Grammy winning jazz vocals, Orb-riginal beats, hard rockin’ DIY action, cosmic disco’s northern origins, a moving elegy for a Southern songsmith, and a bunch of kunst from Nottingham: Doc’n Roll Film Festival returns to Liverpool for an exclusive season of unique music documentaries from March 31st – 2nd April.
Featuring an all premiere selection of six music documentaries on subjects including Sleaford Mods, The Orb, The Melvins, Gregory Porter, Norwegian House, and Sparklehorse, plus Q&As with the directors.
Serving up guts and glory, triumphs and tribulations, the highs and lows of the creative process and the unforgettable personalities behind the songs, Doc’n Roll Film Festival presents these films as they were meant to be seen and heard: on the big screen, LOUD – and in Picturehouse FACT this spring.
Doc’n Roll Films Ltd., set up in 2013, is a music documentary production, distribution and exhibition company, unique within the UK. Projects include Doc’n Roll Film Festival, the UK’s annual music documentary festival, as well as one-off London premieres, curated seasons, and a UK regional touring programme in Brighton, Liverpool, Hull and Manchester.
They are passionate about independent film and music across all genres, and celebrate music subcultures by providing a platform to support their cinematic expressions. They provide their audience with the opportunity to watch these films as they were designed to be watched – LOUD.
They launched Doc’n Roll Film Fest in 2014, to finally show some love to the under-the-radar music films that have been largely ignored by risk-averse film programmers. Post-screening Q&As, DJ sets and live music themed on the films add to the overall cinematic experience.
Tickets on sale now via the Doc’n Roll FF website