PJ Harvey film to open London’s Doc’n Roll Festival

Plus films on David Crosby, Swans, Chuck Berry, Raincoats, Neu! and many more

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London’s Doc’N Roll Film Festival has announced its programme for the 2019 edition, running from November 1 to 17 at eight cinemas across the capital.

It launches with the London premiere of A Dog Called Money: PJ Harvey, which follows the making of Harvey’s last album The Hope Six Demolition Project. Collaborator Seamus Murphy filmed their visits to Kosovo, Afghanistan and Washington DC, as well as the recording of the album behind one-way glass at London’s Somerset House.

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The festival also features the UK premieres of films about David Crosby, Gordon Lightfoot, Swans, Chuck Berry, Brainiac, The Chills, Lee Moses and Neu!, as well as an evening of films by and about The Raincoats’ Gina Birch.

For the full programme of events and ticket details, visit the official Doc’N Roll Film Festival site.

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