Young journalists from St. Andrew's Primary School in Woodhall Spa visited the Kinema In The Woods to find out more about the venue's plans to go digital.
They had an extensive tour around the building, led by Kinema Manager, James Green. The trip took the students through the history of the Kinema in the Woods, from 1922 right through to the present day. The young journalists particularly enjoyed seeing the cinema organ rise from the stage floor.
Young journalists from St. Andrew's Primary School in Woodhall Spa
Kinema Manager, James Green told the students of the plans to introduce digital equipment to the cinema at the beginning of 2011. "Instead of the films coming to us on old film reels, they will be delivered on a hard drive instead," he said.
The young journalists found the visit really interesting and a lot of fun, "it made us realise how fortunate we are to have such a unique cinema on our doorstep," said St. Andrew's Primary School young journalists Ailsa and Millie.
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