If you spend a lot of your time immersed in films and documentaries, then September in the UK is like Christmas. You’ve got the run up to The BFI London Film Festival in October and you have the Open City Documentary to kickstart your month with a blinding list of factual tales that are guaranteed to have you frothing at the mouth!
Last week, the Open City Documentary Festival announced its programme for this year’s festival from September 5th – 10th.
The show will have 21 feature length, and 15 short documentaries having their UK premiere at this hallowed event, which will be screened at 13 locations around London, including Picturehouse Central, Genesis Cinema, Tate Modern and the British Library.
From the first evening’s screening of Ziad Kalthoum’s Taste of Cement, to the grand finale of Lee Ann Schmitt’s Purge This Land, there are plenty of documentaries to sink your teeth into and digest.
For more information, check out the Open City Documentary Festival’s website!
The Open City Documentary Festival runs from September 5th until September 10th!