M.J.DIAMOND

DIRECTOR






Dead End Street

Short Film | Fifteen-minutes
Brixton 1987. Jordan Brooks, a young DJ, fights to overcome his social anxiety disorder in London's turbulent pirate radio scene - an environment teeming with male bravado and the constant threat of police interference. 

With research aid and historical consultancy from DJ Fingers, DJ Supreme, Simon Harris and many other prominent individuals from the UK Hip Hop and pirate radio scene, the film intends to contribute to the ongoing conversation about mental health awareness whilst shedding light on a sparsely publisised, albeit important, part of British musical history. 

- Featured images by Markus Ilschner.
            


Comedown

Short Film | Ten-minutes
Summer ’96 – two friends come to terms with the end of their life long friendship during the comedown of their last rave.
- Featured images by Borja Mucientes