Music documentary film festival DOC'N'ROLL has announced its programme for this autumn.
The festival returns to London in its ninth iteration from 27 October to 13 November as well as screenings in the following cities around the UK: Birkenhead, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff (8 to 14 Nov), Glasgow, Edinburgh, Exeter, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham and Sheffield.
As usual, the festival features a number of UK, European and worldwide premieres. Premieres include... ENERGY: A Documentary About Damo Suzuki - Michael Heighway's snapshot of the former Can frontman;
TRIP: A journey into the World of Psychedelic Sight & Sound - an intimate film by Lilly Creightmore, alighting on such artists as Roky Erickson, Spacemen 3 and The Brian Jonestown Massacre;
Age of Rage: The Australian Punk Revolution (pictured) - Jennifer Ross's portrait of the Aussie punk DIY counterculture;
F**k It Up: Towers of London - the full story of the tabloid-bothering London glam-rockers;
What You Could Not Visualise: Rema-Rema - Marco Porsia's documentary about the shortlived but influential 4AD-signed post-punks, featuring a pre-Ants Marco Pirroni;
Fat White Family: Moonbathing in February - a brief look at the anarchic South London garage-punk deconstructionists;
Heaven Stood Still: The Incarnations of Willy DeVille - director Larry Locke's portrait of the much-loved enigmatic Don Juan of the Lower East Side;
The Mojo Manifesto: The Life and Times of Mojo Nixon - an inside look at the cantankerous and irreverent roots rocker and Jello Biafra collaborator.
There's also a full programme of shorts and online screenings.
For full programme, screening details and tickets go to www.docnrollfestival.com
Pic by Laurence Aboukhater