Portrait #5: Doc’N Roll
Introducing another one of the founding members of the network : Doc’n Roll Film Festival, UK’s Music Doc Fest. Created in 2013, the festival celebrates music subcultures by providing a unique platform to support the wealth of creative, compelling, and unforgettable documentaries that celebrate the performers, labels, scenes, and stories. They screen 35 features and 10 shorts each year in London but they also offer a selection of 12 features + 10 shorts in their regional city branches (Manchester, Bristol, Brighton, Sheffield, Glasgow, Edinburgh…).
➔ Next London edition : from Oct. 28th to Nov.14th 2021
▷▷ One of Doc’n Roll’s favourite music films/documentaries of all time ?
“ Where You’re Meant To Be by Paul Fegan.”
▷▷ One of the most memorable screenings organized by Doc’n Roll?
“The World Premiere of Gregory Porter Don’t Forget Your Music by Alfred George Bailey at BFI South Bank.”
▷▷ The music film/doc the Doc’n Roll team would love to see being made ?
“A music doc about Marvin Gaye.”
▷▷ One music film/doc that didn’t get as much praise as it should have according to the Doc n’Roll’s team ?
“RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World by Catherine Bainbridge and Alfonso Maiorana.”
▷▷ A music film/doc of your country you really enjoyed lately.
“Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records by Nicolas Jack Davies.”
▷▷ In one word what does the MFFN mean for you ?
“ Community ”
➔ Doc’n Roll on Facebook : Doc’n Roll Film Festival
➔ Doc’n Roll on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/docnrollfilms/
➔ Call for films on https://filmfreeway.com/8thDocnRollLondon