Self-Conscious Over You

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Details

Location

Belfast, Ulster Hall

Year

1980

Source

Format

16mm

colour

Length

39min 36sec

Silent

sound

Courtesy

British Film Institute, John T. Davis

Rights Holder

John T. Davis

Description

Witness The Outcasts at their incendiary best in this thrilling concert film from John T. Davis.

Organised by Terri Hooley's Good Vibration Records, this legendary gig found almost 1800 people cramming into The Ulster Hall to see local band The Outcasts. The events depicted here were later immortalised in the 2013 film Good Vibrations.

 

Notes

The final part of documentary filmmaker John T. Davis 'punk trilogy' – preceded by Shellshock Rock (1979) and Protex Hurrah (1980). These films sought to portray the leading figures of Ulster’s underground punk scene of the late-1970s and early 1980s.

Credits

Sponsored by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland

Directed by John T. Davis

Music and performance by The Outcasts - Greg Cowan, Colin Getgood, Martin Cowan, Colin Cowan

DOP: David Barker

Edited by John T. Davis

Camera Assistant: Gary Carvill

Post-production Supervisor: Greta Milla

Digitised as part of Unlocking Film Heritage

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