Dundee, 17-18 May

Friday 17 May  Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records

Saturday 18 May  About A Badly Drawn Boy: The Story of The Hour of Bewilderbeast + Director's Q&A 

Glasgow, 27-30 June 

Thursday 27 June  Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records + Director's Q&A with Nicolas Jack Davies

Friday 28 June Our Most Brilliant Friends (Slow Club) + Director's Q&A with Piers Denis

Friday 28 June Never Stop: A Music That Resists + Director's Q&A with Jacqueline Caux

Saturday 29 June Mantra: Sounds into Silence in association with Kirtan Scotland

Saturday 29 June How They Got Over: Gospel Quartets and the Road to Rock’n’Roll with live gospel choir

Saturday 29 June Stories from the She Punks + Director's Q&A with Helen Reddington

Saturday 29 June French Waves + Director's Q&A with Julian Starke

Sunday 30 June Sepultura Endurance

Sunday 30 June Music Shorts Afternoon free event at Citizen M Hotel

Sunday 30 June Pure Love: The Voice of Ella Fitzgerald

Sunday 30 June It Must Schwing: The Blue Note Story

Lights, camera, music! This is the year Doc’n Roll lands in Scotland for its debut festival editions in three cities

During April, we brought six critically heralded films about music and the unforgettable stories of those who made it to the Cameo in Edinburgh and Dundee for a brief stint at Dundee Contemporary Arts.

Heading to Glasgow, we'll be packing ten events into the long weekend from 27 to 30 June, and celebrating sounds ranging from house music to jazz and mantra to metal. Screenings will be held in the wonderful Centre for Contemporary Arts and the Glasgow Film Theatre, and there'll be a host of directors' Q&As, DJ sets and live music to add interaction and extra excitement to Doc'n Roll's inaugural Glasgow festival of music on film.

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.