29/12/2015
Projectionist Neil Thompson describes the process of using a platter (cake stand) projection system.

29/12/2015
Projectionist Neil Thompson describes the process of learning how to work as a projectionist including the importance of checking film prints when rewinding.

29/12/2015
Projectionist Neil Thompson describes the process of setting up and checking cinema sound systems.

29/12/2015
Projectionist Neil Thompson outlines the process of starting the film, checking sound levels and checking the aperture plates as part of good presentation.

29/12/2015
Projectionist Neil Thompson describes the characteristics of polyester film, including its static properties, the difficultiy tearing it and the problems that these caused.

29/12/2015
Projectionist Neil Thompson describes his morning routine, preparing for the day's screenings, cleaning the projection room and conducting other duties around the cinema.

29/12/2015
Projectionist Neil Thompson descibes the process of making-up film prints, including the projectionist's trick of leaving one frame on the leader to help reassembly.

29/12/2015
Projectionist Neil Thompson describes the change in lighting technology from fast-burning carbon arc lamps to long-lasting xenon lamps.

29/12/2015
Projectionist Neil Thompson outlines his thoughts as being the last link in the creative process.

29/12/2015
Projectionist Neil Thompson describes the process of using automated projection systems from the 1980s onwards.

29/12/2015
Projectionist Neil Thompson descibes the arrival of digital projection in his cinema, including the timeline of the digital conversion.

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