Good Vibrations Nominated for BAFTA

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Northern Irish film which tells the story of the 1970’s Belfast Punk scene, Good Vibrations, has been nominated for a BAFTA.

The film’s writers, Colin Carberry and Glenn Patterson, are up for ‘Outstanding Debut By A British Writer, Director or Producer’.

Good Vibrations chronicles the life and times of Terri Hooley, following him as he opens a record store against the backdrop of the Troubles in Belfast.

The awards ceremony will take place on Sunday, 16th February at the Royal Opera House, London and will be hosted by actor and comedian Stephen Fry.

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