They seem to have a screening on the 30th of May and they are projecting a post screening Q&A from the somewhere else (via satelite).... but where is the live Q&A being held.. and is it the premiere? You would have to guess the premiere will be in London, but then wouldn't Manchester be more fitting?
Actually, I just used my brain a bit, and this probably means that the premiere is a few days before this? I'm not sure.
Edith Bowman announced on Twitter earlier that she will be hosting the Q&A event at the Made of Stone premiere! A good choice I say... she's been a Meadows fan for a long time now and she'll definitely help steer the event away from being a dry old affair.
Just had a quick check on the BBFC website and it doesn't look like they've classified it yet. All they have listed on the site is the trailer which was classified as a U cert. I guess the main deciding factor will be how much swearing is in the finished film.
Ah Thank you, fingers crossed not too many f words then or I may have to smuggle him in! ;0)
It's a 15.... Sorry to break the bad news. The BBFC rated it yesterday. 15 for strong language.
Gutted! Lewie's was devasted when he got home from school yesterday and his dad told him he would be able to go and see the film. It's such a shame it would of been great to take him with us and Lewie to see his face on the big screen!
On the upside by the time I got in form work Lewie had set up a facebook page - Justice - For Lewie! lol! He has over 75 likes now!
Post by thegooddoctor on May 30, 2013 23:21:24 GMT
Well, that was pretty fucking wonderful wasn't it? Not really a film about a pop group; just another perfectly observed slice of life. Majors laughs in the screening I attended too. Great use of close-up of faces throughout, some practically Leone-esque.
I admit I was worried this film might have a bit of poo in its pants. It didn't.
Well, that was pretty fucking wonderful wasn't it?
Couldn't have put it better Absolutely loved it..There was laughing and clapping in the cinema I watched it in!
I don't really get those (few, to be fair) reviewers who are bemoaning the fact that Shane didn't poke and prod at the wound..Why? People can read between the lines on that kind of stuff can't they? And I really didn't want some NME type 'serious' dissection either. Thought it was warm and celebratory and quite beautiful really....a film that I think Stone Roses fans wil not only enjoy, but sort of feel they own, if that makes sense.
Not going to say much about it as a film. Going to watch it again next week when it's on general release. Just to say, when I heard about the big budget and 100s of cameras..and cinematographers and so on, I was still excited to see it, but was wondering whether this was really going to look and feel like a Shane Meadows Film. If anybody reading this has had the same thoughts and hasn't seen it yet-you've got nothing to worry about
PS. Mick Jones being interviewed on the red carpet was another little highlight for me too