'I like a manifesto, put it to the test-o'... ** Sultans of Ping FC
Vanessa Lobon - CEO/Programmer
Colm Forde - Founder/Programmer
Morven Masterton - Doc'n Roll Scotland director
Miguel Pellitero - Digital Content Manager
Karen Shook - Head Of Comms
Aida Baneres Argiles - Shorts Programmer
Bruna Amaral - Head of Photography
We are seeking compelling music films from all genres, to support, distribute and exhibit across the UK & Ireland. We also have great contacts across US and European music film fests, who can assist with your film's reach.
Get in touch!
Our headline, BFI-supported autumn festival runs across London each November 1-18. It's followed by a BFI-supported touring programme that brings the best of the fest to some of our favourite music-loving cities around the UK.
In 2019, we'll be in:
Liverpool, 28 - 31 March / Brighton, 3 - 7 April
Hull, TBC / Nottingham, 10-18 May
Edinburgh, 16 - 19 May / Manchester, 29 May - 2 June
Bristol, 12 - 16 June
Keep up to date on the Doc'n Roll tour via our email list, and by following our regional festivals on Facebook: Doc'n Roll Scotland, Doc'n Roll Manchester, Doc'n Roll Liverpool, Doc'n Roll Bristol and Doc'n Roll Nottingham.
Doc'n Roll is the UK's Music Documentary Film Festival.
We celebrate 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.
We are passionate about independent film and music across all genres, and we provide our audience with the opportunity to watch these films as they were designed to be watched: LOUD. We launched Doc'n Roll Film Fest in 2014, convinced it was time to show some love to the under-the-radar music docs that all too often were being ignored by risk-averse film programmers.