Doc'n Roll Film Festival returned for its 6th London edition on 1st - 17th November 2019 with 30 premiere films that covered genres including indie, rock, jazz, hip-hop, grime, synth-wave, krautrock, disco and drum'n bass. Screenings were usually followed by Q&As with directors and featured artists, and occasional after-parties ;)

The 2019 edition of our music doc fest was hosted at Barbican CinemasPicturehouse CentralCurzon SohoRio CinemaInstitute of Contemporary ArtsGenesis Cinema, Ritzy Brixton,  The Castle Cinema and House Of Vans.

During our 6th London edition, we screened documentaries by 18 first-time directors.

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The fifth London edition of Doc'n Roll Film Festival ran from 1 to 18 November 2018 and presented 28 films at a dozen city venues. Doc'n Roll's 2017 edition was launched at Picturehouse Central with the world premiere of Richard Thompson: A Winding Road, and included 27 premiere screenings across nine venues. The third London edition, which presented 17 documentaries at five venues in November 2016, opened at the BFI Southbank and began a world premiere: two sold-out Q&A screenings of Don't Forget Your Music, Alfred George Bailey's acclaimed Gregory Porter documentary. 

The Doc'n Roll Jury Prize for Best Music Doc, inaugurated in 2016, has been awarded to the following films:
2016: Placebo: Alt-Russia
2017: Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World
2018: Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records
2019: The Remix: Hip Hop x Fashion