Our Re:Dox strand gives you the power to choose which landmark docs we bring back to the big screen!
Of the following four films, we'll bring back the two with the most votes…
1. 5 Broken Cameras (2011)
The extraordinary story of a Palestinian village's resistance to encroaching Israeli settlements is brought to life powerfully through footage from Emad Burnat's five bullet-ridden cameras...
2. Gimme Shelter (1970)
Chronicles the last weeks of The Rolling Stones' 1969 US tour, which culminated in a harrowing, unexpected tragedy at their disastrous Altamont Free Concert.
3. The Alcohol Years (2000)
Director Carol Morley put an ad in the paper looking for people who knew her in Manchester during her riotous youth. This no-holds-barred portrait is pieced together by old friends and acquaintances, in a bold exploration of perception and memory.
4. Those Who Feel the Fire Burning (2014)
In this unusual, experiential portrait of refugees seeking safety, the camera becomes a disembodied consciousness. Floating through the experiences of people in perilous circumstances, it witnesses others adapting to new realities.
HOW TO ENTER OUR RE:DOX VOTE:
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The poll is open until the 1st May, at which point the winning three films will be given a week of showtimes starting from Fri 21 June.
Vote closes on the 1st of May on Twitter and Facebook.