The 21st San Francisco Documentary Film Festival has some great new music docs on the schedule for you to check out either live at the Roxie or from wherever you watch movies.

The full festival program may be found at
Local Film
Sat June 4, 845p Roxie Theater
A love song to the artists, dance, music, slang, clothes and, most importantly of all, the people who came of age during the Oakland CA Hyphy movement.

Local Filmmakers
Thu June 2, 845p Roxie Theater
​ROOTS OF FIRE is a story about musicians pushing the boundaries of a type of American roots music known as Cajun Music.

Local Film
Fri June 3, 630p Roxie Theater
This small apartment-sized store championed local, underground, independent, and challenging music to the masses - most memorably with their infamous bi-weekly, college essay-length, new-release lists.

Local Filmmaker
Sun June 5, 845p Roxie Theater
The story of first generation blues performers who had made their way to Chicago from the Mississippi Delta and their ardent and unexpected followers - middle class kids who followed the evocative music to smoky clubs deep in Chicago's ghettos.

Mon June 6, 845p Roxie Theater
Led by the artists Genesis P-Orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti, COUM mutated into the visionary, transgressive and absolutely uncompromising industrial/noise band Throbbing Gristle.

Tue June 7, 845p Roxie Theater
Dunstan Bruce is 59 and he's struggling with the fact that the world seems to be going to hell in a handcart. He is angry and frustrated. How does a middle-aged, retired radical, who feels invisible get back up again?

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Tickets and more info HERE.