This is about a time in British culture which was hugely important in terms of music and society – and I plan to do it justice.
Young people were fed up with the greed is good philosophy perpetuated by Thatcher and they wanted to get back to the qualities that make us human.
A love of music, dancing, socialising and caring for our fellow man.
It was a time for rebellion - through music. This was a loud, proud two finger salute to the establishment and one which would capture the attention of the police, the press, governments and ultimately the world.
Our film will portray this time in a realistic, atmospheric, exciting way. The rave scene in 1990 was my era.
I was lucky enough to experience this exciting time in social history. I grew up in East London, up the road from the late, great iconic club the 4 Aces, which housed the legendary Labyrinth raves and went to my first warehouse rave in 1987, when I was 17.
The raves in which I danced, loved and made my closest friends in were stomping parties like those seen at Dungeons, Roller Express, Clink Street and Crowland Road.
The DJs we followed, including Fabio and Grooverider, Ratpack, Ragga Twins, Shut Up And Dance and Slipmatt felt unique to the London scene even though they played all over the place!
And I loved the fact that the music I was listening to in clubs was often made by London artists in their living rooms, while the way we got our information was through the pirate radio stations local to us.
After living this exciting era and becoming a film journalist and a filmmaker, I knew I had to bring audiences back to 1990.