Sensoria, the UK's new music and film festival to be held in Sheffield, has announced that A Life In the Death Of Joe Meek will be its opening night film, with an introduction by musician Richard Hawley.

Other films in the programme are The Old Weird America: Harry Smith's Anthology Of Folk Music and Derailroaded: Inside the Mind Of Wild Man Larry Fisher.

Other events include an interview with Julien Temple and screenings of The Filth And The Fury and Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten; Jarvis Cocker's art school shorts; The Passion Of Joan Of Arc with a new score by In The Nursery; Mark Gubb presenting a Metal Talk; an A/V performance by Cabaret Voltaire's Richard H Kirk, and an afternoon of music videos.

Sensoria will also host an industry day on April 17.

The festival runs April 12-18 and more info is available at