Doc'n Roll Film Festival announces music documentary streaming service 'Doc'n Roll TV'

Making part of their catalogue available to stream, documentaries ranging from thrash metal culture to iconic photographer's legacies will keep you stuck to your sofa.
Posted: 6 May 2020 Words: Tom Curtis-Horsfall Photos: Jim Marshall

Lockdown  may be slowly easing, but Doc'n Roll Film Festival have provided the ideal excuse to stay stuck to your sofa for the foreseeable, unveiling their brand new streaming service Doc'n' Roll TV.

The festival that champions the works of independent documentary filmmakers look to provide another platform to highlight this talent, making a selection of 28 documentaries available to stream, with more hand-picked selections readying to release over the coming months. See trailer below:

With documentaries ranging from thrash metal culture in San Francisco, Sleaford Mod's Bunch Of Kunst, A Band Called Death, and the life of photographer Jim Marshall (who famously took the iconic Johnny Cash photo pictured) there's ample reason to stay stuck to your sofa.

Festival founder and programmer Colm Forde said: "This unique video on demand platform reflects our determination to bring great music docs to a nationwide audience.. and especially during these uncertain times when escapism is no longer frowned upon."

Each documentary is available to rent at £3.20 each, so head to their website for the full list of available documentaries.

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