During the BFI London Film Festival, DocGeeks will present you every day with a bite-size oversight of the documentaries screening at the various festival locations.
On the last day of the festival the BFI presents us with three documentaries:
The day kicks off with lots of music in Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me, a reverent, inspiring portrait of the ultimate cult band. This documentary by Drew DeNicola is showing at the BFI Southbank at 1pm.
The Poor Stockinger, the Luddite Cropper and the Deluded Followers of Joanna Southcott by Turner Prize nominee Luke Fowler who explores the role played by left wing intellectuals in the working class communities of post-war Yorkshire. Screening at 4pm at the BFI Southbank.
Slavoj Žižek unleashes his voracious intellect on films from The Sound of Music to Full Metal Jacket, in the provocative documentary The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology, screening at the VUE at 8.45pm.
Tickets can be ordered on the BFI London Film Festival website.