Libertines documentary to premiere at London's East End Film Festival

Carl Barat posts announcement on Facebook

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Carl Barat has announced that a documentary about The Libertines will premiere at this year's East End Film Festival in London.

Watch a work-in-progress clip from the documentary by scrolling down and clicking below.

Barat posted details about the film, which is directed by NME photographer Roger Sargent, on his Facebook page, explaining that it will be shown in April at the event.

The East End Film Festival takes place at various venues across London from April 27 to May 2, with Barat confirming Sargent's Libertines film will be shown on the festival's opening day.

Last year the Barat-narrated film No Place/Good Place: The Rime Of The Modern Mariner was shown at the festival.

Meanwhile, The Libertines' management have said that the band are unlikely to play any gigs this year.

Barat will release his new solo single 'Death Fires Burn At Night' on April 4.

The Libertines - A film by Roger Sargent from The Libertines on Vimeo.


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