Interview with Dave McLean, writer and director of Schemers, a feature film about the very beginnings of his career whilst growing up in Dundee, Scotland before becoming a music promoter and manager to some of the world’s most famous bands including Nirvana, the Foo Fighters and Placebo. Available on DVD and digital downloads from 25th January 2021. TellContinue reading “Dave McLean – Schemers Writer / Director”
Having its UK premiere on 28th October at this year’s Raindance Film Festival where it’s been officially nominated for the Best Music Documentary, Topowa is an uplifting story following the Brass For African band from the slum villages of Katwe in Uganda as they embark on a journey to fulfil their unimaginable dreams of travellingContinue reading “Topowa! Never Give Up”
Opening Friday 23rd October at Everyman cinemas for a very limited period only this is an opportunity to see this feature length documentary about the famous London Jazz Club and the man behind it with rare performances and unseen footage. Book tickets at one of the exclusive Everyman cinemas who are redefining the cinema experience. Ronnie’sContinue reading “Ronnie’s”
Schemers is an autobiographical account of UK music industry promoter Dave Mclean’s rise from the working class streets of Dundee promoting up and coming bands (including Scottish band Simple Minds) culminating in the Iron Maiden concert in 1980. These gigs were all organised by ‘Davie’ and his pals, as the young likely lads growing upContinue reading “Schemers (review)”
Released in UK Cinemas from 25th September, Schemers is based on the real life events surrounding heavy metal band, Iron Maiden’s concert in Dundee, Scotland in 1979/1980; telling the true story of a likely entrepreneurial youth and his pals who get caught up in the murky world of music promotion.
For one night only on 13th August, at selected cinemas around the UK, a chance to see Elvis on the big screen one more time in this acclaimed music documentary following his Las Vegas Summer residency 50 years ago. A fantastic opportunity to see Elvis on the big screen in all his glory as he takesContinue reading “Elvis: That’s the Way It Is (1970)”