November sees the opening of the 3rd annual London Doc’n Roll Film Festival. Doc’n Roll Films Ltd. was set up in 2013 and is a music documentary distribution and exhibition company, unique within the UK. Projects include the Festival as well as one-off London premieres, curated seasons, and a UK regional touring programme in Brighton, Liverpool and Manchester.

This year’s London festival takes place at various venues between 2- 13 November and the whole thing kicks off at the BFI with a very special film about GREGORY PORTER. The movie’s called ‘Don’t Forget Your Music’ and was directed by former musician and accomplished photographer Alfred George Bailey. The movie was shot over four years and features interviews and archive footage which charts Gregory Porter’s journey from Bakersfield, California, to stage, studio and beyond, with his remarkable story underpinned by exclusive footage taken during recording his last album, ‘Take Me To The Alley’.

Other artists featured in the festival include Parliament/Funkadelic, Dexter Gordon, Bill Evans, and legendary producer Bert Berns (with input from Keith Richards, Paul McCartney and Van Morrison).

A quick internet search will give you all the relevant details.