Current Film Project - DUDE! WHERE’S MY MUSIC?
Imagine Slumdog Millionaire meets Anvil: The Story of Anvil at a Wayne’s World Party with Michael Moore’s Bowling for Columbine
Slumdog Millionaire I’m from a country where the annual murder rate is 400 and I’ve seen 9 people killed in front of me before I was 15
I’m from and why music means so much to me
Anvil because at the end of the day I’m just a diehard rocker and a fan
Wayne’s World – because I’d like sections of the film interspaced with
very short comedic sketches to lighten the load
Michael Moore because of the investigative nature where
I pose the question to industry professionals, bands and fans.
Part of My Film also honours Sophie Lancaster who was a victim of a Goth Bashing attack that resulted in her passing.
“The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side” – Hunter S. Thompson
My Film questions why despite its millions of passionate and loyal fans
is real music always an afterthought by industry professionals?
Where have all the good tunes gone? Why is mainstream music now so tepid? Where’s the new raw power, fire, passion and talent?
Where is the Next Generation of Stadium Fillers & Musical Revolutionaries going to come From?
I aim to create a dialogue with the labels, the bands and the fans.Guitar based Rock dominated the airwaves from its inception in the 50’s to the mid 90’s.
What went wrong?
Is it really just down to downloading or is conservative corporatisation killing music?
So am I right or am I just an impassioned fan who’s lost the plot?
The solution to any problem begins with open dialogue.
All done with love, care, attention and enthusiasm with the occasional wry And Silly Subversive injections of black humour.