A sense of community and diversity is a big thing [about the area] and what community can mean. People’s passion is another thing, and a set of values that you don’t often see on the surface of an area but they seem to be quite embedded in the place. With the threat of redevelopment and these things potentially disappearing then you start to wonder what the place might become. – James Cronin, NME October 12 2015.
A London Film Festival, Official Selection 2015, this feature film follows the band The Maccabees through the recording process of their studio album ‘Marks To Prove It’. The film looks at the area around the music studio where the band practiced and recorded the record. A series of stories of local personalities, businesses and basketball team unfold interspersed with shots of the band’s progress.