Special issue of the Journal of British Cinema and Television edited by the Projection Project


The latest issue of the Journal of British Cinema and Television (Vol. 15 No. 1), edited by Charlotte Brunsdon, Jon Burrows and Richard Wallace of The Projection Project has been published Edinburgh University Press and can be accessed here.

The issue contains a number of articles written by project team members and other experts in the field. The full table of contents is reproduced below:

(Charlotte Brunsdon, Jon Burrows and Richard Wallace)

Going Digital: The Experience of the Transition to Digital Projection in UK Cinemas
(Richard Wallace)

Sounds of the Projection Box: Liner Notes for a Phonographic Method
(Michael Pigott)

Women in the Box: Female Projectionists in Post-war British Cinemas
(Richard Wallace, Rebecca Harrison and Charlotte Brunsdon)

Projection and Domestic Space: A Photo Essay
(Alexa Raisbeck)

‘Certificated Operators’ versus ‘Handle-Turners’: The British Film Industry’s First Trade Union
(Jon Burrows)

Disabled Operators: Training Disabled Ex-servicemen as Projectionists during the Great War
(Lawrence Napper)

'We shall really have to do something about your equipment’: The Projectionist’s Negotiation of Obsolescence in The Smallest Show on Earth and Coming Up Roses
(Claire Jesson)

A Cinema without Walls: An Interview with Ian Francis, Director of the Flatpack Film Festival
(Charlotte Brunsdon and Richard Wallace for The Projection Project)