The Stone Roses: Made of Stone
With unprecedented access, acclaimed filmmaker Shane Meadows celebrates the return of one of the most revered and influential bands in British music history.
Making of: Warrington Parr Hall
Stills: Behind the scenes
Deleted scene: Rehearsal venue
I think the Roses, like any great working-class band, give you that feeling that you can do it yourself, whether it be music or film or ...
Interview: Time Out
Stills: Scene shots
Interview: Director & producer
This is the one time in my life I’ll ever use a helicopter and they won’t let me
Interview: Q Magazine
When you meet your heroes that young part of you comes out
Interview: Shane Meadows
In its sheer warmth, energy and sense of purpose, this film could be Meadows' best so far
Meadows is on tenterhooks throughout, terrified the band won’t make it to the finishing post... The best, most immersive concert film since Jazz On A Summer’s Day
Made of Stone is a faithful, fan's-eye account of the band's return that also serves as a good primer in their music and their massive influence for the uninitiated
This is a film made by a fan, for the fans. Made of Stone is breathtaking cinema...
Grown men will cry
An incredible film
It's about The Stone Roses, but it's also about so much more
Little White Lies
The Hollywood Reporter
Revealing, funny and moving
There is no doubt that Mr. Brown's intensity has not faded over the years and that the Stone Roses' breakup was a serious loss
New York Times
Meadows' loving report on a 'live resurrection' is indeed alive and passionate
Evocative and passionate
A music treat for lovers of the band and anyone interested in contemporary music
Blends concert footage, archive material, vox pops and fly-on-the-wall camerawork to winning effect, whether you're a die-hard fan of the band or a relative newcomer
Savour the archive footage, concert scenes and celebration of their devoted fans...
Made of Stone is packed wall-to-wall with performance footage past and present. The reunited band proves to be quite muscular, and the tunes have lost none of their lustre
The filmmaker has ultimately created something different - a heartfelt tribute to one of Britain's most important bands, as seen through the eyes of its fans
Nominated: Best Documentary
British Independent Film Awards
Sydney Film Festival
Kaunas International Film Festival
International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam
Cinema City International Film Festival
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
Calgary International Film Festival
|Cast||Ian Brown, Alan 'Reni' Wren , Gary 'Mani' Mounfield, Shane Meadows , Liam Gallagher|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
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