This absorbing documentary tells the story of Don Letts, a first-generation British-born Black filmmaker, DJ, musician, and cultural commentator.

The film covers how Don introduced reggae to the punk movement in the 1970s, his relationships with The Clash and Johnny Rotten, his years in Big Audio Dynamite, and his later career as an award-winning director of music videos and feature films.

Screening as part of Reel Roots: Windrush, an exciting new film tour exploring Blackness in Britain, curated by The New Black Film Collective (TNBFC) with the support of Film Hub Scotland.

Running time: 1h43, including ads ad trailers.


Please be aware you must be aged 15 or over to see this film, and you may be required to show photographic I.D. to gain entry to the cinema.

We recommend customers continue to wear a face covering in line with Scottish Government guidance. Cinemas will be thoroughly cleaned between each screening, there is hand sanitiser available throughout the building, and we're requesting that customers take their own rubbish with them at the end of the film and put it in the bins provided.