This section of the website is dedicated to the memories of projectionists and cinemas. Do you have memories of working in the cinema as a projectionist, a manger, even an usher, then please email me your stories and I will put them on this page. All the copyright of the material will remain the persons who submitted it.
Email your stories and memories to email@example.com
- Joel Genung
- Mervyn Collard
- David A Ellis – Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
- Brian White
- Michael Wileman
- Dave Parr
- Keith Towers
- Ray Sheldon
- Michael Wood
- Stuart Munro
- Michael A. Kerins
- George W. Field
- Colin Marsh
- Roy Dart – Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
- David Lee
- Peter Lushing
- John O`Meara
- Maurice Woodhead
- Michael Anderson
- Tom Harvey-May
The links below are of memories and stories from projectionists which I have found on the ne
- Attila Nemes secrets of projecting, pictures. Attila Neme’s father shows the procedure in a projection box through a mixture of photographs and captions.
- The Front Row Movie Projection Booth Information. This is a small site with another view of projection.
- Spotlight on Alan Ashton Description to Follow
- A Day in the Life of Peter Mork, Movie Projectionist by Christopher Cox
- The Projectionists Story An interview with Robert Simms by Stephen Nuttall
- Interview With Projectionist Hans Braman Written by: Thomas Hauerslev
- Frank Zemla projectionist
- COMBINED KINEMA SECTION. Those lads who brought the Cinema to you in Burma Ken Rawlinson writes
- Recollections Of A Cinema Projectionist Memories of being a projectionist by W. L. Hume
- Pranks and Presenters Some stories BBC TV from Alexandra Palace about projection.
- John Boon Memories of being a RAF projectionist amongst other highlights.
- A Day in the Life of Peter Mork Movie Projectionist
- 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 discover a gallery of film “characters” who are not shy about their tastes and opinions when it comes to cinema, each with his or her own peculiar answer to that age-old question: what is cinema? Along the way, readers will learn about technical matters and get a rare glimpse of film exhibition practices around the world.
And if you want to know about what I have done then please look at the my experience section of the web site