THE 50th BFCC 22nd October 2005

The latest DVD release available from Filmtek. The history of film collecting - part one featuring footage of the early BFCC conventions (are you in it?!), the introduction of magnetic sound, 16mm, 9.5mm and the early film pioneers. Interviews with the editors who produced the 'cut-downs' for Super 8 release, lavishly illustrated with footage and nostalgic box covers and labels. Also includes footage of various bits of equipment and projector demo films. A 'must' for every collector, and very, very repeatable!
"A potted history of film collecting and its background. Castle Films, Perry's Movies, Mountain, Walton Films, The British Film Collectors Conventions - told by those in the film industry. The cinematic version of All Our Yesterdays! A must for every collector."

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"Absolutely Brilliant! So nostalgic it had me searching out my old copies of Movie Maker. I've watched it three times and wish it would never end. Roll on part 2!". David Arhens, Belfast.

"The best thing ever done! Content and quality not to be surpassed - flawless". Disappointed when it came to an end. Can't wait for part 2". Geoff Newman, Sussex.
DVD = 19.99
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Picture from Kevin Faulkner showing Ben Wales with his wonderful dual 35mm/70mm projector. 70mm reels from Lawrence of Arabia and Capricorn One were shown.


Picture from Jean-Marc Toussaint. Keith Wilton paying tribute to the editors in charge of creating our dear cut-downs and David Locke who was involved with the BFCC's right from event number 1.


Picture from Jean-Marc Toussaint. David Locke returned to BFCC projection duties for a nostalgic Super 8 look back at the early days of the conventions.


Picture from Jean-Marc Toussaint. Getting ready for the 12.45 Super 8 screening of the T-Rex sequence from Jurassic Park with sync' pulse THX and digital sound.


Picture from Jean-Marc Toussaint. The HTI converted GS-1200 which puts out the brightest light currently available for Super 8 projection.



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