Doc’n Roll, the UK’s Music Documentary Festival, returns for its fourth annual Liverpool edition. This year's dazzlingly diverse programme will run from 28 to 31 March 2019 at two venues: Picturehouse at FACT and The British Music Experience (BME).
Doc’n Roll Liverpool 2019 is set to serve up six acclaimed feature-length documentaries and a hand-picked selection of fascinating short docs that tell the stories of ground-breaking record labels Blue Note and Trojan, map the worlds of Detroit techno and the fearless heroines of punk rock, go behind the scenes with Badly Drawn Boy and Sepultura, and much more besides.
Thursday 28 March: Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records + Director Q&A
Friday 29 March: Never Stop – A Music That Resists
Friday 29 March: Stories From The She Punks + Director Q&A
Saturday 30 March: Sepultura Endurance
Saturday 30 March: Doc'n Roll Shorts including We Are All Here, The Velvet Underground Played At My High School, You Are Here, Birth of Afrobeat, Caravan, To The Front: Scenes From A Women's Rock Camp (time and location to be confirmed)
Sunday 31 March: It Must Schwing! The Blue Note Story
Sunday 31 March: About A Badly Drawn Boy: The Story of The Hour of Bewilderbeast + Director and Artist Q&A
Doc’n Roll is supported by the BFI Audience Fund using money from the National Lottery to grow audience appetite and enjoyment for a wide range of independent British and international films.