This is the website of BKSTSCTC



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BKSTS-CTC 2013 Award Video

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BKSTS-CTC 2013 AWARDS: REEL 1

BKSTS-CTC 2013 AWARDS: REEL 2

BKSTS-CTC 2013 AWARDS: REEL 3

BKSTS-CTC 2013 AWARDS: REEL 4

Handbook
Handbook with New Digital Section (UK)£17.00 GBP Handbook with New Digital Section (Europe))£18.00 GBP Handbook with New Digital Section (Rest of the World)£28.00 GBP New Digital Insert Only (UK)£5.00 GBP New Digital Insert Only (Europe)£7.00 GBP New Digital Insert Only (Rest of the World)£8.00
Hello and welcome to the BKSTS Cinema Technology Committee website.The committee is more commonly referred to as the CTC and is a subcommittee of the BKSTS. The committee meets once a month in London and its membership is from all across the cinema exhibition industry, from projectionists to distributors.More details about the members of the committee can be found under the ‘About Us’ section of the website.Our aim is to providing the support and development of cinema projectionists through information and training. The committee is also responsible for providing projectionist training courses which are run throughout the country at different cinemas, with a constantly changing remit and programme.Details of future courses can be found under the training section. You will also find details on the Projectionist Certification scheme, which is was created in associated with the Cinema Exhibitiors Association (CEA) to promote best practise in projectionists across the UK industry.The Cinema Technology Magazine is closely linked to the committee, with it’s editor Jim Slater sitting on the committee, with many of the members regularly providing articles and other contributions to this widely appreciated publication.Being a technology committee the CTC like playing with new technology and apart from both printed and electronic versions of Cinema Technology Magazine, there is also a presence on Facebook.

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