CineCov is teaming up with The Tin and Warwick University’s Department of Film and Television Studies and Centre for Television Histories to explore the special relationship between fans and the music that they love.
In the second of two events (see the other one here), we’ll be screening Jeanie Finlay’s award-winning Sound it Out - a documentary portrait of Teesside’s last-surviving record shop and its place within the local music community. Jeanie will be on hand for a Q&A after the screening.
Check out more from Warwick University and the Resonate Festival - exploring ideas and celebrating the power of creativity, conversation and connection.
This event is part of Rock ‘n’ Docs, a series of music-related film and live performances happening at Coventry Canal Basin every Friday evening in August. If you’d like to start your evening early join Ludic Rooms for Roam + Dwell - free Friday afternoon sessions exploring the Canal Basin, sharing artist works-in-progress and inviting all to play, make and explore things afloat.
Dir: Jeanie Finlay
UK 2011, 75mins
Recommended cert: 12A
18:00 - 18.45 Pre-feature shorts
19:00 - 19.30 Live acoustic performance
19.30 - 21.30 Feature