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Snub TV

UK, 1987 (MIFF 1988)

Director: Brenda Kelly, Peter Fowler

An alternative MTV music magazine produced in London for a US cable network (!) Snub TV features interviews with musicians, indy record company reps, D.J.s, record producers etc. and clips you won't see elsewhere, from the likes or "Leather Nun", "Swans", "The Wedding Present", “Tackhead" and more, with low-tech hi-cred linking footage Melbourne born Brenda Kelly is the presenter and co-producer.

Excerpts from Snub TV will screen preceding The Last of England (Fri 17th) and in the International Video Programme (Thurs 23)

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