24 June – 3 July
In celebration of ‘40 Years of Punk’ we’re taking the classic rebellion of ’76 UK punk as a jumping off point for a filmic and musical journey around the world of punk rock.
THE FILTH & THE FURY +Q&A BUY TICKETS
Dir: Julien Temple | 2000 | 108 min
Friday 24 June, 7.00pm
Accompanied by a Q&A with Julien Temple, his iconic Sex Pistols documentary is one of the most insightful, vital and moving documentaries ever made.
PANORAMA PUNK ART SPECIAL
Genesis Bar Paragon
Monday 27 June, 8.00pm
For more information check the Genesis website.
LOS PUNKS: WE ARE ALL WE HAVE BUY TICKETS
Dir: Angela Boatwright | 2016 | 79 min
Wednesday 29 June, 7.00pm
Join the teens and young adults of South Central and East Los Angeles in a brand new feature documentary exploring the family of Hispanic teens that make up the bands, the mosh pit and the merch stands in their crucial backyard scene.
PUSSY RIOT: A PUNK PRAYER +INTRODUCTION BUY TICKETS
Dir: Mike Lerner, Maxim Pozdorovkin | 2013 | 88 min
Thursday 30 June, 7.00pm
Riot grrrl gang #genesisters start their takeover with the incredible tale of the anti-establishment punk band who faced seven years in prison for a performance at Moscow Cathedral. Accompanied by an introduction from the film’s co-director Mike Lerner.
LOST GRRRLS: RIOT GRRRL IN LOS ANGELES +Q&A BUY TICKETS
Dir: Vega Darling | 2016 | 90 min
Friday 1 July, 8.45pm
Featuring a Q&A with director Vega Darling. This delve into the LA riot grrrl scene is packed with insight, interviews and raw, powerful music. Followed by live performances from female bands YASSASSIN and COLOUR ME WEDNESDAY.
PUNK BOOK CLUB
Saturday 2 July, 8.00pm
We see the Luxury Book Club become Punk Book Club as we welcome Jon Savage and a panel of guests as they discuss the legendary ‘England’s Dreaming’—the modern classic that depicts punk’s cultural impact on the UK.
Sunday 3 July, 3.00pm
Rogue film programmers Bad Company present a Juxtaprojection double bill around the theme ‘Punk Royalty’. We’ve no idea what to expect, suffice to say it’ll be in bad taste and there’ll be truly bizarre prizes.
Accompanying the punk strand will be a screening of Cassette: A Documentary Mixtape, featuring interviews with punk icons Henry Rollins, Thurston Moore, Ian Mackaye and Mike Watt.