to Follow
  • Manchester Salford Film Society
  • Manchester University Film Society the website for this student society.
  • Mandy.com A selection of projectionists listed on this film and tv resources site.
  • Mandy.com Listing for Screening Rooms
  • Mariner Theatre – From the Projectionist Description to follow
  • Market Report on the Cinema Industry Description to Follow
  • Martin Audio High Definition Cinema Sound Systems
  • Matlock Film Society
  • Mawgrim is a great site with details of Odeon Cinemas, Cinema Ghosts, Cinema Pictures, details of Projectionist Training and a number of cinema links.
  • Maxivision according to the introduction to the site <i>MaxiVision Cinema Technology™ has invented a new way to see movies with a picture so enhanced that feature films made in MaxiVision48™ will set a new standard for a compelling visual experience</i>. There is a
  • Mcfarlanelatter Description to Follow
  • McMenamins Description to Follow
  • MDI Cinema MDI is a leader in cinema and home theatre screen manufacturing
  • Mebyon Kernow Description to Follow
  • Media Resource Contacts (page 1) Description to Follow
  • Media Resource Contacts (page 2) Description to Follow
  • Media Salles Yearbook This also a useful site for other cinema related information.
  • MediaMation This company provides the ‘4th Dimension’ in cinema technology.
  • MediCinema A cinema based hospitals – for patients.
  • Mercia Cinema Society purpose is to encourage, promote, and publish research on cinema building history (which includes theatres which have been used for film)
  • Merlin Cinemas, Cornwall one of the two chains of cinemas in Cornwall
  • Metro Cinema Description to Follow
  • MGM/UA The website for films made by this production company including an online store.
  • millionpoundfilm.com The official description is ‘a brand new site aimed at promoting independent film-makers, and anything to do with movies in the UK’ (and projectionists as well!)</p> <p>And, there’s 10% off until the end of April 2006</p>
  • Miramax The website for films made by this production company including an online store.
  • Mobile Cinema *** Dead link ***
  • Mobile Cinema For Lahinch and Kilrush *** DEAD LINK **
  • Mobile Cinema in Ballinrobe photographs of the cinema setting up
  • Mobile cinema team brings movie magic to rural areas
  • Mobile Cinemas – a number of links and articles relating to Mobile Cinemas.
  • Mobile Motion Pictures Indoor and Outdoor Cinema based in Australia
  • Mobile Structures Resources Loads of information on structures for Mobile Cinemas.
  • More than one hundred years of Film Sizes A very interesting site which looks at film sizes
  • Motion Picture Association of America the website for this organisation
  • Movie City News a website full of movie news and links to movie news information. A good site to visit each day for a quick summary of what is in the news.
  • Movie Mistakes a collection of continuity mistakes and other movie trivia
  • Movie Screensavers Jo Blo’s movie screensavers, has a large collection to download.
  • Movie Time Bringing back the days gone by of silent films, musicals, home movies and the like, we aim to keep alive the traditional moving image projection. Whether it is introducing youngsters to the origins of movie projection or whether it is to enable audiences
  • MovieGoods (77,000 movie posters, lobby cards, still photos and 35mm trailers)
  • Movies.Com According to the website <i>Launched in March 2000, Movies.com provides a broad array of news, original content and services, including show times and ticket sales, to help movie fans make the right choice on movie night. Operated by the Walt Disney Inter
  • Movies.com Description to follow
  • Movies.Com Webmaster Guide Allows you to add cinema related content to your site.
  • Movietone Online Archive Another large archive.
  • MovieWeb this page has links to all the major movie companies and also has other links as well.
  • Moviex gives details on how to be an extra as well as having interesting links
  • Moviola The South and West’s Rural Multiplex is a partnership of some 50 local halls and a central management team which brings quality cinema to all parts of Dorset and Hampshire, and over the border to East Devon, South Somerset and South Wiltshire.</p> <p>M
  • Moxie Cinema The Moxie is Springfield’s newest, coolest, smallest, most awesomest independent movie theater. For your convenience, we’re located right downtown where all the fun stuff happens.
  • Mr Showbiz one of the popular movie websites with news, reviews and interviews.
  • MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE The museum of the moving image use to be on the Southbank in London. This website is a virtual world of that museum, looking at the whole history of cinema and projectors. It is packed full of information and is really worth a read and browse if you want
  • My Digital Cinema Blog where Patrick von Sychowski offers a sideways glance at the digital film and cinema industries.
  • My Future Description to Follow
  • Myspace Blogs – Cinema This is a search result for myspace blogs which relate to Cinema
  • Myspace Blogs – Projectionist This is a search result for myspace blogs which relate to Projectionist
  • Napier University Film Society is for students with an interest in less well known, quality films — more so of the independent variety. It’s not only for Filmhouse and Cameo regulars, but anybody who would like to widen their cinema experience beyond the Edinburgh multiplexes
  • National Amusements The website for this Cinema chain – includes information about the company. There is also a section on careers.
  • National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) According to the website: <i>The National Association of Theatre Owners is the largest exhibition trade organization in the world, representing more than 26,000 movie screens in all 50 states and in more than 20 countries worldwide. Our membership include
  • National Cinema Supply cinema equipment suppliers. Not a very intersting site though.
  • National Screen Services now owned by Carlton Screen provide trailers for films
  • NEC Description to Follow
  • Net Distribution Description to follow
  • New Empire Theatre, Southend was until recently a fully working Theatre, but has now unfortunately closed. It was previously an ABC cinema and this website has a huge amount of information on the history of this cinema/theatre.
  • New World Records – The Mighty Wurlitzer This is a page about an album of organ music. There are also some linear notes which can be downloaded.
  • Newline Cinema website for this production and online store.
  • NFT Logistics Ltd This site is about the NFT (Northern Film Transport) company, who specialise in film transport to the cinema industry. The site provides information on the services they offer, allows you to get a quote for using them for your cinema, plus other informati
  • Niles Film Musuem
  • Nitrate Film Information from National Museum of Photograpy, Film and Television
  • North West Group of BFFS
  • Occasional Film Society
  • October a fancy website for this production company.
  • ODEON Cinemas one of the biggest and oldest cinema chains in the UK.
  • Odeon Staff This website is not affiliated with ODEON cinemas UK LTD nor any of its agents or partners, and is for use by employee’s only as a forum for discussion.
  • OFU – The Oscar Film Unit University of Surrey Film making and presentation student unit.
  • Omnex Profilm cinema equipment surpliers.
  • On the Job: A splice of life in the projection booth Ryan Hazeman splices, threads and builds movies. </p><p> The 22-year-old movie projectionist and assistant manager at Winona 7 Theater prepares each movie from film reels for the big screen.
  • Open Air Cinema Sells complete open air cinema kits in various sizes. They also run a community area on the site.
  • Open Air Cinema Foundation addresses growing technological inequity by providing
  • Open Cinema is a national network of film clubs programmed by and for homeless and socially excluded people. Each week participants watch the best in contemporary cinema and work with professional filmmakers to create films of their own
  • Otley Film Society
  • Out Door Cinema a site for the above, based in the US.
  • Outdoor Cinema Network based in the US
  • Outdoor Projection Advice This site provides general advice on putting on an outdoor cinema show.
  • Oxen Park Cinema Club Film Society
  • OZSeeker This site loads of cinema news information, although it isn’t being updated at the moment.
  • Paignton Picture House SITUATED IN DEVON, ENGLAND—IT IS ONE OF THE OLDEST PURPOSE BUILT CINEMAS
  • Paignton Picture House A website which gives the history of this cinema.
  • Palace cinema and films based in Australia
  • Paramount Pictures website, a rather standard site, promoting material including celebrity chats.
  • Park Circus is the leading distributor of classic and back catalogue films for theatrical exhibition.
  • Parwich Film Is a community film society in the Derbyshire Village of Parwich.
  • Pathé a simple, but attractive website for this production company with a link to the archive site.
  • Pathe Online Archive One of the largest archives online prescence, with search facilities.
  • Paul Foster Films PAUL FOSTER FILMS is now in its 16th year of trading and specialises in the selling of 16mm films, super 8 films, 35mm films and projectors. They also have a large range of accessories.
  • Pearl & Dean Ringtones Now you can purchase the famous themes for your mobile phone, along with a whole load of others. Or you can just click and listen to the theme!
  • Pearl and Dean a great website, providing lots of informationo on the sector, forthcoming film releases, box office returns and more.
  • Pelican Film Society
  • Penistone Paramount Films Film Society
  • Penny Machines This website is about penny archade machines, but it includes information on old viewers and peep shows.
  • Penwith Film Society
  • Permanent mobile cinema for the Borders? A news story about the possibility of a permanent mobile cinema in the Borders
  • Petherton Picture Show Film Society
  • PGI Home Page pyrotechnics Guild International website.
  • Phoenix Southampton Film Society
  • PHP Ticket The PHP Ticket is an advanced ticket management system written in PHP and backed up by MySQL database. It is created for the purpose of helpdesks or staffs to access easy to do application to keep tracking of what have to be done. The features in this sys
  • Picture Palaces This site includes descriptions and photographs of a number of London cinemas.
  • Picture Palaces of the Past – Gloucester This site gives some background to the picture palaces of Gloucester.
  • Pinewood Studios Description to Follow
  • Pioneer electronics for home cinema.
  • Pioneer Description to Follow
  • Planet Hollywood news, reviews and movie information.
  • Planetary Projection Planetary Projection invites film projectionists around the world to describe their work and their often idiosyncratic view of film in capsule portraits either written first-hand or composed by local correspondents out of interviews. Web surfers will disc
  • POI Friend – Cinema POI’s are the Point of Interest data which appear on GPS systems, such as TomToms. This link takes you to the two cinema related ones which can be downloaded from POI Friend.
  • Poldark Mine Description to follow
  • Pontardawe Film Society
  • Pop-up cinemas: top 10 tips for creating your own The Guardian Blog provides a guide to creating your own pop-up cinema, whether it’s films on fridges or Cannes in a van, site-specific screenings are proving a summer hit. Here, the mavericks behind the magic tell us how to get in on the show
  • Popcorn Popcorn – your guide to the best in big screen entertainment and the coolest DVDs. Packed with movies not to miss, and movies to get your mitts on! Movies that go “BOO!”, and movies that make you boo hoo!
  • PopCorn History History of PopCorn. Popping the Corn – no trip to the movies is complete without it, no summer outing is good without the PopCorn, and at home, what’s better than settling into a comfy couch with a bowl of PopCorn? But how much do we know about the origin
  • Popcorn History on Wikipedia Popcorn was first formally discovered by Native Americans thousands of years ago
  • Pranks and Presenters Some stories BBC TV from Alexandra Palace about projection.
  • Preparing for Digital Cinema is an article looking at the current projectionists role in a digital cinema age.
  • Preview Theatres If you are looking for a preview theatre, or want more details about any, then this part of the site provides links to various ones.
  • Prima Cinema PRIMA Cinema enables you to redefine movie night by watching just-released Hollywood films from the comfort of your home. Imagine hosting a red carpet premiere in your custom home theater for a cinematic experience unlike any other. Until PRIMA Cinema, on
  • Primolux specialise in the restoration and preservation of 35mm cinema projectors, specifically pre-war Kalee and Simplex machines.
  • Prince Charles Cinema, London Web site for this cinema. It contains a reasonable about of information.
  • Principia Optics ecinmea optics manufactures.
  • Pro8mm Suppliers of film, processing, digital processing amongst other services.
  • Problems of a Projectionist By Lewis M. Townsend – Projection Engineer, Eastman Theatre and Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester
  • Problems of a Projectionist Lewis M. Townsend, Projection Engineer, Eastman Theatre and Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester talks about some of the problems that a projectionist may experience.
  • Projection Cine This site is in French and this links to the Google translation of it. However the stie is very interesting.
  • Projection Project – an exploration of the end of film seeks to illustrate a pivotal moment of time in the history of motion picture exhibition.
  • Projection Training The purpose of this site is to provide a one-stop-shop for anyone who wants to find out about a career in cinema projection, information relating to the operation and maintenance of projection equipment and training available for both new and experienced
  • Projection Training The purpose of this site is to provide a ‘one-stop-shop’ for anyone who wants to find out about a career in cinema projection, information relating to the operation and maintenance of projection equipment and training available for both new and experience
  • Projectionist Certificate details of the BKSTS/CEA Projectionist Certificate
  • Projectionist Info A brief overview of Cyan Tracks etc
  • Projectionist Manual compiled and edited by Steve Mahofski Steve Mahofski compiled this manaual working as a manager projectionist in Pittsburgh
  • Projectionist Please Focus A short film about a projectionist.
  • Projectionists Guide written for York Student Cinema at the University og York.
  • Projectionists Guide this is the guide for the York Student Cinema, at the University of York
  • Projections from the mind’s eye by Keith Gallasch
  • Projector During Screening (Video) Description to Follow
  • Projector Resource Resource site for everything to do with projectors. Full of newsletters, articles, links and other resources – ALL FREE – in one easy to navigate site to save time and money.
  • Projectors HQ Everything Projectors, from 1980’s video projectors to XGA projectors.
  • Prop Store the web site for the Prop Store of London who specialise in the ultimate movie collectible. Includes an online store
  • Proscreens offers AV hire, projection screen hire and rental equipment to meet your every need. They can cater for a wide range of events. PROSCREENS also supply projectionists or AV technicians for your venue needs.
  • Public Information Films For the first time on The National Archives’ website you can view complete public information films from 1945 -2006. Joining with the Central Office of Information (COI) to celebrate their 60th Anniversary. And you can also download them
  • Purple Cinema Professional outdoor and indoor, large-screen film & video projection installations for parties, weddings, festivals, concerts, conferences, promotional & corporate events.
  • Pyjama Pictures Professional cinema at a venue and time of your choice, inside or out of doors. Let the screen come to you!
  • QSC Audio Audio systems for cinema.
  • Qualcomm Has an item on digital cinema, under products and technologies, worldwide.
  • Quantum Digital was launched in November 2001 and organises live and pre-recorded programming in cinemas using state-of-the-art digital technology.
  • Quantum Digital was launched in November 2001. What we do is organise live and pre-recorded programming in cinemas using state-of-the-art digital technology new to the exhibition industry. We do not manufacture technology so we do not make pitches to sell products.
  • RAAM Management a specialist cinema consultancy based in the UK
  • Rainbow Film Society
  • Reading Student Cinema is a cinema run by students, for students. Based in the large lecture theatre in the Palmer building (that’s room G10 folks), RSC shows the best new DVD releases every Friday. It is a new student cinema which is currently using DVD for it’s screenings.
  • Real Institute Film Society
  • Recollections Of A Cinema Projectionist Memories of being a projectionist by W. L. Hume
  • Red Carpet Cinema located at Barton Marina, Barton Turns, Staffs DE13 8AS
  • Red Readers, Silver, High-Magenta, and Cyan Analog Sound Tracks—Review and Status (pdf) Details on Cyan Tracks – more details are available at on the dolby site
  • Reel Deals Magazine The Aussie Film Collector’s Magazine. There are a number of interesting articles on the site along with a number of useful links in the links section
  • Reel Image The site describes itself as: <i>The intention of The Reel Image Web site, is to help promote the hobby of film collecting. Featuring reviews of super 8/16mm film releases both old and new.</i>
  • Reel People Film Society
  • Reel Streets A site devoted to British film locations, and places where films were made in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, in the years 1920’s to 1980’s, by such famous directors as Alfred Hitchcock, Alexander Korda, David Lean, Joseph Losey and Michael Powell,
  • Reel Times.info monthly newsletter relating to cinema and projection.
  • Reel to Rail This is a site sponsored by the railway network, but it provides lists of locations which have appeared in films in the UK and travel details to visit them.
  • Reels on Wheels This mobile cinema has recently launched a website. But there are also so photographs <a href=staffordshireonwheels.php>here</a>.
  • Regal Cinema, Evesham. The online home of The Regal Cinema Evesham.The Regal will be restored to a 300 seat, single-screen cinema.
  • Regal Group A collection of intersting information
  • REGAL KINGSTON WURLITZER – MUSICAL MUSEUM, BRENTFORD The background to this organ and theatre.
  • Regent Street Cinema – Reviving The Birthplace of British Cinema The University of Westminster has launched a major campaign to restore one of the most important cinemas in Britain to its former glory, evoking its 19th century heritage, while looking to the future.
  • Regent Theatre, Melbourne This website looks at this theatre, which has a rich history and one persons involvement in it. It is full of information, history and pictures and is a real dedicated work to this theatre.
  • Reports A list of links to reports available on the internet about the cinema and movie industry
  • Reports A list of links to reports available on the internet about the cinema and movie industry
  • Ribble Film Club Film Society
  • Ripon Film Society
  • Ritz Cinema, Thirsk A web site for this cinema, which is run by volunteers.
  • ROGER SHARLAND Description to Follow
  • Roger’s Stuff A fellow cornishman, who has been helping with some of the text and ideas on the <a href=cornwalltribute.php>Cornish Tribute</a> page. The site includes a number of Cornish related links.
  • Rokplayer is a digital chip system which can play Music and Videos on Mobile Handsets.
  • Rolling Cinema Services has more than 15 years of experience in the domain of professional cinema installation
  • Rotten Tomatoes a huge webstie providing movie reviews.
  • Royal Cinema This is the website for the Royal Cinema in Faversham
  • Royal Cornwall Musuem Description to follow
  • RSS Feeds from Guardian on film as the title says…
  • RunPee Ever find yourself in a film screening desperately needing a pee, having drunk too much coke or coffee beforehand? Well this unique website aims to provide its users with opportunity to nip out for a comfort break without missing any of the important stuf
  • Ryedale Film Society
  • SabuCat Movie Trailers A sample of the 60,000 trailers in the SabuCat catalogue. Most of the trailers have come from 35mm prints. (Video) (External)
  • Save Film Oscar winning cinematographer, Guillermo Navarro’s request that UNESCO protect the medium of film and name it a World Heritage so that future generations will be able to experience the magnificence of film in the way we have done.
  • Schneider Optics Lense manufactures
  • Scott Norwood’s Home Page Has a number of intersting movie/cinema related links, although it is a rather plain site.
  • Scott Norwoods Home Page Has a number of intersting movie/cinema related links although it is a rather plain site.
  • Scottish Group of the BFFS
  • Screen Digest global intelligence on screen media.
  • Screen in the Barn Film Society
  • Screen Machine Mobile Cinema A Brief History
  • Screen Trade Magazine there are a number of pages about this industry journal.
  • Screen Wars ** Dead Link **
  • Screening Room Map This fantasitc publication from Pocket Films Guide gives a map and details of many of the screening rooms in London, and now they have updated their website to include the information as well.
  • Screening Services Group Based in Beverley Hills
  • Script-o-rama get film scripts and transcripts at this site. There is quite an extensive list.
  • Searchlight is a recruitment consultancy working exclusively in and around broadcast, film and corporate communications.
  • See Film First this site sends you offeres to see films for free.
  • Selby District Council Portal Description to Follow
  • Seleco manufactures of digital projectors and olther multimedia applications.
  • Self Catering Holidays in Cornwall has a range of self catered cottages in Cornwall available for rent, and also provide tourist information for Cornwall.
  • Shetland Film Club Film Society
  • Shooting People Mobile Cinema a web blog travel log of a mobile cinema.
  • ShowAMovie.ca This is a website which explains how to show a film. It looks at all the technicalities, provides a glossary of terms, and a whole load more. Although the site is based in Canada it is still of value to everyone who is interested in showing a movie.
  • Sidewalk Cinema takes place in Seattle, Washington and includes some pictures of the events taking place.
  • Silent Movies This site is written by Professor Hall and contains lots of information
  • Silkscreen Film Society
  • Silver Screens This site is full of information about traditional cinemas.
  • Sim Cinema build and run your own cinema in this virtual online world. Great fun and free.
  • Simac Company Description to Follow
  • Singing Hills WurliTzer Anther site relating to this organ.
  • Skye Film Club Film Society
  • Skylight Cinema run outdoor film screenings across Cornwall at various locations across the county.
  • Slough Cooperative Film Society
  • Smart This is a sound processor company for use in cinemas although there are a number of white papers available for download.
  • Societies to Join Some more details about various Societies that you can join,
  • Society of Fantastic Films Film Society
  • Society of Motion Pictures and Television Engineers (SPMTE) which sets a lot of standards in the industry. Has a large members only section.
  • Soho House Cinema Hire Description to Follow
  • Solihull Film Society
  • Solihull Film Society Celebtrating their 50th anniversary this year.
  • Solitude The purpose of this site is described as <i>The original purpose of Solitude was to provide a public space to toy with web design and new ideas while VKPS (the now defunct parent site) was being refitted. As Solitude grew to meet the requirements of VKPS,
  • Somervale Film Society
  • Sonic Films – Digital CInema Package Creation provides prices for DCP creation per 5 minutes.
  • Sony ** DEAD LINK ** broadcast and professional website
  • Sound Associates A large company supplying Cinemeccanica projection equipment in the UK along with installationss of cinemas and supplying other equipment.
  • Sound Recording and Reproduction (Sound on Film) (Video) (External) Explains the mysteries of sound recording on film. 1943
  • South Crofty Mine Description to follow
  • South Molton Film Society
  • South West Film & Television Archive is a registered charity which is the official film archive for the South West of England. We are a member of the Film Archives Forum and supported by the British Film Institute and many other bodies. Originally set up by TSW when their ITV franchise ended
  • South West Group Description to Follow
  • Southport Film Guild Description to Follow
  • Special Effect Supply suppliers of special effects information and links.
  • Special Report Entertainment and Technology entitled <b><i>‘Technology hasn’t changed projectionist’s jobs at all that much. But economics has’</i></b> by John Lippman.
  • Spectrum Search The Cornish Search Engine, for the People of Cornwall
  • Spotlight on Alan Ashton Description to Follow
  • SSVC – The Movie Machine has provided and operated cinemas for the British Forces for more than 50 years. It was originally under the banner of the Army Kinema Corporation and the RAF Cinema Corporation, both of which joined forces to become the Services Kinema Corporation, or SK
  • St. Johns Film Society the film society for St Johns College University of Cambridge.
  • Star and Shadow Cinema based in Newcastle and run by volunteers
  • Steep Description to Follow
  • Stephen Follows [blog] is a writer and producer, but he produces a blog which has lots of useful and interesting articles related to cinema exhibition.
  • Steve’s Projection For pictures of Cinema Projection equipment. The web site has a brilliant screen saver available for download.
  • Storage and Handling of Processed Nitrate Film Kodak’s guide.
  • Stourbridge Description to Follow
  • Strathkendrick Description to Follow
  • Striking a Xenon Bulb (video) A video clip of a Xenon bulb being struck on a projector
  • Strong International! one of the oldest and most experienced manufactureres of film projector equipment in the world with lots of information and links.
  • Struck Xenon (Video) Description to Follow
  • Superior Quartz Products is one of the pioneers of the ultraviolet lamp industry. Since 1957, Superior has designed and manufactured unexcelled quality lamps.
  • Superior Quartz Products is one of the pioneers of the ultraviolet lamp industry. Since 1957, Superior has designed and manufactured unexcelled quality lamps.
  • Superstock – Movie Projectors This site contains a large number of movie projector images, which can be purchased for use.
  • Surviving Cinemas This is a fantastic website which is mainly related to Scottish cinemas, but also includes cinemas from other locations. There is a huge number of photographs of cinemas on the site. Definately worth a visit.
  • SWICKI – Cinema and Projectionist Search this is a search engine, just relating to cinema and projectionists, which uses tag clouds simliar to Flickr and other sites.
  • Swindon Description to Follow
  • Tales From the City of Angels This page is about the Projection Racket which existed in the 1920s in America.
  • Terra Media a fantastic place with lots of information and references. Includes details of the <i>Cinemas Act 1985</i>.
  • Terra Media – Cinema Statistics A really good site full of information about cinema.
  • Tetbury Description to Follow
  • Texas Instruments (Digital Light Processing) – has a number of articles on Digital Light Projection (DLP)
  • Thanet Description to Follow
  • The 16mm Motion Picture Projector: Operating Techniques (Video) Training film for military projectionists from 1961.
  • The Advanced Projection Manual The Advanced Projection Manual is designed to provide cinema engineers and projectionists with the necessary technical know-how and hands-on advice so that classic films can be presented the way they were intended to be presented, without compromises with
  • The Bioscope is dedicated to the subject of early and silent cinema. It is designed to be a news and information resource on all aspects of the motion picture before sound. It covers news, publications, events, discoveries, documents, critical theory, filmmakers, perf
  • The Bootleg Cinema is a group of Film-making ninja’s and an awesome bespoke double-decker bus. They believe that cinema is a powerful cohesive force; it brings everyone together, uniting us in temporal space. The Bootleg Cinema want to bring communities together with the p
  • The British Board on Film Censorship A website of information about film censorship in Britain.
  • The British Museum has a Film Society which shows 12 films each year.
  • The Business Plan for Your Movie Theater 125aday Publishing (American) offers a book to help people who are completing a Business Plan for a movie theatre.
  • The Cornwall Centre and Tourist Information Centre Description to follow
  • The Cutting Room ever wondered what happens to old film prints? Well this article which appeared in the
  • The cutting room:After movies go out of release, thousands of miles of film head for the shredder, on the way to new life via recycling. (Is that a blockbuster you’re wearing?) “We guarantee that all our processed film is not being burnt or put into the ground in a landfill in any shape, manner or form. It will be recycled,” says Sam Borodinsky, chief executive of Filmtreat West and Filmtreat East, a bicoastal corporation whose
  • The Dangers of Cellulose Nitrate Film This is a leaflet by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) which explains which Nitrate film is, the dangers of it and who to contact about it.
  • The Detinitive Doirectory for the Film & Television – Video Industry – UK & Ireland – Provides lots of links to companies in sorts of movie areas.
  • The Event Projectionist The art of projection began in simple candle-light with cut-out cards. Today, digital mastery has allowed for the rise of 3D Projection Mapping. Early projectionist entertained in parlors, churches and music halls giving the attendees a rare and unique
  • The Free Dictonary Description to follow
  • The Front Row Movie Projection Booth Information. This is a small site with another view of projection.
  • The Hospital Screening Room Details of the screening room including technical details
  • The IEE article on Digital Cinema
  • The Impact of Local Cinema – Research Project In 2003, the British Film Institute and the UK Film Council commissioned a study to measure and assess the impact of local cinemas on the social, cultural and economic life of their communities. Two Regional Screen Agencies; EM Media and Film London, fu
  • The Internet Movie Database One of the most respected movie sites on the net. A database of movies with huge amounts of information and links.
  • The Journal of Cinema and Media has good links
  • The Location Guide according to the website trademark it is the online location for your next production (TM)
  • The Majestic This is a film starring Jim Carrey which was released in 2001 and features a number of different Hollywood Cinemas.
  • The McGuffins Film Society
  • The Mineral Tramways Heritage Project Description to follow
  • The Movies Online.com Movie Information and more.
  • The Musical Museum, London This page relates to Music and the Cinema.
  • The Musical Museum:Music and the Cinema A little on bioscopes
  • The new Film Festivals server website providing information on film festivals taking place.
  • The Numbers Box Office data, movie stars, idle speculation
  • The Open Film Society
  • The Oscars the offical website for the Annual Academy Awards.
  • The Penistone Cinema Organ Trust The Penistone Cinema Organ Trust was founded by Kevin Grunill in 1999. The Compton organ remained in storage since its purchase in 1994 and it was not until a new home was found for the organ that the Trust was formed. Several Committee members are also C
  • The People – available to hire
  • The Projected Picture Trust Preservation, restoration and demonstration of cinema equipment old and new
  • The Projection Box a site dedicated to cinema projection equipment old and new.
  • The Projectionist a website devoted to reviewing the latest movies on the big screen and on video.
  • The Projectionist Agency this is a new site for advertising/posting projectionist/technician jobs and also to act as a directory of freelance projectionists/technicians.
  • The Projectionist Blog Description to Follow
  • the projectionist’s dream By Robert Joyce
  • The Projectionists Story An interview with Robert Simms by Stephen Nuttall
  • The Projectionists Story An interview with Robert Simms by Stephen Nuttall
  • The RCA 16mm Sound Projector (Video) (External) Invisible white-gloved hands demonstrate the operation of the RCA 16mm sound projector, ca 1958.
  • The State Cinema, Grays This site is dedicated to the former State Cinema in Grays, Essex and is full of a whole range of information about this former beautiful cinema. Well worth a read if you are interested in either the local history or cinema buildings.
  • The supply of cinema advertising services: A report on the supply in the United Kingdom of cinema advertising services
  • The Theatres Trust is a national body whose purpose is to promote the better protection of theatres. As well as considering planning applications relating to theatre buildings, they provide help and advice on planning and design matters, campaign on behalf of theatres, and
  • The Travelling Bioscope This site talks about the bioscope show which travelled around fairgrounds
  • The Trevithick Society Description to follow
  • The Truth About 2K, 4K and The Future of Pixels In this wide-ranging, no-holds barred conversation from 2009, John cuts through what he calls the intentional obfuscation of “marketing pixels,” and explores the range of high resolution and high frame rate options that are becoming available to filmmaker
  • Theaters for Sale A website who specialise in buying and selling theatres.
  • Theatre Maketa & Theatre Truck The Theatre Truck was recently in London for the <a href=http://www.westendlive.co.uk/ target=_blank>West End Live</a> and was acting as a 29 seater cinema, with all the trimmings. The website doesn’t have any real pictures of the truck as a cinema, but i
  • Theatre Mwldan Description to FollowDescription to Follow
  • Third Screen Film Society
  • Third Screen Description to Follow
  • This article is about the archiving of film in a digital world Description to Follow
  • Threading the 16mm Projector ca 1950s How-to film produced to ensure quality shows and prevent destruction of films. (Video) (External)
  • THX The website includes details of the THX certificate and allows you to view THX trailers.
  • THX – Lucas Film The website about this sound quality for cinemas.
  • THX Certified Screening Rooms Worldwide (pdf) Description to Follow
  • Ticketing Software Finder This site lists a large amount of cinema/theatre ticketing/management software
  • Time Out list of London open air movies in 2011 The Time Out magazine have produced for the second year a lit of the Open Air screenings happening in London through until the end of Septemebr 2011
  • Timeline of Historical Film Colors This database was created and is curated by Barbara Flueckiger, professor at the Institute of Cinema Studies, University of Zurich. It is based on her research at Harvard University in the framework of her project Film History Re-mastered, funded by Swiss
  • Titan Technology Group a provider of comprehensive, innovative ticketing and point-of-sale solutions for all your cinema and theater needs.
  • TLS UK LTD offer a complete range of Xenon lamps with rectifiers and igniters suitable for Cinema Projection, featured below are some of the more popular types of lamp. Additionally lamp house, rectifier and Cinemation automation spares are available. To our custome
  • Toby’s Films For Sale this website mainly aimed at the selling of projectors and films.
  • Tomorrow Never Dies International James Bond Site – Premiere Webcast 9th December 1997
  • Tony Whitmore Projectionist Manual A very informative article in PDF
  • Towards the single European market in film Description to Follow
  • Toyota Gibraltar Stockholdings ltd conversion of a Toyata Land Cruiser into a mobile cinema.,
  • Trovit is a search engine for classified ads for jobs and also for Cars, Homes, Rentals and Products. We are based in Barcelona and currently operating in 38 countries providing a full and complete list with classified job ads.
  • Trowbridge Description to Follow
  • TVGEN This is another very good movie database and provides tv guides for America as well ass having a online store.
  • Uckfield Description to Follow
  • UCLU Film Society film society at the University College of London.
  • UF WWW Pages The student cinema at Southampton University one of the best in the country.
  • UIP Website for productions made by UIP linking to the latest releases.
  • UK Box Office Charts As the title says.
  • UK cinema circuits 1914-1945 A list of the UK cinema circuits with more than 10 screens between 1914-1945.
  • UK cinema circuits 1947-69 A list of the UK cinema circuits with more than 10 screens between 1947-69.
  • UK Cinema Directory A selected directory of UK Cinema links
  • UK Cinema Release Dates this site does what is says in the URL, and provides a list of the release dates for the UK Cinemas.
  • UK Cinemas UK cinemas aims to bring together a range of film and cinema information together and make an easily useable and informative guide for cinema goers around Britain.
  • UK Cinemas England this is a fantastic site which gives as much information as possible about all the cinemas in England
  • UK Digital Screen Network This website is the official site run by the Arts Alliance Digital Cinema and includes information on the basics of digital cinema along with a list of the completed installations.
  • UK DVD Rental Guide – independent reviews and comparisons of all 38+ online UK DVD rental by post companies. Select the best online UK DVD Rental service and sign up for free trials.
  • UK Film Council Statistical Yearbook 2004/05 for data on UK film and film in the UK in 2004. To download a PDF of the Yearbook, please click on the following link <a href=http://www.ukfilmcouncil.org.uk/get/?doc=95 target=_blank>PDF Stats Yearbook 2004/05</a>
  • UK Outdoor Screening COmpanies
  • UK Outdoor Screening Companies
  • UK Screen UKscreen is a unique way of promoting film makers, crew, actors, media companies, and musicians. UKscreen enables members to instantly broadcast music and films from their own desktop and create online web pages with photos, showreels, CV’s and many other
  • UK Screen Interactive directory of UK film makers, crew, actors, agents, production companies and music bands. Also offers film streaming and music downloads.
  • UK Screen Heritage Network The UK Screen Heritage Network was formed by a group of museums and archives, funded by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA), to realise a number of aims.
  • Universal productions, the site has links, games, an online store and jobs.
  • Universal Newsreels 271 movie files of the newsreels from 1929 to 1967.
  • University of Exeter Cinema Society
  • Unknown Projectionist This is an interview which has appeared on the <a href=http://www.hemagazine.com/ target=_blank>Home Entertainment</a> website with a projectionist.
  • Up coming Movies a site about films about to come out both in the cinema and on DVD/video
  • Urban Entertainment are the UK’s leading supplier of Pop up Cinema and Drive in Cinema screenings. Specialising in Inflatable media screens for any event, indoor / outdoor cinema hire, live broadcasts, exhibitions, tradeshows, corporate events, drive in cinema, weddings, fes
  • Urbane Entertainment based in Sheffield
  • USA lags in digital cinema stakes Summary of research by Dodona Research into Digital Cinema
  • USUS Film Unit This is the site for the University of Sheffield and is a farely standard site.
  • Variety the online version of the popular entertainment magazine
  • Vicky Projector (video) Description to Follow
  • Victorian Cinema this is a fantastic site relating to the early part of cinema and includes, the people, machines and whole lot more.
  • Video Directory Lists a number of sources to look at for cinema related jobs.
  • Video Screens Description to Follow
  • Video Treasures specialise in deleted & out of print vhs PAL movies in the UK
  • Village Hall Cinemas is to promote community based cinema projects. is to promote community based cinema projects.
  • Vintage Mobile Cinema This site is about the restoration of a 1967 Bedford SB3 mobile cinema.
  • Virgin Net Cinema Film finder – finds a film and where it’s on, plus gives lots of other information.
  • Virgin sells cinemas Artivle from the
  • Virgin.net Movie Information Movie information provided by <a href=http://www.virgin.net target=_blank>Virgin.net</a>
  • Virtual Film Bookers City Screen provides film booking services for indepdent cinemas
  • Virtual Tour of Apollo Hammersmith This site allows you to have a virtual tour of the inside of the formed Odeon Hammersmith cinema.
  • Virtual-Cinema / Virtual-Ticket Virtual-Cinema is a cinema booking administration system based on PHP and MySQL. Features: online seat booking and ticket printing with advertising on it, cinema POS with barcode, statistics, and more.
  • Warminster Description to Follow
  • Warner Bros Production website for Warner Brothers.
  • Warwick Student Cinema one of he best student cinemas in the country. THis is also a good website.
  • Waters Productions is an audio visual company in London that provides audio visual staging, installation and production services to small, medium and large companies and venues in and around London.
  • WAVE – Walk-thru Virtual Environment This is an intersting scientifc report which court my eye a while ago and looks at the concept of creating a screen which can we walked through, or even which can appear and disappear as necessary. In simple form it uses thousands of little droplets of wa
  • Welcome to S.C.R.E.A.M. Special effects website very good with loads of information for making special effects.
  • Wells Description to Follow
  • Welsh Group Film Society
  • Welwyn Garden City Film Society
  • Western Cinema Services Equipment suppliers and installers.
  • Weston-Super-Mare Film Society – this link takes you to a page on the BFFS South West pages which lists details of the society and up and coming screenings.
  • What is the Community Cinema Group Description to Follow
  • When Cinemas Go Wrong An interesting debate on the Empire website about projectionists.
  • Where did they film that does what is says in the title!
  • Where is the Nomad A project with the Lex cinema
  • Wikipedia Article on Mobile Cinema a brief article about mobile cinema from Wikipedia
  • Wikipedia Entry on Movie Projector this page contains a great summary of how a movie projector works and a number of links.
  • Wikipedia Entry on Projectors this page contains a great summary of how a projectors works and a number of links.
  • Wikipedia Entry on the History of Cinema this page contains a great summary of the history of cinema and a number of links.
  • Wincanton Film Society
  • Winchester Film Society
  • Wirksworth Film Society
  • Woking’s New Cinema Club Film Society
  • Worcester City Film Society
  • Word Reference Description to follow
  • Word Search containing common cinema nad projectionist related words.
  • Worktrain – Projectionist Career information. Provides a good selection of information on the career of being a projectionist, links.
  • Worst Movies on Earth looks at the worst movies that have been made.
  • WTW Cinemas, Cornwall the second cinema chain in Cornwall.
  • Wurlitzer Describes the history of ths organ, often found in cinemas.
  • Wurlitzer Organ in Cornwall. JUST OF THE B3254 at St. Keyne Station, near Liskeard, CORNWALL, PL14 4SH<br><br> Step back in time, with nostalgic sounds from the first half of the twentieth century. Entertainment for all the family, from a more relaxed era of Steam Trains, Austin Sev
  • www.cinematographer.freeserve.co.uk/Films/RedAlert.html Red Alert ****DEAD LINK****
  • Yahoo! Entertainment-Movies and Film-Filmmaking-Special Effects Yahoo links on special effects.
  • Yahoo! Search Results on pyrotechnics
  • Yeovil Cinematheque Film Society
  • York Student Cinema Website this the York student cinema site.
  • Yorkshire Group of the BFFS
  • Yorkshire On Screen Provides a list and details of the locations in Yorkshire which have been used in film and television programmes.
  • ZKM Media ZKM Center for Art and Media dedicated an interesting exhibition to the Future of Cinema argument.