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THE LAST PROJECTIONIST, a nostalgic and fascinating look at the dying art of film projection, has a special one-off screening at the Exeter Picturehouse on Monday 16 July at 6.30.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Thomas Lawes.
With particular reference to Birmingham's enduring Electric Cinema, one of the oldest working cinemas in Britain, the film examines the threat posed by the digital age to the traditional skills of 35mm projection.
Including an interview with stalwart John Brockington, who has been working as a projectionist since 1955, the film celebrates a now all-too rare art. It also leads us to an uplifting conclusion, however, as it highlights the continuing renaissance of the independent cinema sector.