THE People’s Film Collective have announce  details of their second screening following the successful sold-out launch in February. The Tenement TV Presents collective are to create an intimate screening of the Emmy-nominated Cobain: Montage of Heck documentary in Glasgow’s Hug & Pint venue in the month that marks 22 years since his death.

The announcement comes 22 years to the day since Cobain passed. Dubbed the most intimate rock documentary of all time, the Emmy-nominated film will bring together music and film in the Hug & Pint music venue on Glasgow’s Great Western Road on Tuesday 19th April 2016.

Created with a DIY spirit, the first People’s Film Collective event saw the team behind Tenement TV fuse together music and film in a unique setting showing of Romeo & Juliet in Glasgow’s newest arts venue, Saint Luke’s church. The venue was transformed into one of the film’s most iconic parts, with suspended neon crosses, flowers, candles and fairy lights reminiscent of the film’s closing church scene. Bands The Bar Dogs and Barrie-James O’Neill played on the grand stage, belting out tracks to the Montague and Capulet crowd.

The People’s Film Collective said: “We were blown away by the response from our launch event and it was amazing to see so many like-minded people come together for the love of film and music in Glasgow. We want to continue to put on great events and feel this very intimate Montage of Heck screening will do just the trick!

TPFC continued: “We’re a film club with a difference. We aim to celebrate Pop Culture and inspired artistic vision. What’s really important is that we put on events which really capture the spirit of what The People’s Film Collective is all about.

The music line-up for the next TPFC event will be announced in the coming days ahead of the event. A very limited amount of tickets are on sale now priced £5 plus booking fee via Eventbrite.