Want to be an extra in a New British Movie about Raving?

Momentum pictures are currently filming a new movie based around the Acid House explosion which took Britain by storm in the late 80’s / Early 90’s and are looking for extras to take part in the rave scenes.

It’s 1990 and the rave scene has arrived from Ibiza. Warehouse parties are exploding across the UK, bringing phenomenal wealth to the promoters.

In Manchester, best mates Matt and Dylan are in their early 20’s and long to be more than just punters. As the government moves to outlaw the scene, it’s now or never for our would-be promoters and they know exactly how it should be done.
But as their success continues to grow they begin to attract the dark and sinister attention of the Manchester gangs, forcing Matt and Dylan to question their dreams and their once solid friendship.

WEEKENDER stars three of the hottest young talents in the UK.

Jack O’Connell (SKINS, EDEN LAKE)
Henry Lloyd-Hughes (THE INBETWEENERS)
Emily Barclay (IN MY FATHER’S DEN, SUBURBAN MAYHEM)

This saturday is the last day for filming so if you want to take part in a piece of history and what’s sure to be an iconic film for the rave generation get yourselves down to the Warehouse on Warburton Street, Hackney, London E8 3RT (Map Link, entrance on Sidworth Street), just to the east of London Fields. Food will be supplied as well as free drinks from Red Bull and Kopparberg Cider and everyone attending will be invited to an exclusive preview of the film prior to it’s UK release.  As it’s set in 1990 it’s important that what you wear reflects the period. For further details and a list of suitable 90’s attire click here. There’s no need to register, just come along and bring your mates!

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