Cyndi Lauper and TLC Featured in Doc ‘n Roll’s 10 Year Anniversary
Doc’n Roll’s 10th Film Festival will take audiences on a thrilling cinematic and musical journey as it celebrates a remarkable decade of outstanding filmmaking.
Renowned for its unwavering commitment to independent cinema, the festival promises unforgettable stories and remarkable music. It will feature films about TLC, Cyndi Lauper, and many others.
This year’s program of 25 premiere feature films. It will represent a wide range of music genres, including rock, punk, rap, folk, dance, metal, jazz, and more. Viewers will journey around the world from Basel to Brazil, Atlanta to Australia,
The 10th edition of Doc’n Roll Film Festival promises to “enthrall, inspire, entertain, enlighten and provoke discussion through a variety of post-screening Q&A sessions.”
Vanessa Lobon Garcia, director and co-founder of Doc’n Roll Film Fest, says, “I am thrilled to announce that this year marks our 10th anniversary. It’s a significant milestone in Doc’n Roll Film Fest’s journey and expansion from what began as a boutique East London music discovery film festival back in 2014 has grown to a UK-wide celebration of offbeat subcultures across 10 cities. Over the past decade, we have been passionately dedicated to championing the myriad of global music subcultures through the art of documentary, primarily from first-time filmmakers. Our festival has become a platform for diverse, outlier, and independent voices, reflecting our ethos and the essence of music’s profound impact on people’s lives. This special edition is a testament to the power of music, transcending boundaries and cultures, and uniting us all in a shared love for the art form. Through these documentaries, we aim to shed light on the remarkable stories of artists who, like us, have pursued their passions against the odds with unwavering dedication. Their journeys inspire us, offering hope and joy to people worldwide.”
Six films in this year’s lineup are in competition for the Doc’n Roll Jury Award for Music Doc of the Year including “TLC Forever.”
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