Grandma Lo-Fi, Lawrence of Belgravia and Psychomania are among the films selected for Birmingham’s Flatpack Festival, which runs March 14-18.

The festival, in its sixth year, will also show the latest works from Werner Herzog, Park Chan-Wook and Jafar Pahani.

It will feature a selection of music documentaries, including the UK premiere of Grandma Lo-Fi, about a pensioner from Iceland who started a music career at the age of 71. There will also be a ‘Bikermania’ section including Psychomania, Quadrophenia and I Bought A Vampire Motorcycle.

Confirmed guests include animators Robert Morgan and Suzan Pitt, who will be presenting a retrospective of her work.

The festival also features events throughout Birmingham, including a cinema canal boat and cinematic walking tours as well as a Colour Box event for families.