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The Streets, IDLES To Feature In Doc’n Roll Film Festival 2020

Other titles set to premiere at the festival include the new the much-anticipated Phil Lynott documentary, ‘Songs For While I’m Away’.

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The Streets and IDLES are among the subjects who feature in the music films that will be screened as part of the Doc’n Roll Film Festival 2020.

The music documentary festival is returning for its seventh edition from November 4-15, with films set to be screened in a select number of cinemas and venues as well as online due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Among the films set to be screened are the IDLES documentary Don’t Go Gentle and the world premiere of The Streets: None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive, with the latter being followed by a Q&A featuring The Streets’ Mike Skinner.

Other films of note include Phil Lynott: Songs For While I’m Away, Punk the Capital: Building a Sound Movement and Sisters With Transistors.

You can see the full listings for Doc’n Roll Film festival 2020 below, and find out more information about the film festival at the event’s official website.

Doc N’ Roll Film Festival 2020 – November:

Sunday 1, 4:30pm – Alexandra Palace Theatre (London Premiere)
Phil Lynott: Songs For While I’m Away + exclusive Q&A with director + Scott Gorham

Wednesday 4, 6:00pm – BFI Southbank (Opening Night – World Premiere)
Kelly Jones: Don’t Let The Devil Take Another Day + Q&A feat. the director and Special Guest

Sunday 8, 6:30pm – Broadway Cinema (Nottingham)
Don’t Go Gentle: A Film about IDLES + Q&A feat. the director and producer (former band member)

Friday 6, 6:10pm – Barbican Cinemas (London Premiere)
The Sound is Innocent + Q&A

Saturday 7, 3:00pm – Barbican Cinemas (UK Premiere)
In a Silent Way (Talk Talk portrait) + Q&A

Saturday 7, 9:00pm – The Castle Cinema (World Premiere)
The Ventures: Stars On Guitars

Sunday 8, 4:00pm – Rio Cinema (London Premiere)
Punk the Capital: Building a Sound Movement

Sunday 8, 5:30pm – Barbican Cinemas (UK Premiere)
Sebastien Tellier: Many Lives + Q&A

Tuesday 10, 6:45pm – The Castle Cinema (UK Premiere)
This Film Should Not Exist: Country Teasers and Ben Wallers

Thursday 12, 5:55pm – Barbican Cinemas (World Premiere)
Motian in Motion (Jazz Drummer Paul Motian)

Thursday 12, 6:30pm – Rio Cinema UK Premiere
Friday 13, 6:30pm – Broadway Cinema Nottingham
Other Like Me + Q&A

Saturday 14, 3:00pm – The Barbican Theatre (London Premiere)
Sisters With Transistors + Q&A feat. the director – Plus live Analog Tape performance

Saturday 14, 6:30pm – Genesis (World Premiere)
The Streets: None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive + Q&A featuring Mike Skinner.

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