Doc'N Roll Festival

Film still from the documentary 'A Band Called Death'.

Taking place from September 25-28, Doc'n Roll is London's first festival dedicated to music documentaries.

The line up includes twelve films in total, most involving Q&A's from the directors and, in some cases, the stars of the documentary. There'll also be live sets from Ming City Rockers and The '45s, DJ sets from Primal Scream's Simone Marie Butler and an exclusive Julien Temple retrospective.

The event opens with a London premiere of A Band Called Death, the story of Death, the world's first black punk band. Founded by three brothers from Detroit in 1974, their sound has been called 'ahead of punk, and ahead of their time' by Jack White.

The three day event features films such as The Life in the Death of Joe Meek, a film about Britain's first independent pop record producer, which includes contributions from the likes of Jimmy Page and Edwyn Collins.

There's also documentaries about rock 'n' roll photographer Jini Dellaccio, Hüsker Dü's Grant Hart, New York Dolls guitarist Johnny Thunders and Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton, a documentary featuring Kanye West, Questlove, Snoop Dogg or Lion, Common and The Beastie Boys Mike D.

Tickets are on sale via Hackney Picturehouse, so be sure to buy a ticket.