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Really? If you read the original post all the info you need is right there:  "The up-to-date official list of Independent cinema's screening Elaine's film can be found here: http://bit.ly/NorthernSoulCinemas"
 
The old adage; "..damned if you do/don't" springs to mind. If this film were fully distributed & plastered all over the main cinemas you can guarantee it would be labelled as a sell out by a certain few. The situation of limited availability is what it is for certain reason which are best left alone, yet in an ironic twist have placed this film into a position which kind of befits an underground youth culture; that of being unavailable to the masses but possible to find if you dig deep enough. 
 

We are fortunate to live in a time where with very little effort it is now possible to join forces & directly lobby our local cinemas to screen a film which fully deserves the support from the scene it documents positively & for posterity. I for one can't wait for my teenage son to finally get a glimpse into the scene which was a big part of my youth & the essence of which is somewhat diluted these days by 'old folk' doing Dad dancing. The fact alone that Elaine & her team invested so much time & effort (over 4 years) into ensuring her young actors & extras got the moves (& the passion) right is testament to how much care has been put into getting this right & I for one can't wait to support it.

 

 

Steve

 

Would it be worth putting the Facebook link in a new thread with a title such as Northern Soul Film - showing here (or whatever) and getting the mods to pin it to the top of the forum.

 

Just a thought - to give the information maximum exposure.

 

I don't think it has been done very well on the main film website. You go to the Home Page, then you have to click on About The Film link. Then there is another link over on the right hand side.

 

I don't claim to be a marketing expert but if it was me I would want that info. big and bold on the Home Page.

 

Just a few random thoughts for a Sunday morning . . . . . . .

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Another thought.

 

For what it would cost why not a banner add on this forum - which could be clickable through to the Facebook page.

 

That's enough from me - DIY to do!!

 

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Steve

 

Would it be worth putting the Facebook link in a new thread with a title such as Northern Soul Film - showing here (or whatever) and getting the mods to pin it to the top of the forum.

 

Just a thought - to give the information maximum exposure.

 

I don't think it has been done very well on the main film website. You go to the Home Page, then you have to click on About The Film link. Then there is another link over on the right hand side.

 

I don't claim to be a marketing expert but if it was me I would want that info. big and bold on the Home Page.

 

Just a few random thoughts for a Sunday morning . . . . . . .

 

Will do, MB  :thumbsup:  

I agree it's all getting a bit protracted over @ the 'official' website & now on the 'official' Facebook group, who have recently posted a new app which doesn't appear to work (yet): https://www.facebook.com/northernsoulthefilm/app_364123627077661

 

It's probably best to get involved over on our Facebook cinema group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/304798186378691/ where you stand a good chance of reaching folk from all over the country in the same boat & where there's more info posted about progress made, on a daily basis.

 

In the meantinme, here's the link to the official list of Independent Cinemas info: http://www.independentcinemaoffice.org.uk/resources/cinemas/default.aspx

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Went to the premier last night (thanks for the invite) - overall I have to say it was EXCELLENT - the dancing very good and not-overly reliant on silly acrobatics and the characters well portrayed and convincingly 'us'.

 

A few minor and rather nuanced criticisms:

 

The music selection was great, some real benchmark 'proper' Northern Soul sounds, though it DID represent a cross section of sounds spun from the early 70s right through to the early 80s rather than the sounds specifically to be heard around the 1974ish? period portrayed (though this is quite understandable I guess as the film will be serving as a musical introduction for many of the people watching it rather than a historical document) - with a couple simply unknown altogether before Wigan was closed.

 

My other mild criticism is that there was a fairly overbearing drug presence - whilst obviously it would be foolish to deny their almost universal existence on the scene (especially in years gone by) - they are in my view of secondary importance in that use of uppers is (and I think it'd be fair to say this for most people) 80% about making it easy to stay awake - and the popping of the 'giant' black and whites and strange green and white capsules whether going out or not portrayed in the film (hey guys get your gear right!) was a bit too in yer face - I for one have almost never touched anything when not going out and find being wrecked with nowhere to go positively irritating.

 

Would have also been nice to have seen more structured portrayal of the weekend life, its fraternity and the 'living for the weekend' cycle - Friday Soul Night/Nighter; Alldayer; Saturday Night Nighter, maybe another alldayer etc... come back to life Tuesday (maybe a soul night Thursday) and start organising the next weekend etc (though I guess for the Rochdale/Bolton/Bury type location local to the epicentre portrayed in the film this was less of an issue than it was for me in the 80s having to travel a gazillion miles to most nighters).

 

Of course the scene is such a massively complex web of different features, sounds, trends and viewpoints (not to mention something that you can only really understand from within) that a dozen films couldn't capture it properly (and CERTAINLY not for someone on the outside looking in) - and so as a lovingly crafted, brave snapshot of the life I have to say it did do EXTREMELY well.
 

 

Dave

 

PS Was great to see everyone - pity me and Pete couldn't stay for the nighter.

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As suggested by MB, here's the 'official' link to a list of cinemas currently scheduled to show the film, Northern Soul: http://bit.ly/NorthernSoulCinemas

 

This list was originally posted on the 18th September so obviously needs updating (I will get in touch with those in charge). There are however, a few comments from Facebook users which list latest additions that have been confirmed via the OurScreen system.

 

I'll be sure to post the latest list on here just as soon as I receive.

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 a new app which doesn't appear to work (yet): https://www.facebook.com/northernsoulthefilm/app_364123627077661

 

 

That's not too clever is it!

 

Hopefully somebody is on the case - big time!

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That link don't work for me...anyone else get on?

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Me neither. Seems to be the same URL that works in the other thread but for some reason not clickable here. I'm sure that Mike could sort it.

 

But the absolutely ideal scenario is that the Facebook info is copied and pasted into the first post on this thread. And then edited every time a new cinema is added.

 

After all the time, effort and money gone into making this film shouldn't be too much to ask. Surely!

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URL sorted. Give it another go now.

MB: I have put in request for updated info, but is Sunday after all. Am sure that will happen tomorrow.

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Thanks Steve. Link now working.

 

Great work from you and the folk who have put this list together and can hopefully keep it updated through the month of October.

 

I'm sure it will be much appreciated.

 

MB

 

P.S. All the better if Mike or one of the mods would mind pinning this to the top of the forum. The film is a major event in the history of Northern Soul so it doesn't seem too much to ask. Pretty please. :D

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:thumbup: Cambridge Artshouse Sat 18/10 2.45pm been confirmed. Just got my email through so chuffed with that. 

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:thumbup: Cambridge Artshouse Sat 18/19 2.45pm been confirmed. Just got my email through so chuffed with that. 

 

Brilliant. Well done, Steve  :thumbsup:

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Anyone know what time it start and ends in Burnley on the 18th?

 

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Sorry fellas, the wife has pointed out a slight error. It should read Sat 18/10 at 2.45pm. I honestly don't know what I'd do without her, she is my lifesaver.

 

 

 

OK, OK, this is the wife  :wink:

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Edinburgh is great get 40 people and get a private screening check out Our screens !

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Thanks Steve. Link now working.

 

Great work from you and the folk who have put this list together and can hopefully keep it updated through the month of October.

 

I'm sure it will be much appreciated.

 

MB

 

P.S. All the better if Mike or one of the mods would mind pinning this to the top of the forum. The film is a major event in the history of Northern Soul so it doesn't seem too much to ask. Pretty please. :D

 

malc and others ,

if want to suggest or comment on site stuff

then its always best if use the support forum rather than tack it on posts, as we don't see every post/thread/suggestion

 

 

on this from a site angle 

I don't think pinning is best suited

pinning is usually used for more static site related type threads/posts

active threads don't usually need pinning as with them being active they are already fairly visible 

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on this from a site angle 

I don't think pinning is best suited

pinning is usually used for more static site related type threads/posts

active threads don't usually need pinning as with them being active they are already fairly visible 

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mike

 

Thanks Mike. I thought it was worth asking. But see your point.

If the thread is fairly busy over the next few weeks it should stay near the top of the forum anyway.

ATB

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I'll wait for it to come on Sky I think...can't get worked up about it

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So, its on for just  one night , on just  one screen in Manchester ? would have thought there would be more interest than that .

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To be honest I couldn't really give a toss about it and or the other stuff,its all bad news to my mind  :(

 

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So, its on for just  one night , on just  one screen in Manchester ? would have thought there would be more interest than that .

 

It's definitely on in Dudley

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It's only a film, people will go and hopefully enjoy along with the popcorn etc.  Theres more important things in life like attending clubs etc. Thats where the real scene is...though i'm looking forward to seeing the film,  many people have put their lives and money into the prodject. I await the DVD.

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:thumbup: Cambridge Artshouse Sat 18/10 2.45pm been confirmed. Just got my email through so chuffed with that. 

Yep I'm at this one. The girls did a good job hounding the cinema into putting it on  :thumbsup:

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:thumbup: Cambridge Artshouse Sat 18/10 2.45pm been confirmed. Just got my email through so chuffed with that.

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Tickets on sale over the next couple of days at The Capitol cinema in Horsham, 24th - 30th October (inclusive). They will be offering one screening a day, in the evenings.
http://www.thecapitolhorsham.com/

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on just one night too at the showcase cinema comlex nr Leeds (a saturday nite) was hoping for a longer run because cant make it that night,..so i bought the pre ordered dvd instead...more outta curiosity than anything

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has it been booted yet........ just saying, i mean, hands up who had an original of 'soul boy'....... okay, hands down you two, now hands up who had a five quid boot......... just saying

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ITS NOT BEING SHOWN AT CAMBRIDGE ARTSHOUSE IVE JUST SPOKEN TODAY WITH AN ADVISOR AT ARTSHOUSE AND NO PLANS AT PRESENT EITHER

A GREAT SHAME ?

Got email from Ourscreen confirming it!! It's at Arts Picturehouse if that's the same place?  :huh:

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To be honest I couldn't really give a toss about it and or the other stuff,its all bad news to my mind  :(

 

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ITS NOT BEING SHOWN AT CAMBRIDGE ARTSHOUSE IVE JUST SPOKEN TODAY WITH AN ADVISOR AT ARTSHOUSE AND NO PLANS AT PRESENT EITHER

A GREAT SHAME ?

Just spoke with someone at the Arts Picturehouse and he's said that as it's being run by Ourscreen they aren't selling tickets for it themselves, you have to buy them via Ourscreen. Probably why you got told it wasn't on when you rang the cinema as it's not on the cinemas list as they aren't selling for it. Ourscreen have taken my cash, and the guy at the cinema said if I've received an email and they've taken my cash it's definitely happening. Just that anyone wanting tickets will need to go through Ourscreen.

 

Phew! :thumbsup:

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On in Chester at Alexanders Theatre (there is no cinema in the city) at 8pm Oct 20th, 75 seats only. Buy via phone call 01244 340005 to reserve your seats for £8.

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Just spoke with someone at the Arts Picturehouse and he's said that as it's being run by Ourscreen they aren't selling tickets for it themselves, you have to buy them via Ourscreen. Probably why you got told it wasn't on when you rang the cinema as it's not on the cinemas list as they aren't selling for it. Ourscreen have taken my cash, and the guy at the cinema said if I've received an email and they've taken my cash it's definitely happening. Just that anyone wanting tickets will need to go through Ourscreen.

 

Phew! :thumbsup:

Steve -

MANY thanks for confirming it is on at Cambridge something quite not right there - but anyway look forward to the showing and St Ives followingin the evening

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The original list of cinemas has just been updated over on the official Facebook page here: http://bit.ly/NorthernSoulCinemas 

It now includes all of the requested OurScreen screenings & the confirmed ones. I'll paste them below but just to say; the Facebook page has links to where you can buy tickets.

 

If you don't see anywhere near you, try getting in touch with ourscreen.com to request they approach your local cinema on your behalf here: https://www.ourscreen.com/contact-us/ 

 

This DOES work & is worth the extra effort to be able to see this film on the big screen & with your mates.

 

 

FROM OCTOBER 17
 
Ambleside, Zeffirellis - 17th-23rd Oct
 
Belfast, Queen's Film Theatre - 17th, 18th & 19th Oct
 
Belper, Ritz - 17th & 18th Oct
 
Birmingham, MAC - 17th, 18th & 19th Oct
 
Blackpool , The Opera House Cinema - 17th, 18th & 19th Oct
 
Bluewater, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Bradford, Pictureville - 17th - 23rd Oct
 
Bridgnorth, Reel - 17th Oct
 
Bristol, Watershed - 17th - 23rd Oct
 
Bristol Cinema de Lux, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Burnley, Reel -  17th, 18th & 19th Oct
 
Bury St Edmunds, Abbeygate - 17th Oct
 
Cardiff, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Cleethorpes, Parkway Cinema - 17th - 23rd Oct
 
Cork, Triskel Arts Centre - 19th - 23rd Oct
 
Coventry, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Derby, QUAD - 17th, 18th & 19th Oct
 
Derby Cinema de Lux, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Dudley, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Dublin, IFI - 17th - 23rd Oct
 
Edinburgh, Cameo - 17th - 23rd Oct
 
Glasgow, Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT) - 22nd & 23rd Oct
 
Glasgow, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Greenock, Waterfront Cinema - 17th - 23rd Oct
 
Hebden Bridge, Picture House - 22nd & 23rd Oct
 
Hull, Reel - 17th, 18th & 19th
 
Lancaster, The Dukes - 19th & 20th Oct
 
Leeds, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Leicester, Phoenix - 20th - 23rd Oct
 
Leicester Cinema de Lux , Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Liverpool, Picturehouse at FACT - 19th - 24th Oct - Confirmed Booking
 
London, ArtHouse Crouch End - 19th Oct
 
London, Curzon Victoria - 17th & 18th Oct -Book Now
 
London, Notting Hill Gate - 17th -Book Now
 
London, Rio Cinema Dalston - 18th Oct
 
London, Screen on the Green Islington - 17th & 18th Oct
 
Lowestoft, Marina Theatre - 18th Oct
 
Manchester, Cornerhouse - 17th Oct
 
Manchester, AMC - 17th - 21st Oct
 
Morecombe, Reel - 17th, 18th & 19th Oct
 
New Brighton, Light Cinemas - 17th - 24th Oct
 
Newcastle, Tyneside - 17th - 24th Oct
 
Norwich, CinemaCity - 17th & 22nd Oct
 
Nottingham, Broadway - 17th, 18th & 19th Oct
 
Nottingham, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Oswestry, Kinokulture - 17th Oct
 
Paisley, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Peterborough, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Reading, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Sheffield, Showroom - 17th - 23rd Oct
 
Shrewsbury, The Old Market Hall - 17th - 23rd Oct
 
Stafford, Curzon Cinema - 17th - 23rd Oct
 
Stockport, Plaza - 22nd Oct 
 
Stockton -Teeside, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Walsall, Showcase - 18th Oct
 
Wigan, Empire - 17th - 23rd Oct
 
Wimbledon, HMV Curzon - 17th -23rd Oct
 
Wolverhampton, Light House - 17th - 23rd Oct
 
York, Reel - 17th, 18th & 19th Oct 
 
 
FROM OCTOBER 24
 
Croyde, Croyde Town Hall - 25th Oct
 
Holmfirth, Picturedrome - 26th Oct
 
Ipswich, Ipswich Film Theatre - 24th, 25th, 28th, 29th & 30th Oct
 
Kendal, Brewery - 24th Oct 
 
London, W Hotel Wardour Street - 28th Oct
 
Portsmouth, Royal Docks - 25th Oct
 
 
November
 
Canterbury, Gulbenkian - 24th Nov
 
Cardiff, Chapter - 16th & 17th Nov
 
Carlisle, Tullie House Museum - 14th Nov
 
Fishguard, Theatr Gwaun - 16th - 19th Nov
 
Gainsborough, Trinity Arts Centre - 21st Nov
 
Haverhill, Haverhill Arts Centre - 24th Nov
 
Pwllheli, Neuadd Dwyfor - 24th Nov
 
Stamford, Stamford Arts Centre - 17th & 19th Nov
 
Stoke, Stoke Film Theatre - 28th & 29th Nov
 
Uckfield, Picture House - 14th Nov
 
 
December
 
Tewkesbury, Roses Theatre - 20th Dec
 
 
 
OURSCREEN.COM 
 
The below OurScreen screenings are not all yet confirmed but will take place if enough people pledge to attend, book your tickets now:
 
Brighton, Duke's at Komedia - 18th Oct
 
Brighton, Duke's at Komedia - 23rd Oct
 
Brighton, Duke's at Komedia - 30th Oct
 
Brighton, Duke of York's - 19th Oct - Confirmed Booking
 
Brighton, Duke of York's - 20th Oct
 
Cambridge, Arts Picturehouse - 18th Oct - Confirmed Booking
 
Edinburgh, Camero - 17th Oct - SOLD OUT
 
Edinburgh, Camero - 18th Oct - SOLD OUT
 
Edinburgh, Camero - 20th Oct - SOLD OUT
 
Henley-on-Thames, Regal - 9th Nov - SOLD OUT
 
Liverpool, Picturehouse at FACT - 17th Oct
 
Liverpool, Picturehouse at FACT - 18th Oct
 
London, Hackney Picturehouse - 18th Oct 
 
London, Hackney Picturehouse - 20th Oct - Confirmed Booking
 
London, Notting Hill Gate - 17th Oct
 
London, Stratford East Picturehouse - 17th Oct
 
London, Greenwich Pictrehouse - 17th Oct - Confirmed Booking
 
Oxford, Phoenix - 26th Oct
 
Oxford, Phoenix - 9th Nov
 
Southampton, Harbour Lights - 18th Nov
 
Stratford On Avon, Picturehouse - 17th Oct
 
York, City Screen - 17th Oct

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have just merged both of the 'film  showing' threads as both now very similar

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Okay, thanks Mike.

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Good shout to sell out the Cameo, Edinburgh (not Camero) 3 nights on the trot! 300ish seats sold for 3 nights. :thumbsup:

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It is very surprising to me having grown up in that area, that Gloucester and Cheltenham havent any screenings listed.

Two areas I think are bathed deep in the Northern Soul movement. Bristol, Cardiff or Brum seem to be the closest alternatives.

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It is very surprising to me having grown up in that area, that Gloucester and Cheltenham havent any screenings listed.

Two areas I think are bathed deep in the Northern Soul movement. Bristol, Cardiff or Brum seem to be the closest alternatives.

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I believe it is showing in Tewkesbury (Roses Theatre) 20th December.In fact it definitely is screening there, as I've just booked tickets!

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Oxford Phoenix was listed on the OurScreen cinemas which will show the film if enough people sign up. Hopefully it'll hit the necessary number over the next few days.

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For anyone interested in getting tickets for the showing at Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge on 18/10 2.45pm see below. Email rec'd today from Ourscreen....

 

Hi Steve,
 
Thanks for getting in touch.
 
Northern Soul is definitely being shown at Arts Picturehouse on Oct 18th.
 
You can book tickets here: https://www.ourscreen.com/screening/37344
 
All the best,

Philippine Mignot

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The Cinema list over on Facebook appears to be getting updated daily now & as it includes links to where to buy tickets. The link again is: https://www.facebook.com/notes/northern-soul-the-film/cinemas-showing-northern-soul/706097146133178

 

For anyone on the South East coast, The Dome cinema in Worthing, West Sussex confirmed yesterday that it will now be showing the film & tickets are available directly from their online box office: http://www.domecinema.co.uk/films-out-now/

 

Friday 17th @22:00 is on the main screen (screen 1) & the other 2 dates are upstairs on screen 2.

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I previously posted that I had managed to get the film to Dumfries on Saturday December 6th, the same day that an all-dayer is taking place at the Venue nightclub, featuring Solutions.

Tickets can now be booked for the film which will be shown at the Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre (01387 263094 - www.rbcft.co.uk) prior to the all-dayer. There will be two showings, the first starting at 1.30pm.

The Film Theatre is an excellent, intimate venue, good sound and comfortable seating. However, its capacity is only 69, so if you are coming to the town for the all-dayer, or simply plan to come just for the film, I would advise you to book it now. 

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Sone also have a vested interest in carping from the sidelines it seems.

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Sone also have a vested interest in carping from the sidelines it seems.

I have no involvement in the organising or running of the all-dayer. The Film Theatre showed 'Soul Boy' when it came out, so I contacted them to see if they would show 'Northern Soul'. They came back and said yes, but it would not be until December. I spoke to the organiser of the all-dayer, explaining the situation and he was happy for the two events to run on the same day. It was all about getting the film shown in Dumfries, nothing more.

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The Prince Charles Cinema, just off Leicester Square in London has just agreed to schedule 7 screenings of Northern Soul!

On Friday, October 17th there will be one especially scheduled for 21:00 to serve as as a warm-up for the 100 CLUB PARTY which Ady & Elaine are hosting to celebrate the film's official release. The Screen on the Green in Islington will be doing the same - so you'll have the choice of two that night!

Here's the complete listing for The Prince Charles & links to buy tickets: http://www.princecharlescinema.com/events/events.php?seasonanchor=northernsoul

 

 

And here's the flyer for the after party: 

 

 

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What's happening with the rest of the world ?

 

 

Are they adopting a wait and see approach as to how well (or not) the film does in the UK before deciding what to do with oveseas markets ?

After lobbying over here we've got a  leading independent cinema in Stockholm wanting to screen the film, just waiting to hear back from the distributors now.. :thumbsup:

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After lobbying over here we've got a  leading independent cinema in Stockholm wanting to screen the film, just waiting to hear back from the distributors now.. :thumbsup:

 

How cool is that :thumbsup:  Well done.

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Now that is going to be the party of the year.

 

 

 

The Prince Charles Cinema, just off Leicester Square in London has just agreed to schedule 7 screenings of Northern Soul!

On Friday, October 17th there will be one especially scheduled for 21:00 to serve as as a warm-up for the 100 CLUB PARTY which Ady & Elaine are hosting to celebrate the film's official release. The Screen on the Green in Islington will be doing the same - so you'll have the choice of two that night!

Here's the complete listing for The Prince Charles & links to buy tickets: http://www.princecharlescinema.com/events/events.php?seasonanchor=northernsoul

 

 

And here's the flyer for the after party: 

 

 

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