Lost in France
- 1h 42min
- Directed by: Niall McCann
- UK release: 17 February 2017
Documentary about a festival of Scottish indie bands staged in Mauron, France in 1997, and a 2015 multi-band trip to the same place. The many affable talking heads and fine music make for a hearty blast of indie nostalgia, but in noting today’s declining support network for young outsider musicians, it’s a reminder of what music may have lost.
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Lost in France13 Feb 2017
Director Niall McCann helms a fittingly rumbustious tribute to Glasgow's 90s indie scene
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