Luke Haines documentary 'Art Will Save the World' - trailer
The 70-minute Art Will Save the World has been directed by Niall McCann and will screen at the Rich Mix venue at 7pm on July 6.
"Singer Songwriter Luke Haines flies back to his homeland to discuss his life on film," read the Redemption Films description of the project.
"Wary of the idea of a film about his life and weary from the long plane ride home from Buenos Aires. While left waiting to go on set, he attempts to piece together his life."
The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with the singer-songwriter and filmmaker and a live performance by Haines.
"Luke Haines is regularly described as one of the greatest English contemporary songwriters, who launched Britpop and jumped ship as soon as it set sail," said festival organisers.
"His wry commentaries respect few boundaries and his musical arrangements are uniquely suited to both the worlds of music and film.
"Art Will Save the World explores the work, legacy, struggles, battles and future of this perennial outsider of Britpop and the British music scene. "
Haines next month releases the career-spanning two-disc Outsider/In compilation.