Viewers have been offered a ‘rare opportunity’ to stream Northern Ireland feel-good film, Good Vibrations, for the next 30 days on BBC iPlayer.
The film, which documents the life of record shop owner Terri Hooley (played by Lisburn man Richard Dormer), was released in 2013 to widespread acclaim from audiences and critics.
It also tells the wider story of how punk music became a unifying force during the darkest days of the Troubles, bringing different communities together and helping to shine international attention on bands like The Undertones and The Outkasts.
The film was shown on BBC One NI on Sunday, May 24, but for those who missed it, the film’s co-director Glenn Layburn has said that it will be on iPlayer for the next 30 days.
Writing on Instagram, he said: “We loved making GV, if you haven’t seen it it’s a rare opportunity to stream it. One love.”
Following its release back in 2013, Good Vibrations went on to receive acclaim outside of Northern Ireland. The film’s writers, Colin Carberry and Glenn Patterson, earned a BAFTA nomination for Best Screenplay.
The story was then adapted for stage, and was performed to sell out crowds at the Lyric Theatre.
Good Vibrations will be available on BBC iPlayer until June 24.