it's not where your from, it's where you're at : spike island the film
it's not where your from, it's where you're at : spike island the film

it's not where your from, it's where you're at : spike island the film
it’s not where your from, it’s where you’re at : spike island the film
The new film about the day the Stone Roses played Spike Island by the Stone Roses is to be screened at this year’s London Film Festival.

The coming of age story written by Chris Coghill, who we interviewed recently, is about a group of  young lads who are musicians attempting to get into the iconic Stone Roses  gig

‘Spike Island’ shows on Saurday October 13.

The film, made by director Brett Morgen, will be screened in cinemas in October and then broadcast by BBC2 later in the year.

 

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