Last Saturday was International Record Store Day, and to coincide with the celebrations we proudly announced that on May 24th we will be screening Jeanie Finlay’s Sound It Out at Armley Mills’ Palace Picturehouse.
The film chronicles the day-to-day running of Sound It Out, the last remaining independent record store in Teesside, and showcases the stories of the shop’s shop’s staff and the most dedicated patrons, who recant tales of their love affair with music. Watch the trailer below.
This charming documentary is the embodiment of Minicine’s ethos and was a hit at last year’s Leeds International Film Festival. Click here to see what our director Mike had to say about it when he saw it at last year’s British Federation of Film Societies’ annual conference.
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This screening will be at our usual home at the lovely Palace Picturehouse in Armley Mills. For more info on the venue and how to get there, see the website.