Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

OneTwoOneTwo brings the docs

OneTwoOneTwo is a brand new music documentary festival taking place at Dublin’s Lighthouse Cinema from October 19 to 21. Docs on the big screen will include Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense (the best concert flick of all time – fact), …

Thu, Oct 4, 2012, 08:41

   

OneTwoOneTwo is a brand new music documentary festival taking place at Dublin’s Lighthouse Cinema from October 19 to 21.

Docs on the big screen will include Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense (the best concert flick of all time – fact), Madonna on-tour doc In Bed With Madonna, the strange tale of Detroit singer-songwriter Sixto Rodriguez in Searching for Sugar Man and Sound It Out, Jeanie Finlay’s doc on her local record store, the very last surviving vinyl record shop on Teesside in England.

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Full details on which films are screening when and ticket details here.

We’re big fans of the music docs here at OTR – here’s Aoife Kelleher’s guest post from a while back about this very subject – so we’re keen to know what titles you’d like to see on the big screen. No doubt, OneTwoOneTwo organisers Una Mullally and Cillian McDonnell had a long list of would-be flicks they wanted to screen at the festival, but I’d imagine that licensing these bad boys is quite onerous. That said, let us know the music docs you’d like to see below.

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