Saturday 04 November 2017 to Tuesday 07 November 2017

We are partnering with the IN-EDIT Festival in Athens for the first time to bring you the biggest music documentary film festival in the world and to screen documentaries on the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Nick Cave, UNKLE, Sepultura, Placebo and the Eagles of Death Metal.

The screening schedule includes 17 outstanding documentaries, featuring among others, Nick Cave, DJs from Iran, the Rolling Stones, James Lavelle, Londoner punk veterans and virtuoso jazz musicians.

For 15 years, since its first edition in Barcelona in 2003, the IN-EDIT Festival has travelled to dozens of cities around the world, always presenting fascinating behind-the-scenes stories from the music world and its name is now synonymous with music documentaries.

When Saturday 4 November 2017 to Tuesday 7 November 2017
Where Onassis Cultural Centre (Main Stage and Upper Stage)
107 Syngrou Avenue
117 45 Athens

Discussion with Don Letts on his documentary PUNK: Attitude

Don Letts, the director of PUNK: Attitude, has been invited to engage in a lively discussion with the audience after the screening.

Don Letts’ reputation has been firmly established in the film and music industry since the late ‘70s by a substantial body of work, and he and his work are familiar to both music and cinema fans. He has been awarded multiple times both as a musician and as a director, and in March 2003 he won a Grammy Award for the documentary Westway To The World.

His career began with his appearances as a DJ at major London music venues, where his music sets were a combination of punk and reggae music. His legendary appearances at the Roxy, the first punk club in London, established his personal style as D.I.Y. punk. During that period, he directed his first documentary: Punk Rock Movie. To date, he has directed more than 300 music videos for dozens of different artists.

The list of documentaries he has directed includes more than 30 titles and the topics he chooses to film are not limited to music. Among the documentaries he has directed are: PUNK: Attitude (2005), Still Burning: Stiff Little Fingers (2007), The Clash: Revolution Rock (2008), Made in Sheffield (2011), Celebrity Exposed (2012), Subculture (2012), Something New (2013), Skinhead (2016) and Two Sevens Clash (2017).

At the same time, Letts takes part in music sets around the world, but his setlist includes strictly old and new tracks from the dub reggae scene, maintaining the identity that launched his career when he played at the Roxy Club in London in the late 1970s.

When Tuesday 7 November 2017, 19.30
Where Onassis Cultural Centre (Upper Stage)
107 Syngrou Avenue
117 45 Athens

Closing party

After the screening and discussion, IN-EDIT will close its doors with a party to say goodbye in a very special way: to the sounds of Don Letts’ music!

When Tuesday 7 November 2017, 22.00
Where Bel Ray Bar
88 Falirou Street
117 41 Athens