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    Cinemagic Tour #I:

    Kunstrådet - Talentudviklingspuljen for Unge Kunstnere
    Kunstrådet - Det Internationale Billedkunstudvalg
    NIFCA - Nordic Institute of Contemporary Art: Nordic Air & Sleipnir Travel Grant
    Mecklenburgisches Künstlerhaus, Schloss Plueschow

    Produktion:
    Martin Kern – Video-redigering
    Designgruppen Oncotype – Web-design
    John Kendal – Oversættelse & Korrektur

    Tak til:
    SEA – Finsk Filmarkiv, Helsinki
    Timo Matoniemi
    Outi Heiskanen
    Kai Vase
    Mitro Kaurinkoski
    Udo Rathke
    Christa Rathke
    Mr. Kujanneck
    Mathias Kemmer
    Cinemateket, København
    Fotolaboratoriet Colorgruppen
    Foto Ludvigsen
    The CTA Archive
    Morten Schjødt
    Mattias Bodlund
    Morten Westermann
    Pia Rönicke
    Marianne Witzel
    Jan Witzel
    Carsten Juhl
    Søren Nisted
    Hans Manner Jakobsen
    Thomas Hauerslev – www.70mm.dk
    Fast Video
    Det Danske Video Værksted, Haderslev
    Ole Taudal Poulsen
    Overgadens ansatte
    En stor tak til alle ejere, lejere og forpagtere af de tidligere biografer der er besøgt i Helsinki, Mecklenburg og København

    Cinemagic Tour #II: Scenes From An Imaginary Place
    Thanks to:

    - Claudia, Lindy and Sara at Deveron Arts.
    - Gordon McTavish: Former Film projectionist in Huntly Palace / Huntly Playhouse.
    - People who worked in the Cinema and Bingo Hall: Betty McAllister, Anni Williams, Patsy Ross.
    - The local newspaper, Huntly Express:
    - Cathy Michie
    - Dorothy Reith
    - Neil Milne
    - Wendy Clarihew
    - Nicky Todd
    - Pat Scott
    - Jack Johnston, photographer and owner of Huntly Express.
    - The Huntly Express Newspaper Archive.
    - The Press and Journal newspaper, Aberdeenshire.
    - Andy Phillips, journalist.
    - Joanna Fraser
    - The Press & Journal Newspapers Archive and Library.
    - Aberdeenshire Council – owner of the cinema building.
    - Jan Regulski, Planning Office, Aberdeenshire Council, Huntly.
    - Ron Davidson, Property department, Aberdeenshire Council, Inverurie.
    - Ken McLennan, Clerk of Works.
    - Duncan Anderson, Master Joiner.
    - Sheila Waterhouse.
    - Aberdeenshire Heritage, Mintlaw.
    - Andrew Hill, Senior & Heritage Officer.
    - Dr. David Bertie, Curator.
    - Ann Bowes.
    - The Brander Museum:
    - Ian Bonner, Museum assistant.
    - The Brander Library
    - Jenny Lodge, Librarian.
    - Patrick Scott, Local Historian and collector of photographs. Owner of a Magic Lantern.
    - The Stewarts Hall:
    - Adam Sinclair, Clerk Man.
    - Donald Boyd, Town coordinator, Aberdeenshire Towns Partnership Huntly.
    - Maureen Ross, local inhabitant in Huntly.
    - Bypassing people at Gordon Street.
    - Mrs. Cynthia Douglas. Neighbor of the former cinema at Gordon Street.
    - Ronald Grant & Anna Odrich, The Cinema Museum, London.
    - The Scottish Screen Archive, Glasgow.
    - Judith Fellowes-Gordon.
    - Donators of Photos:
    - Mary Cruickshank.
    - Babs McKay.
    - James Morrison.
    - Charles Brown.
    - Douglas Forrest.
    - David Low.
    - Betty McAllister
    - Margaret Reid
    - Alison Sandisan
    - Gordon Barr: www.survivingcinemas.org
    - Martin Kern – Editing and DVD-mastering.
    - Miquel, Jeremy and Deborah
    - Sandra McTavish
    - The Essons shop, former Cinema for silent movie, at the corner at Granary Street and Gordon Street.
    - Stewarts Hall, where the first Magic Lantern show was held in 1894. Also host for mobile cinemas during 80’s and till nowadays.
    - Patrick Semple
    - Jim Brook
    - Glenn Neil
    - Gordon School
    - Eva Merz
    - Marian Nagahiro
    - David Blyth
    - Fotolaboratoriet Colorgruppen
    - The CTA Archive
    - Pia Rönicke
    - Hans Manner Jakobsen Fotografisk Center
    - Thomas Hauerslev – www.70mm.dk www.biografmuseet.dk
    - Gordon Barr – www.survivingscinemas.org
    - Fast Video
    - Morten Schjødt

    - Supported by: Scottish Arts Council, Rural Challenge Fund, The Danish Arts Council’s Committee for International Visual Art, Deveron Arts.