It's been so long since we last saw you in a cinema. We're over the moon to be presenting IRL screenings again - hell yeah!

For our return at long last, we've curated a programme that includes several of the films whose screenings were cancelled last November due to Lockdown#2 - plus some exciting new additions. And all of them are premieres!

We may have been out of cinemas for a while, but whether it's online via Doc'n Roll TV or on the big screens we love, we've kept on using Doc'n Roll's platform to talk about music - the universal language to highlight the things we care about: musicians' struggles and addictions, mental health, political injustices, womxn in music, and all the instigators and innovators who make music mean so much to so many people.

Come and join us this summer for a unique programme full of under-the-radar gems.

Don't Go Gentle: A Film About IDLES - screening nationwide
This Film Should Not Exist: Country Teasers and Ben Wallers - 9 June, Rio Cinema, Dalston
Howl of the Underdogs (Madder Mortem) - 12 June, The Castle Cinema, Hackney
A Song Called Hate - 16 June, Rio Cinema, Dalston
Punk the Capital: Building a Sound Movement - 17 June, The Castle Cinema, Hackney
Other, Like Me: The Oral History of Coum & Throbbing Gristle - 8 July, Rio Cinema, Dalston
Sebastien Tellier: Many Lives - 9 July, The Castle Cinema, Hackney
Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and Legendary Tapes - 10 July, The Castle Cinema, Hackney

Support your local cinemas... and Doc'n Roll too ;-)