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The last projectionist

The last projectionist

Lawes, Tom; Lawes, Tom, director

'The last projectionist charts the amazing history of UK independent cinema, taking a tour of some of the most magical picture houses in the world. The story centres on The Electric in Birmingham, the oldest working cinema in Britain. From its silent beginnings in 1909; to a news and cartoon cinema during WWII; a porn cinema in the 70s & 80s; then saved from demolition and restored to its art deco glory in 2004." --Container

DVD. English. Documentary films.
Published Birmingham: Electric Flix 2012

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Details

Statement of responsibility: a film byTom Lawes
EAN: 0610370602607
Note: 1 disc(s), All regions, Aspect ratio (16:9), Languages (English), Sound (Dolby Digital), Other documentaries ('Behind the screens').
Performers: Participants include John Brockington, Paul 'Ginger' Curtin, Graham lee, Les Castre and Phil Fawke.
Note: Credits: Music, Tom Lawes and The Electric Cinema Film Orchestra; additional music, Louis Clark; animation, Ben Lewis, Ikki Desi, Alex Hughes.
Physical Description: 1 videodisc (82 min.) sd., col.
Other Number: 610370602607
Subject: Motion picture theaters England History 20th century.; Electric Cinema Birmingham.