We’re really pleased to once again be chosen to host part of the Doc’n Roll Liverpool Film Festival this March at the BME.
Doc’n Roll are passionate about independent film and music across all genres and provide the audience with the opportunity to watch these films as part of their festivals throughout the UK.
This year we will be showing two films during the festival including About a Badly Drawn Boy: The Story of The Hour of Bewilderbeast.
The film features exclusive new interviews with Damon and acoustic performances of songs from the album filmed in the Gough family print factory in Bolton and his home in Manchester, alongside previously unseen archive footage and photographs, animation and lots more. Includes contributions from Andy Votel, musicians Jane Weaver, Ian Smith (Alfie), Jimi Goodwin (Doves), Guy Garvey (Elbow) and Ghostpoet. Damon’s big brother Simon Gough, producer and member of Mum and Dad Joe Robinson, Grammy award winning producer Ken Nelson, XL Recordings Richard Russell, film director Garth Jennings, journalist Luke Bainbridge, radio DJ Pete Mitchell, 2000 Mercury Music Prize judge Fleur Sarfaty, Square One Studio’s Bob Little and Artist Joe Simpson.
Dir. The Mitcham Submarine, 2018, UK 95 mins
Click here for the trailer.