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Adrian Winchester
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 - posted May 10, 2019 08:16 AM      Profile for Adrian Winchester   Email Adrian Winchester   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Just a reminder that this superb event is taking place on Sunday - full details can be seen in 'Upcoming Film Conventions & Events' in the 8mm Forum section.

The first two BSTRs were a great credit to David Tatham, his family and the various presenters, so I hope UK collectors will support this event and help make sure its survival is guaranteed. It's worth keeping in mind that although there are a very good selection of dealers selling films, the emphasis is on entertaining and unusual shows, so it's the perfect event to bring film enthusiasts who are not film collectors to - in fact three or four non-collectors I know will be attending.

Friendly atmosphere; great shows; plenty of bargains; excellent, reasonably priced catering; free parking at the venue - what more can you ask?

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Colin Fish
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 - posted May 10, 2019 08:21 AM      Profile for Colin Fish   Email Colin Fish   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Hello Adrian, the details don't seem to be in the upcoming section. Or is it me.

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Dominique De Bast
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Colin, on my screen, this appears :

Sunday May 12th 2019

BIG SCREEN TIME REVIVAL

10:00-17:30

£7 including a free drink and cake

- Specialist Dealers
- Film shows - see below
- Bring and Buy
- Free table
- 2 screens

Hot and cold refreshments available all day

Standard 8mm talk film show (tbc) 9.5mm optical sound show; Super 8 ŒSaturday Morning Pictures‚; Super 8 SCOPE show; 16mm variety show

Tables available: £12.50 (2 x 4ft); £17.50 (2.3 x 6ft)

For details please contact: David at david.tatham@lonza.com or leave a text/message on 07968966440 or 07483320566

Harvey Road Primary School, Croxley Green, Herts. WD3 3BN

7 mins from Exit 18 on M25, 8 mins walk from Croxley underground station (Metropolitan line)

Car park for approx. 80 cars and plenty of parking on Harvey Road

Accommodation: Premier Inn, Croxley Green, Watford, WD18 8AD, 4 mins drive away

[Big Grin]

I will attend this event, Adrian desrcibed it well. The precceding editions were fantastic.

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Colin Fish
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Thanks Dominique.

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David Tatham
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 - posted May 11, 2019 02:06 PM      Profile for David Tatham   Email David Tatham   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Why not come for the day, even if you just watch the shows, have some home cooked food and have a natter.

22 dealers, 40 tables, a bring and buy and free table.

Sneak preview of Shows below:

Screen 1

11:00 – 11:45 Saturday Morning Picture Show

New Ektachrome Demo Film

Cinema in Miniature (1980s) - filmed by Lee Mannering. Released by Perry’s Movies

Black Cauldron (1985) - Trailer

Mickey Mouse at 50 - Trailer

Advert Selection

E. T. (1982) - Trailer

Matinee Mouse (1966) – Tom and Jerry

A Frightful Place (1970) - Scooby Doo from the full episode Haunted House Hang-Up

Overture 125 (1978) - a British Transport Films Production

14:15 - 15:05 Super 8 Scope Show

AFI’s 100 Years 100 Frills (2001) - A list of the top 100 movies in
American Cinema

Promo - This Is It (2009) - Trailer for this documentary

Take It From The Top (1967) - Whirlwind tour of Canada

Trailers

Letters From Iwo Jima (2006)

True Grit (2010)

NEW PRINTS – Available from Steve Osborne and possibly Classic Home Cinema

For Your Eyes Only (1981) - Roger Moore is shaken not stirred

True Lies (1994) - The Jamie Lee Curtis striptease scene

Skyfall (2012) - Full opening credit sequence

16:25 – 17:30 - 16mm Show

Trailers/Teasers/Promos

Superdad (1973) – Trailer

One Little Indian (1973) – Promo

That Darn Cat (1965) – Teaser

Horse in Grey Flannel Suit (1968) – Teaser

Blackbeard’s Ghost (1968) – Trailer – Peter Ustinov at his hilarious best

Pinocchio (1940) – Extract – Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket have a chat – stops abruptly

The Main Show

Doom of Dracula (1966) - excerpt from the 1944 feature, House of Frankenstein

Teddy Brown and Harry Tate (1936) – Believed to be from Variety Parade

Dance Little Lady (1954) – Extract

Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore (1983)

Prince Charles At Play (1949)

Screen 2

13:00 – 13:50 9.5mm Sound Show

You’re Not Built That Way (1936) – T/9524 – Betty Boop and Pudgy

Mewsical Airs (1937) – T/9575 – Pathescope Ace Cinemagazine

Sky Pirates (1938) – T/9673 – George Pal Puppetoon

The Two Roys (Pathescope release 1952) – T/9714 - Roy Fox and Harry Roy

The Screen Test (1937) – T/9741 – Short comedy

King of the Mardi Gras (1935) – T/9502 - Popeye and Bluto

National Anthem

15:20 - 16:05 Standard/Regular/Normal 8mm Show

Dick Barton (1948) - Trailer

Psycho (1960) - Teaser Trailer

Roses Ad

Pall Mall Ad

Pathe News (1969) – Esso Cambria launched, Battle of Britain at Madame Tussauds and Nymph Plane demonstrated

The House Cat (19?) – Colour cartoon

Little Lover (1963) – The Hollies

Pathe News (1964) – Shakespeare’s 400th Anniversary

Spare a Copper (1940) - George Formby performs ‘On The Beat’

XL5 to H20 (1962) – Episode taken from Season 1

Hope to see many of you tomorrow, just got home from 8 of us doing 6 hours prep. You’ll certainly find something for you.

Safe Journeys to all

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Maurice Leakey
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David
"The House Cat" is a 1948 British cartoon produced by American David Hand as part of his "Animaland" series, these were made for G.B. Animation, in Technicolor.
Released by Walton.

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Brian Fretwell
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Good event today, Good film shows, good bargains from the dealers and Bring and Buy - but, unfortunately a lower attendance this year.

It is on again next year on Sunday May 24th, so please come along then to support it as if the numbers are low (or lower) then it could be the last one.

Photos to follow.

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Lee Mannering
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Well what a fantastic event and very professionally organised along with excellent made to order refreshments. I take my hat off to you all!

One of the things you realise attending events across the country is the variety of items you get and for me I'm very grateful to the sellers I purchased from obtaining film and equipment I had been looking for many a year.
I have never ever seen a Sankyo anamorphic lens in the UK and it now sits with projector it was made for. Film wise prices were very reasonable indeed with Derann LPP features offered around £125, shorts from £4 and decent sound projectors around £70. I have to say it, if you didn't attend you did miss a REEL treat along with 2 cinemas up and running.

Pleased to report I did capture the event for the forthcoming Cinema in Miniature II and it was well worth the 600 mile round trip.
Heart felt thanks to all involved for a wonderful day with like minded film folk and also for the camaraderie.
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Graham Sinden
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Nice to see you there Lee and everyone else. Had a great time there. Picked up a few items and enjoyed the film shows. Sad to hear the lower attendance, lets hope the event continues beyond next year.

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Andrew Wood
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Bravo David, great work.

Such an enjoyable day and really well organised.

I think the sudden sunshine probably kept people in their gardens but I just wanted to pass on what a great job you did.

Andy

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Adrian Winchester
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Another great day with entertaining shows and excellent refreshments. I'm dismayed regarding the drop in the numbers, though, which really does make the next one a 'use it or lose it', situation, because a similar drop would clearly mean the end. The weather was worrying me even before I arrived, but I still struggle to understand why sunshine is such a problem. I can't believe that any member here would be put off by this, as you have one chance a year to attend BST (or a comparable event near London in 2019), but numerous chances to mow the lawn or do something outdoors! I went with two non-collectors and both were surprised that such a good event doesn't attract the support it deserves.

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Leon Norris
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Long live these film shows!

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Stuart Reid
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I am really surprised and disheartened to hear there was a drop in numbers, it looked pretty busy to me, with a lot of buying and selling. I will add my voice to those who say 'Use It Or Lose It' - seriously, it is a terrific day for collectors - and it was really good to see you all!

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Lee Mannering
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True Stuart.

Regretfully some have no idea the amount of work that goes into organising these events having put a few on myself. Those who do the work do so out of REEL love for film and it showed throughout the day at Big Screen Time.

As far as I know this is the only film fair where free Ukelele lessons were on offer as well.
[Big Grin]
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