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If you've been missing live music, gigs and concerts, GFT’s Sound and Vision season showcases epic musical talent on the big screen. We present a series of concert films and documentaries that bring amazing performances and incredible music stories to massive, powerful life in the cinema.

Here’s what we’ve currently got lined up. Tickets for these shows will generally go on sale about 10 days before the screenings, and the listings will all be grouped on this page - so watch this space for details as more titles are added.

Films in this Season

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29 May

Talk Talk: In A Silent Way + recorded Q&A (N/C 15+)

Thirty years after the release of Talk Talk’s fourth album Spirit of Eden, filmmaker Gwenaël Breës attempts to unravel the mystery surrounding the record.

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1 June

Karen Dalton - In My Own Time (N/C 15+)

This long-awaited film draws on her recordings, and interviews with loved ones and collaborators, to build a rich portrait of a singularly gifted musician

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2 June

Love in Bright Landscapes: David McComb & The Triffids (N/C 15+)

The tragedy and triumph of singer-songwriter and driving force of the great Australian band, The Triffids, is brought to the screen.

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18 June

Reel Roots: Babymother - 35mm (15)

Babymother is widely considered to be the first truly Black British musical, grounded in the vibrant, raw energy of the Black dancehall scene at the heart of late-1990s Harlesden.

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22 June

Reel Roots: Rebel Dread (15)

The story of Don Letts, a first-generation British-born Black filmmaker, DJ, musician, and cultural commentator.

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26 June

Reel Roots: Lee Scratch Perry's Vision of Paradise (N/C 18+)

This classic-in-the-making tells a story of epic, magical proportions that's not a biography, but more of a fairytale documentary and art piece in itself.

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