18th APRIL 2015
11.15 am 'The Saturday Morning Show': Super 8 trailers, adverts, cartoons, newsreels and Classic Home Cinema's recent releases.
12.30 35mm show: Trailers, adverts and Technicolor Disney cartoon.
2.10 The Super 8 'Scope show: Classic Home Cinema releases plus Derann's 30 minute version of 'Capricorn One'.
3pm. 16mm Show: two British World War II information/propaganda films
3.30 Super 8: Laurel & Hardy double-bill
4pm 35mm Extracts from '1 Million Years B.C.' (Raquel in Technicolor!) plus supporting Technicolor short.
The above video was filmed by Stuart Hilliker and he made an excellent job of it.
Setting up the main dealer hall prior to opening (image taken by Fabrizio Mosca).
Setting up the main dealer hall prior to opening (image 2 taken by Fabrizio Mosca).
Setting up the main dealer hall prior to opening (image 3 taken by Fabrizio Mosca).
Mark Williams flat out whilst assembling the 24ft 'Scope screen. (image taken by Fabrizio Mosca).
The legendary Bill Parsons with the HTI GS1200 he created over ten years ago and still projecting at the BFCC to this day.
The HTI lamp exposed - the ultimate incarnation of Super 8 and the only known GS1200 in the UK to be so equipped (image taken by Fabrizio Mosca).
Amongst a wealth of film and equipment Perry's Movies had an excellent Elmo GS1200 on sale and a rather tired Chinon SS1200.
The bring and buy stall.
The bring and buy stall image 2.
The bring and buy stall image 3.
The ticket desk - Bob Maynard and Son.
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