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by Freya Walker Smith
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In a tiny projection room in West Cumbria, Kevan splices together the Wednesday matinee at Rosehill Theatre.
great film really shows how the job is done.
Excellent…… As if I was there
Very sharp editing, great pace and rhythm, plus tells a complete story.
Enjoyable, interesting and satisfying.
A brillant little film very interesting.
Well done, kept me wanting to see to the end!
I love the sound of it!
Clever editing. Well done.
Loved the way you’ve edited this! Fab short film Freya
Really sharp editing and fantastic audio, well done!
So interesting to see this. That it was once the norm, now so rare. Sound was atmostpheric and not being dubbed with music, refreshing.
Just in time! Within a decade would it be possible to make such a film? Gorgeous sound, takes me back a bit!
just in time. within a decade will it be possible to make such a film. Great job!
Brilliant! Love it!
Brilliant. Simple yet evocative. Great use of sound. Clever tight editing. Lovely.
This short is amazing – captivating!
I love this! Short Sweet and Snappy! A lovely original concept visiting an old and sadly dying technique. Good Luck Freya Walker Smith!
all time….love this work..
Captivating,stylish and punchy ! A great short film that held me until the final frame.
Really interesting short film which was informative. Thoroughly engrossing. Well done!
Great film, well done and good luck Freya. I love the sound!
Well done and congratulations Freya! Proud of you. Wishing you good luck.
Very clear piece of filming – if this is your standard of filming you set the bar pretty high. Well done. Much encouragement
This is great – clever and engaging – a worthy nominee!!
Excellent short piece, shows my very talented uncle doing cool stuff with film. Very clever editing indeed, loved it.
Go Kev! Brilliant piece of film. Love the editing and sound and it’s a very clever synergy of subject and medium. Particularly like the little sigh/mumble as the job’s done. Proper insight into a ‘labour of love’ – emphasis on the ‘labour’? lol. True craftsmanship on show from all concerned and a joy to watch. More please!! Well done Freya, you should be proud of this little gem of a film.
Fab short film. Love the way things speed up as the film progresses. Sharp imaging and great sound. Good luck in the competition!
Beautifully done. Good Luck!
Fantastic. Well done Freya, really fantastic.
Love this, so satisfying to see it being put together!
Experts like Kevan should be training young ones before everything in cinemas goes digital and the art is lost.
This has captured an artist at work in a skilful and insightful way. Beautifully done Freya.
I liked this right until the end, which I thought was throwing to a punchline – a sign outside a boarded up old cinema saying ‘Closed.’ Never happened.
Very cool movie. Uncle Kevin seems in great form!
Very interesting! Felt like I was there!
Love this Freya! Congratulations!
Great film capturing the work as I remember my father splicing up our holiday snaps it’s brilliant & the sound was true & the Machinery real history great lighting & to the point proud of you Freya as I know how hard you work xxxxx
Great little film
Well done. Good behind the scenes look.
I love this little film!
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