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Written and photographed by: Thomas HauerslevDate: 26.03.2012

Thomas Hauerslev
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Bill Lawrence
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Thomas Hauerslev (Copenhagen, Denmark), chief editor and generally in charge of everything about in70mm.com. Used to be a projectionist in the 1980s where he developed a strong passion for 70mm (bordering to the insane). Also known as Indiana Jones of 70mm, and Mother Theresa of 70mm. Speaks Danish. Write to Thomas
 
Bill Lawrence (Halifax, United Kingdom), long time in70mm.com associate and Widescreen Weekend organizer and in charge of monthly e-newsletter. Bill is head of Reel Solutions, established in early 2006 to programme and support independent cinemas. Likes Danish TV series, and want to go to Copenhagen. Write to Bill

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Paul Rayton (Hollywood, USA), chief proof reader and industry liaison. Paul has done an outstanding job assisting with the production of the web site. Paul has always worked tirelessly "behind the scenes" proofreading many of the major articles and thereby helping keep the "typos" to a minimum. A compulsive traveller, have visited Europe often.
 
 
  

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Margaret Weedon (London, England). Margaret has transcribed several interviews for in70mm.com with great passion and finesse. She is also a master of the scrimp cocktail which is highly recommended.
 
Mark Lyndon (London, England). Mark is passionate about classic opera and has an encyclopaedic knowledge about movies and history. Have made some marvellous interviews for in70mm.com. Speaks a little Danish and have visited Copenhagen several times. Write to Mark
  

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Anders M Olsson (Lund, Sweden). Anders describes himself as "web monster", rather than web master, indicating a refined sense of humour. He has transcribed the dialogue from "Windjammer" for his own homepage and many other things for in70mm.com. He is a trained projectionist and is very knowledgeable about widescreen history. Write to Anders
 
Gerhard Witte (Berlin, Germany), has written many well-researched articles for in70mm.com. Including several portraits about his favourite Hamburg cinemas - the Grindel and the Savoy. His articles are always carefully written with unprecedented attention to detail - often testing the editor's patience. Being German, everything must - of course - be done according to the book of instructions. Write to Gerhard

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