- Duration90 min
Comedian Stewart Lee and director Michael Cumming (Brass Eye) investigate a missing piece of punk history: Robert Lloyd, best known for fronting cult bands The Prefects and The Nightingales, has survived under the radar for over four decades. Anti-rockumentary King Rocker weaves the story of Birmingham’s undervalued underdog autodidact into that of the city’s forgotten public sculpture of King Kong, eschewing the celebrity interview and archive-raid approach for a free-associating bricolage of Indian food, bewildered chefs, vegetable gardening, prescription medicines, pop stardom and pop art.
Available to watch in the cinema or Sheffield Doc/Fest Selects in the Autumn.
- Director(s): Michael Cumming
- Producer(s): James Nicholls
- Country: United Kingdom
- Language: English
- Premiere status: World Premiere