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Film Festival - FortyFive Searching for Soul! Manchester 2nd March 2018

Film Festival - FortyFive Searching for Soul! Manchester 2nd March 2018 cover

One of the organisers of the upcoming Manchester Film Festival (which takes place from the 1st to the 4th of March at the Odeon Great Northern Manchester) has been in touch and passed on details of the below.

The renowned festival itself is made up of an 'amazing' line up of films and also has attendance from filmmakers, directors and cast of many of the featured films. All the details and information on the festival can be had via https://www.maniff.com

However, he informs us that one film is showing that may be of specific interest to our readers...
Its titled FortyFive – Searching for Soul! And is a short documentary taking in rare soul 45s

The DJ featured in the documentary will be playing a set at the festival at Odeon Great Northern.

The film is being shown on Friday 2nd March at 20:25hrs.

Trailer follows now

The blurb goes like this

ANTHONY LADESICH | USA | 10 MINUTES | ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Digging through dusty thrift shop bins in search of lost wax and forgotten sounds is not simply a hobby for Johnny Starke. It is his chief obsession and his life’s work.

 FortyFive – Searching for Soul!  Friday 2nd March at 20:25hrs.

More info on the film can be found on the Manchester Film Festival website via  http://www.maniff.com/fortyfive-the-search-for-soul along with further festival details

The Manchester Film Festival 2018 will take place from the 1st-4th March at Odeon Great Northern with an added preview screening at HOME on the 26th February 2018

Reduced price tickets tip... if you use the festival 4 film pass, this can be used as 4 tickets for the same film and is only £17.50 for 4 tickets

http://www.maniff.com/




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Most of the charity shops I visit in the area have all 45's un-sleeved. I firmly believe they throw the sleeves away to make it easier to hang on those stupid pegs they use

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Another film about a "ME" that is not about "MYSELF" ! "I" will be jealous again... Pffff !

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Clearly not a thrift store. No thrift store I know has that many records. There's even bins of LPs visible on the right.

Just a very cruddy record store. Or maybe a pawn shop.

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On 19/02/2018 at 14:49, shufflin said:

look at all them records without sleeves, do some places really store them like that?

This just highlights their lack of knowledge of  a vinyl record and what happens to it if not stored in a sleeve.

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On 2/21/2018 at 08:34, vinylia said:

Clearly not a thrift store. No thrift store I know has that many records. There's even bins of LPs visible on the right.

Just a very cruddy record store. Or maybe a pawn shop.

Joyland Thrift in Topeka, Kansas. Place doesn't exist anymore, but it was one of the oddest shops you'd ever see. This is a pretty common sight in rural USA, but it's almost always rubbish.   

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Thanks for sharing this! Hopefully some of you can come out to Manchester and see our film! I'll be spinning records on Thursday for an afterparty, I'll post the event info when I know more. Those of you interested in seeing the film that can't make it, it should be online after it has it's festival run!

Cheers!

- Johnny

King City Soul Club 

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