Elaine Constantine’s ‘Northern Soul’ film looks like it’s going to be one of the youth culture films of the year. Brilliantly observed and full of gritty reality it’s a fantastic document of time that could only be made by someone who was deeply into the scene.
Elaine is a top Manchester photographer whose eye for a great shot combined with her determination to make an accurate depiction of a real northern culture was bound to make this film a classic.
Watch the trailer below and check the Northern Soul film website for release details.
This is a story of a youth culture that changed a generation and influenced songwriters, producers, DJs and designers for decades to come.
This is the story of Northern Soul.
Award-winning director Elaine Constantine has recently completed filming her first feature-length film ‘Northern Soul’, with an intended cinematic release in Spring / Summer 2013.
The film tells the tale of two Northern boys whose worlds are changed forever when they discover black American soul music.
Northern Soul was phenomenally popular with British youths in the 1970s, taking the North of the country by storm. Northern Soul the film intends to appeal to those generations of fans while attracting a modern audience who can relate to youth culture from another era. If you were there, you’ll know. If you weren’t there, you’ll wish you had been.