Tammy Burnstock

An Interview with Restoration Guru David Strohmaier

An Interview with Restoration Guru David Strohmaier Without Widescreen restoration guru and colleague-in-smell David Strohmaier, Scent of Mystery (in revised Holiday in Spain form) would still be buried deep inside a vault. I started by asking Dave why he is so passionate about Cinerama? When I was a kid I saw a Cinerama for the …

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Keeping Things Real: Insights from another InGlorious Sydney-sider, motion graphics guru Michelle French

Keeping Things Real Insights from another InGlorious Sydney-sider, motion graphics guru Michelle French Tammy: Your first thoughts when hit with a doco about the history of smell-O-Vision? I think… wacky was my first thought (laughs). Yeah, I was totally intrigued. The only thing I knew about… I had actually experienced Odorama, I think it was …

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Susan Todd’s Scented Screening Experience

Susan Todd’s Scented Screening Experience Susan Todd at home preparing for screening Susan Todd, daughter of Scent of Mystery’s producer, Mike Todd Jr. and granddaughter of entrepreneur and producer Michael Todd, is featured in In Glorious Smell-O-Vision! I asked Susan about her experience of viewing the documentary, at a small scented screening for family and …

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An Interview With Co-Writer and Director John Anderson

An Interview With Co-Writer & Director John Anderson In Glorious co-conspirators John Anderson and Tammy Burnstock. Tammy, 2019: Chicago-based filmmaker John Anderson is co-writer and director, the editor and pretty much everything else for In Glorious Smell-O-Vision! the documentary. I asked John to remember how he got caught up in this international web of Smell-O-Vision! …

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Cory writes about his beloved “Aunt Beverly”

Cory writes about his beloved “Aunt Beverly” Beverly Bentley (1930 – 2018) Beverly Bentley is the star of Scent of Mystery (1960), produced by Mike Todd Jnr., directed by Jack Cardiff and the only feature film to have been presented in Smell-O-Vision! Beverly Bentley as Sally Kennedy, Scent of Mystery 1960 Born in Atlanta, Georgia …

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Lost and Found: A Tale of Old Whiff by Randy Gitsch

Lost and Found: A Tale of Old Whiff by Randy Gitsch © Tom March It’s a tragedy when a film is lost, any film. Neither a film’s initial production cost, star content, critical reception, box-office earnings, length or genre mitigates that motion picture’s loss as a cultural artefact, a historical record of time and place. …

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