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BOB MARLEY’S popularity is greater than ever, with his songs beloved the world over and his message of love, unity and justice an inspiration to millions of people. Now, 30 years after his tragic death from cancer at the age of 36, the story of Marley’s life is told in this monumental film. Beginning with his early days growing up in poverty in Jamaica and tracing his rise to international superstardom, the movie comprises rare archival footage, incredible live performances and revelatory interviews with members of his family and some of his closest friends. This is the definitive portrait of arguably the most influential musician of all time.

About the director

Kevin Macdonald is a Scottish filmmaker. He has over a dozen documentary films to his credit, including One Day in September (1999), which won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. In 2006 he directed his first narrative feature film, The Last King of Scotland, starring Forest Whitaker, and followed that up with State of Play (2009), featuring Russell Crowe. Marley is his most recent film.



Screening Times

Wed 19 Sept, 7.30pm, Queen’s Hall
This is the opening night film of the ttff/12, and we are pleased to announce that director Kevin Macdonald will be present to introduce the film. Limited tickets for sale – call 621.0709.