Doc’n Roll Film Festival celebrates its 10th edition with diverse programme of music films

Doc’n Roll’s 10th Film Festival edition will take UK-wide audiences on a thrilling cinematic and musical journey as it celebrates a remarkable decade of outstanding filmmaking.

Renowned for its unwavering commitment to independent cinema, this milestone edition of the festival promises unforgettable stories and remarkable music, with films about TLC, Judee Sill, Cyndi Lauper, The Zombies, Max Roach, The Elephant 6 Recording Co, Tom De Vit, Pavement; the first-ever authorised film about Nick Cave’s seminal band, The Birthday Party; Aaron Trinder’s tracing the steps of the Free Party Movement  leading up the infamous Castlemorton free festival in 1992 – the largest ever illegal rave;  Rock Chicks – ironically named reflective, rebellious story of women rockers including Kirstin Hersh and Suzi Quatro discussing the sexism of the music industry and more.

This year’s programme of 25 premiere feature films, featuring 50 UK-wide events, represents a wide range of music genres, including rock, punk, rap, folk, dance, black metal, drone metal, bossa nova, jazz, avant garde and more. Viewers will journey around the world from Basel to Brazil, Atlanta to Australia, Seattle to Swansea. Satellite screenings of selected films will take place in Brighton, Bristol, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Hastings, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham and Glasgow, spreading the magic of indie cinema and music across the UK.

The 10th edition of the festival will take place between 26 October – 12 November in London and across various cities in the UK. Tickets on sale via

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