The BBC has confirmed the lineup for its new documentary festival Art Screen, which runs in Glasgow April 10-13.
The festival kicks off with Julien Temple’s Rio, with the director also participating in a Q&A with Kirsty Wark.
Martin Scorsese has specially selected Italianamerican for Art Screen audiences, exclusively from his own personal archive.
Jarvis Cocker will also attend a Q&A following the screening of steelworks project The Big Melt, which he co-directed with Martin Wallace.
Other screenings include Jeremy Deller’s The Bruce Lacey Experience, Kim Longinotto’s Salma, and a world premiere of Louise Lockwood’s Facing Up To Mackintosh.
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard will give a masterclass about making their Nick Cave film, 20,000 Days on Earth.
Art Screen is led by the BBC with collaborators including Glasgow International, British Council, frieze, LUX, Glasgow Film, CCA and BFI. It is supported by Creative Scotland.