Training for Film Theatre Presentation

J. G.
March 1987
Image Technology;Mar1987, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p119
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the responsibilities of a projectionist for an effective film theater presentation. It is noted that he is responsible if the film is badly racked, out of focus, and incorrectly masked or too loud. Moreover, he has the ultimate responsibility for the way in which the public perceives the film in its long chain of inception, production, distribution and exhibition.


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