A selection of Film clips featuring or made on the Isle of Wight. as a way of celebrating and promoting the Isle of Wight as a Location and Production site for Film and Video makers (if you know more film clips that should be here, let us know)
‘’Saucy Seaside Rock Fort’ Rough Video draft of Alternative ACT 1 'Saucy Seaside Rock Fort - Clarence by the sea ' Musical. The UK and its premier port Portsmouth is under potential attack. Meanwhile a wedding celebration in Southsea (next to Portsmouth) turns into a marriage proposal leading to a perilous sea journey to a Rock fort where there is a Seventies saucy party going on..... This is the 'all audiences' version. There is also an 'Adult only' version coming soon. 5 Acts have been completed and rough drafts are on Vimeo.com (search ‘BB Bango’) another 2 to go. If any interest may try to stage it. New EspadaRolls Saucy Seaside Rock Musical - 'Saucy Seaside Rock Fort'. The story starts at Southsea, Southern England. Our two heroes Jimmy and (sweet) Jane are at a gay wedding. Deciding to get married they go by boat to the Isle of Wight 7 miles away by sea. But fog comes down. Lost they hit one of the old sea forts. The door of the sea fort opens - to a Seventies ‘Benny Hill, Carry on, Dick Emery’ Saucy Party. With lots of naughtiness in the various fort rooms the party affects our main characters....in a good way? Over 20 original songs and innuendoes using original clips from Seventies comedy shows. Video file is regularly changed as newer drafts are made.
Bruce Springsteen, Primal Scream, Pearl Jam, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Madness, Usher and many more
Bob Dylan at the Isle of Wight Festival 1969 (Home movies)
Bob Dylan at Isle of Wight Festival
Bestival 2015 Highlights
Isle of Wight Festival 2014 Highlights
Fleetwood Mac Isle of Wight Festival 2015
Bestival 2014 The After Movie
Bestival 2013 Praise You FatBoy Slim
The part of FatBoy Slim's Bestival Birthday Bash set at Bestival 2013 in which Resonate sang an arrangement by director Hannah Brear, of Praise You. Resonate were backed by members of the Medina Community Choir and RobdaBank was playing piano.