The story of highly prolific, prodigally talented, Portland-based singer Elliott Smith is one which the majority of us know - a tale beset with an intense creative force, depression, drugs and tragedy. An ideal candidate for a documentary, wouldn't you say?

Which is exactly what Chicago-born Director Nickolas Rossi created with his compelling doc Heaven Adores You.

Doc'n Roll is set to present a couple of UK screenings this month, the first of which takes place in Brighton on Saturday, March 21st 2015, 9pm at Duke of York's Picturehouse. Furthermore, we are delighted to announce our involvement with this date - where we will be hosting a Q&A with the Director after the showing, with The 405's Tim Boddy asking the questions. The night will also see further post-screening fun in the form of some live music.

The London screening on Sunday, March 22nd at Hackney Picturehouse has sold out, and the Brighton date expected to go the same way - so we recommend grabbing tickets as soon as possible.

These one-off showings by the folks over at Doc'n Roll act as the perfect lead-up to the second edition of their Doc'n Roll Film Festival, which takes place from 1st - 4th Oct, at Picturehouse Central, off Shaftesbury Ave in London. If the 2014 line-up is anything to go by, you'll be in for a treat. Watch these pages for further announcements on this.