By winstanwhitter, 30-Dec-2011 13:00:00
I went along last night. That's a seriously good piece of work you've
got there, inspirational even and if anything deserves a wider audience,
that does. Hopefully you'll continue to screen it and eventually
something will happen - I also think in a better climate you'd be well
on the way. The guy at the Q&A who said that you would do well on
"Storyville" is bang on the money - that could be your best bet for TV.
By winstanwhitter, 30-Dec-2011 12:59:00
I have actually seen the film twice (Cafe Otto and Leswin Place) and
found it very interesting even though I never actually went to the club
myself as I came to live in London just after it closed.
By winstanwhitter, 30-Dec-2011 12:58:00
I use to venture to Four Aces in the late 80's for
Labrytnth, I caught your very moving, enjoyable and great documentary at
By winstanwhitter, 30-Dec-2011 12:57:00
I attended your film event ‘Roots and Shoots’ about the Four Aces
Club, at the BFI on the 28th November, I really enjoyed it.
By winstanwhitter, 30-Dec-2011 12:50:00
Firstly, I just want to congratulate you on such a
magnificent portrayal of The Four Aces and all those who had the honour of
playing there. I came to watch the first screening at the V&A a few
weeks ago, I loved it. My main interest in the club was when it was
occupied by Labrynth but to find out about the musical history of the club
was really fascinating. I frequented most Friday and Saturday nights from
early 1992 - 1994. I never actually went back to the club after late
'94. After the scene split in '93 I followed the Jungle route and if I
remember rightly they used to do a lot of Happy hardcore nights there and
it lost its appeal for me. Over the next few years I went to many
different clubs in London that played Jungle/Drumo)
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