If you happen to be in the Brighton area on Sunday February 5th, you can catch a rare screening of late 60s Brit cult movie Bronco Bullfrog.
Bronco is a film you’ll love or hate and is described in the blurb as "filmed in neo-realist style (director Platts-Mills was dubbed the British Pasolini) and shot on location in London’s East End, this is something you really shouldn’t miss". It’s fame stems from the real people used as actors, with real style – and is the only instance of the suedehead look in film. A gallery of images from the film is due to appear on Modculture soon.
The film is showing at the Duke of York’s picture house in Brighton, commencing at 1:30 and followed by a Q & A with director Barney Platts-Mills.