Co-directors Glenn Leyburn and Lisa Barros D’Sa’s second feature Good Vibrations tells the true life story of Terri Hooley Ulster’s Godfather of Punk, who provided a musical alternative to the fracturing violence of Northern Ireland’s Troubles. We caught up with Leyburn and Barros D’Sa at the London Film Festival to discuss how the pair captured Belfast and the period as refracted through Hooley’s eye.
Good Vibrations (2012)
A chronicle of Terri Hooley’s life, a record-store owner instrumental in developing Belfast’s punk-rock scene.
I think the style always has to be or should be born of the subject matter, the themes, the character.