How do you fancy funding a movie about Steve Marriott? You can do just that if you invest in Midnight Of My Life.
Have you read the book Adrift In Soho? You really should, especially if you are a fan of Absolute Beginners, as it carries a very similar vibe (and covers a similar time period. If not, there’s a film on the way.
Well, the wait is over and the Northern Soul film is almost ready to hit the big screens nationwide. Is it any good? The Scenester has been lucky enough to attend an early screening of the much-anticipated movie. Here are his thoughts…
Well, everything else is already available to order, including the book and the soundtrack on CD and 45 vinyl box set. So really it’s perhaps no surprise to see Elaine Constantine’s Northern Soul movie offered on pre-order to own too.
Right now, there’s a Return of the Rudeboy exhibition taking place at Somerset House and alongside it, a number of mini events. A screening of The Harder They Come is just one of them.
A lot to get in, but perhaps best to keep everything about For The Love Of Mod in one place.
First heard about this documentary on Paul Gorman’s blog back in February, but nothing since. However, browsing the new listings for the BFI, spotted a world premiere for Dexys – Nowhere Is Home in May.
Been looking forward to seeing this for some time, but so far we just have the trailer for the autobiographical James Brown movie Get On Up.