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The Passing of Brian Guckian, Ireland
1972 - 03.10.2015

The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Mark Lyndon, London, England Date: 15.10.2015
Brian Guckian in Copenhagen for the 70mm Film Festival. Image by Thomas Hauerslev

It is particularly poignant to be writing this obituary shortly after the Schauburg Todd AO Festival and on the eve of the Bradford Wide Screen Festival.

For it was in Bradford that my friendship with Brian began and thereafter developed in Karlsruhe.

Over the years, our friendship grew, extending to my wife Margaret. Year after year, the three of us would spontaneously form a group and in doing so we would greatly enhance our mutual enjoyment of the 70mm and Cinerama classics on offer through a free exchange of impressions and views.

We were looking forward to our reunion with Brian and were deeply shocked and saddened by the tragic news from Dublin. Brian achieved much in his tragically short life. He was a passionate advocate for film, at a time when film exhibition was becoming increasingly rare, less valued and appreciated.

A co founder of the 70mm workshop, his scholarship and research made a considerable contribution to our knowledge of the subject, bringing about a revival of interest in 70mm; with festivals dedicated to the format springing up around the world. New 70mm films are in production or are about to be released. The climate had to be more favourable to make it happen. It took learning, dedication and advocacy to bring this climate about. He wrote many articles on the subject. One in particular, is outstanding and should be read by anyone with a serious interest in this, the most precious of mediums. I leave the last word to Brian.

Irish 70mm screening dedicated to Brian
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GUCKIAN Brian, (Stillorgan, Co. Dublin), suddenly, 3rd October 2015, beloved son of Tom and Aisling, predeceased by his brother Simon, loving brother of Niamh, Kieran and Ronan. Deeply mourned by his loving family, sister-in-law Siobhán, Ronan’s partner Toan, nieces, nephew, relatives and friends.

Rest in peace

Removal Wednesday (7th October) to Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Foxrock arriving at 9.50am for 10am Requiem Mass, followed by cremation in the Victorian Chapel, Mount Jerome, Harolds Cross. No flowers please. Donations, if desired, to the Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland.
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