Many of the hit films from LIFF 2019 are now available to view online, across platforms including Netflix, BFI Player, Curzon Home Cinema, Amazon Prime and Vimeo. We're keeping you updated with a guide to the latest as they become available, also including selections that have featured in our LIFF Presents programme of year-round screenings...

Documentary Carmine Street Guitars invites you into the world of one of the world's most unique instrument shops.

Gentrification has transformed New York’s Greenwich Village since its 60s heyday but one shop remains true to its independent roots. Carmine Street Guitars is run by Rick Kelly and his young apprentice Cindy Hulej. They handcraft unique instruments out of reclaimed wood from old hotels, bars, churches and other local buildings, every guitar has a story rooted in the city’s rich history. Filmmaker Ron Mann watches them work and observes a series of fascinating conversations with prominent musicians and artists trying out the merchandise including Nels Cline, Bill Frisell, Jim Jarmusch and Lenny Kaye. Watch the trailer

'A gentle, warm, immensely satisfying portrait' - Rolling Stone review by David Fear. 

Carmine Street Guitars is available to rent online from Friday 26 June through Modern Films, giving you the option to support independent cinemas including The Hyde Park Picture House in Leeds, who receive a split of the revenue when you make your purchase.