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"HERE TO BE HEARD: The Story of The Slits" tells the story of the band and the lives of the women involved, from the band's inception in 1976 to the bands end in 2010 at the death of lead vocalist Ari Up.
So far we've filmed with Tessa Pollitt (SLITS Bass Player), Paloma Romero AKA "Palmolive" (SLITS Founder/First Drummer), Viv Albertine (SLITS Guitarist and author of Clothes, Clothes, Clothes, Music, Music, Music, Boys, Boys, Boys), Bruce Smith (SLITS/PiL/The Pop Group), Hollie Cook (SLITS Vocalist/Keyboards/Percussion and Solo Artist), Vivien Goldman (NYU's Punk Professor), Don Letts (Former SLITS Manager/Punk Documentarian), Dennis Bovell (Producer of The SLITS album CUT), Adrian Sherwood (Producer/Long time friend and collaborator of the band), Paul Cook (Sex Pistols), Kate Korus (SLITS/Mo-Dettes), Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Allison Wolfe (Bratmobile/Partyline), Gina Birch (The Raincoats), Budgie (SLITS/Siouxie and the Banshees), and many others.
We've also collected previously unseen footage of the band, as well as photographs, newspaper clippings, and recordings.
HTBH is nearing the end of post production soon and will exhibit in 2017.