Selected Press

TV interview, Copenhagen

The Movie you can smell – a BBC online feature article

 Age is Just a Number at the TCM Festival by Leonard Maltin

Batman and smells at TCM Classic Film Festival – video review by Ben Mankiewicz

 Scent of Mystery at the TCM Classic Film Festival 2016– report with images

The Scent of Mystery: Cinematic olfactive experience – Denmark and the UK

Smell-O-Vision Doesn’t Stink! – Things to do in LA

TCM Fest: Smell-O-Vision to Get Rare and Pungent Encore at Cinerama Dome – Hollywood Reporter

Smell-O-Vision: Film festivals recreate 1960 concept as new virtual reality technology is released – Daily Mail, UK.

Portvin, græs og Ajax: Sådan lugter filmen ‘Holiday In Spain’ Copenhagen

Mystisk duftfilm får nyt liv i København – Copenhagen


Host Leonard Maltin and Mr. Cineram David Strohmaier in the Cinerama Dome, Hollywood, 2016

“HI Tammy,

…this was an incredible highlight of the Festival!

Presenting shows like this are what makes this Festival one-of-a-kind, and is what our audiences are looking for. We are thrilled that it all came together beautifully.

Wishing you the best in future endeavors, and keep us posted on where Smell-o-Vision goes next!”


Genevieve McGillicuddy” (TCM Film Festival)

Recommendation of Smell-O-Vision event

The Danish Film Institute’s Cinematheque had the great pleasure of hosting a Smell-O-Vision screening of ‘Scent of Mystery’ on October 22nd 2015 organised in cooperation with Tamara Burnstock, Saskia Wilson-Brown, David Strohmaier and Randy Gitsch.

The event was a big success both practically, aesthetically and as a means of creating awareness of film history (the event was part of a broader Cinerama festival programme).

In terms of media attention, the Smell-O-Vision event was a phenomenal hit, sparking TV and radio radio coverage, newspaper and web media articles. It was a significant factor in making the festival a surprisingly large audience success overall.

I warmly recommend it to other venues and would warmly welcome back the team another time.

Best regards,

Rasmus Brendstrup, Programmer / Cinematheque Danish Film Institute

Widescreen Festival, UK