GOD SAVE THE QUEEN
‘IT’S EVERY LITTLE GIRLS DREAM TO BECOME FAMOUS’
Jodie Rainford, God Save The Queen
These are the words of Jodie, a twenty one year old waitress from a small town in the North of England of population 18,000. She then continues ‘But you have to look a certain way…. sex sells everything’.
Jodie stars in GOD SAVE THE QUEEN the all female cast documentary feature film by former music video director Nick Donnelly; an uncensored no holds barred look at the correlation between sexuality and the music industry whilst highlighting women around England who have worked decades in the music industry and have fought to sustain a career not judged by their appearances.
These women include Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Motown legend Martha Reeves (Heatwave, Dancing In The Street, Nowhere to Run), Platinum Songwriter (Beyonce – Freedom, Runnin) Carla-Marie Williams, Former Music TV station manager Cat Park, music video model La Bella, soul singer Wreh-asha and more as one of the biggest workplace prejudices of our generation is finally revealed by those involved.
Motown legend Martha Reeves
Music video model La Bella from Birmingham, England.
From a population of 18,000 in Colne.
Soul singer from Nottingham.
Songwriter of Beyonce ‘Freedom’
Former TV Station