Doc 'n Roll Festival

Doc ‘n Roll Festival

Returning for its 3rd year, London’s Doc ‘n Roll Festival presents the world’s most compelling music stories via a programme of documentary film premieres.

This year’s London Doc‘n Roll Festival features multiple filmmakers Q&As, 4 World premieres, 2 European premieres, 10 UK premieres and 1 London premiere.

Wednesday 2nd – Sunday 13th November 2016

Various times, various locations

2nd November 9pm BFI South Bank
Gregory Porter – Don’t Forget Your Music featuring a Q&A with Mr Porter himself and dir. Alfred George Bailey

4th November 6:30pm Picturehouse Central
Placebo: Alt.Russia with dir. Q&A

5th November 6pm Picturehouse Central
Blackhearts – The documentary with dir. Q&A

5th November 9pm Rich Mix
Northern Disco Lights with dir. Q&A
After Party Junction House from 11pm – 3am

6th November 5:30pm Picturehouse Central
Sad Vacation with dir. Q&A

6th November 5:30pm Picturehouse Central
BANG: The Bert Berns Story with dir. Q&A

7th November 6:30pm Picturehouse Central
The Royal Dutch Tour: Bonnie Prince Billy with dir. Q&A

8th November 8:30pm Picturehouse Central
Cool Cats – a documentary on Ben Webster and Dexter Gordon with dir. Q&A

8th November 8:30pm Hackney Picturehouse
Eat That Question – Frank Zappa in His Own Words plus Q&A

9th November 1pm Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club
Cool Cats – a documentary on Ben Webster and Dexter Gordon with dir. Q&A

9th November 6:30pm PIcturehouse Central
The Colossus Of Destiny – A Melvins Tale with dir. Q&A

10th November 6:30pm Picturehouse Central
Tear the Roof Off: The Untold Story of Parliament Funkadelic

10th November 8:40pm ICA
HR Documentary with dir. Q&A

11th November 6:30pm Picturehouse Central
Lunar Orbit with dir. and Alex Paterson Q&A

12th November 1pm Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club
Bill Evans, Time Remembered with dir. Q&A

12th November 4:30pm Picturehouse Central
MY BUDDHA IS PUNK with dir. Q&A

13th November 5pm PIcturehouse Central
Burn The Place You Hide: The St Thomas Film with dir. Q&A

13th November 6pm Hackney Picturehouse Central
A Long Way To Nowhere – The Parkinsons Story with dir. and band members Q&A

Closing Party MOTH CLUB with The Parkinsons gig from 8pm-11pm

Locations:

Picturehouse Central: 20 - 24 Shaftesbury Ave, Piccadilly, London, W1D 7DH

The ICA: The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH

Hackney Picturehouse: 270 Mare St, London E8 1HE

Rich Mix Cinema: 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA

Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club: 47 Frith St, London W1D 4HT

Moth Club: Old Trades Hall, Valette St, London E9 6NU

The Social: 5 Little Portland St. ,London W1W 7JD

BFI South Bank, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XT

  • BFI South Bank, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XT
  • Picturehouse Central: 20 – 24 Shaftesbury Ave, Piccadilly, W1D 7DH
  • The ICA: The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH
  • Hackney Picturehouse: 270 Mare St, London E8 1HE
  • Rich Mix Cinema: 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6LA
  • Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club: 47 Frith St, London W1D 4HT
  • Moth Club: Old Trades Hall, Valette St, London E9 6NU
  • The Social: 5 Little Portland St, London W1W 7JD

Preview Video:

Our Film Screening:

Elephant Drums – Drum Pass Members

We’re arranging which film(s) we’re going to see, depending on everyone’s preferences and availability.

If you’re a Drum Pass member please let us know which film you are most interested in going to see so we can organise the group tickets to the screening.

As is customary, we’ll head to the pub afterwards and make it an Elephant Drums social event.

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