We are delighted to welcome Chumbawamba singer Dunstan Bruce and director Sophie Robinson to join in person at both screenings for a Q&A.

'This year's hidden gem from DocFest's selection of music docs, I Get Knocked Down is madcap, witty and formally inventive - what else would you expect from the frontman of Chumbawamba?' - Colin Oakley, Slacker Cinema

Chumbawamba's hit song Tubthumping was one of the 1990s great pop culture moments, capturing the optimistic spirit of the times. In I Get Knocked Down, singer Dunstan Bruce is visited by the 'Babyhead' character from the band’s album cover, to reconcile with the past and see how things took such a different path to what the band had hoped. Although previously unknown to mainstream audiences, Leeds-based Chumbawamba had a fascinating history with roots in the anarchist punk and activist scenes, which the documentary captures through wonderfully entertaining archive footage.

Also online on Leeds Film Player