....................and collaborators Jools Holland and Alison Moyet to tell the story of Canvey
Ha Haa! I look forward to Alf's 'input' having spent all of 5 minutes on Canvey during her very brief spell with The Vicars!!
Why not collaborate with some of the locals (born and bred on the Mud) who grew up with the Feelgoods, were inspired by them, worked with them and spent endless hours drinking and partying with them?. Surely that would have had more credence in a film about the band, than a brief 'reminisce' worth tuppence ha'penny from a famous name/face who happened to 'pop-in' on the way through to the 'top the of pops' grand scheme of things?
If Julien Temple didn't have the sense to get in touch for the real story of the Feelgoods then, why not do it yourself or find someone who fancies having a go ? Camcorder, PC video editing suite, storyboard if you think that will help, music might be tricky because of copyright but apart from that, should be doable.
I'm not saying that he hasn't had the sense to get in touch with the right people to get "the real story of the Feelgoods" as you say, only that there maybe one or two people used (for obvious reasons) to try and add some publicity to the project!!