Doc’N Roll Film Festival for 2022 Will Feature Docs About Can, Thelonious Monk, and Willy DeVille

Doc´n Roll Film Festival have announced their program for this year’s edition

Doc´n Roll Film Festival, that runs throughout the UK, takes place between October 27 and November 13.

As monthly Uncut notes, this year it opens with A Film About Studio Electrophonique, filmmaker James Taylor’s new documentary focusing on the Sheffield home studio where the first recordings by bands that became The Human League, ABC, Heaven 17, Def Leppard, Clock DVA, and Pulp were made.

Other films screening include Energy: A Documentary about Damo Suzuki, focusing on the former Can singer, Fat White Family: Moonbathing in February, Getting It Back: The Story of Cymande, and Heaven Stood Still: The Incarnations of Willy DeVille.

There’s also Rewind And Play: Thelonious Monk, which revisits the composer and pianist’s confrontational TV interview from 1969.

The above Festival link includes more details on the films and festival dates.

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