Where Were You When It Was Shit

a film about a turbulent period in Liverpool that linked the old city to the modern one we know today. Focusing on 1982-2003 the work utilises found footage that has documented charged social moments, including the ‘Scabsout’ movement (dockers strike), the role of ecstacy in the enlightenment of an entire generation, the demolition of large parts of the city to make way for developments leading to the capital of culture and the role of Granada TV as the main source of information for the North West region.

In Progress
Video with sound