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Wide Screen Weekend 2002
National Museum of Photography, Film & Television
Bradford, England

This article first appeared on
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The 70mm Newsletter
Pictures by: Thomas Hauerslev March 2002
Mr. Bill Lawrence, Head of Film, looking busy in his office.
Meet Mr. Tim Burnett, in charge of the NMPFT web site.
Mr. Peter Andren (Sweden) and two guests.
Mr. Borden Mace and Mr. Dick Babish
Mr. Jan Olsen (Norway)
A trio of enthusiasts. Mr. Malcolm Clarke, Mr. Andrew King and Mr. Chris O´Kane
Mr. Wouther de Wogd (Holland), Mr. Paul Rayton and Mr. John Belton (both USA)
Mr. Ingolf Vonau (Germany) and Mr. Torkell Sætervadet (Norway)
Mr. Ben Wales (England), Mr. Mike Taylor (England) and Mr. Serge Bosschaerts (Belgium)
Mr. Francois Carrin (France) and Mr. Paul Rayton (USA)
Mr. David Page, Mr. Henrik Hellstern-Hauerslev (Denmark) and Mr. Barrie Pick (England)
Mr. Henrik Hellstern-Hauerslev (Denmark), Mr. David Page (England) and Mr. Dave Strohmaier (USA)
Mr. Thomas Hauerslev (Denmark) and Mr. Dick Babish (USA)
Pictureville Cinema entrance.
Mr. Dick Babish and Mr. Borden Mace, both guests of honour.
Mr. Phil Lamb, Mr. Malcolm Clarke, Mr. Andrew King and Mr. David Plume
Mr. Dick Vaughan in charge of the beer. Mr. Tony Cutts in back ground in charge of everything else.
The DP70 SN 1622, donated by Nordisk Film, Denmark.
Mr. VistaMorph himself Mr. Chris O´Kane and Mr. Tony Sloman in the background.
Mr. Peter Andren (Sweden).
Mr. Ian Price (USA) and friend.
Mr. Greg Kimble (USA), and Mr. David Page (England)
The magnificent Cinerama red curtain at the Pictureville cinema.
The people that makes it all possible - you! The audience.
Superior projectionist Mr. Tony Cutts.
Mr. Dick Babish, Mr. Barrie Pick (England) and David Page (England)
James Bond´s Aston Martin DB5 and Mr. Thomas Hauerslev (Denmark), Mr. Greg Kimble (USA) and Mr. Henrik Hellstern-Hauerslev (Denmark)
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Planning the Wide Screen Weekend


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