No flat caps and no ‘Mr Grimsdale ‘here. But you do get both the swinging sixties and the Pretty Things in What’s Good For The Goose.
I actually featured this in 2012 (and once since), after which it sold out. But this Quadrophenia print by Piper Gates Design has been reprinted in 2021 in limited numbers.
A film that divides, but you might rethink your opinion after the Absolute Beginners BFI screening and Julian Temple Q&A.
Originally a Hunter Davies book about mid-60s Carlisle, Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush made it to the big screen in 1968.
Dorian Cox talks Celluloid cool – The French New Wave and the sophisticated cinematic world of Mod before the era of the beach fights.
With Talking Pictures screening it soon it seems a good time for The Scenester to look back at Smashing Time, courtesy of a past NFT screening.
Once something of a lost classic, Guy Hamilton’s The Party’s Over is currently available to buy at a discounted price.
Alex ‘The Scenester’ Baxter checks out the Lambert and Stamp documentary. Yes, the men behind The Who’s initial success.