Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Bob Dylan to feature in music documentary season

A host of films to be screened in London throughout October

Nirvana, Sonic Youth and Bob Dylan are all set to feature in the ‘Uncontainable: A Music Documentary Season’ set to be screened in London next month.

The documentaries will be shown at the Curzon Soho and the ICA, kicking off on October 1 with a Sonic Youth double-bill.

‘Drift’ – a collaboration between the band’s Lee Ranaldo and artist Leah Singer – is an experimental audio and visual project and will be followed by ‘Live Youth’, a selection of short films and documentaries filmed by Ranaldo and bandmate Thurston Moore.

Other highlights of the season include ‘Arena: Dylan In The Madhouse’ (October 2) chronicling the lost tape of the singer appearing in the BBC play ‘Madhouse On Castle Street’, ‘I Am Trying To Break Your Heart’ focusing on Wilco (October 2) and ‘1991 The Year Punk Broke – On Tour With Sonic Youth & Nirvana’ which also features appearances from Dinosaur Jr and The Ramones (October 7).

For the full ‘Uncontainable: A Music Documentary Season’ programme visit www.curzoncinemas.com.