SCOTTISH premiere screenings and Q&As with directors feature in Doc’n Roll, a music documentary festival coming to Scotland for the first time.

The programme features the story of a jazz great in Pure Love: The Voice of Ella Fitzgerald as well as It Must Schwing: The Blue Note Story, and How They Got Over: Gospel Quartets And The Road To Rock ’n’ Roll, which explores rock’s roots in gospel.

Other featured documentaries include The Library Music Film, Paul Elliott and Sean Lamberth’s look at the secret history of music composed for film and TV from the late 1960s to the mid-1980s.

Musicians-turned-directors Gina Birch (The Raincoats) and Helen Reddington (The Chefs) will be on hand for a Q&A after a screening of their film Stories From The She Punks which features new interviews with women punk musicians such as Au Pairs frontwoman Lesley Wood and Palmolive from The Slits.

This month’s event is Doc’n Roll’s first time in Scotland since launching in London in 2014. Morven Masterton, the festival’s Fife-born director, says she is also finalising plans to bring it to Glasgow in June.

Masterton says her personal favourite in the programme is Shut Up And Play The Piano, director Philipp Jedicke’s unorthodox look at the “outrageous genius” of Canadian Chilly Gonzales.

Jedicke will introduce the screening of the film about the Grammy award-winning musician.

“He has performed in Edinburgh a few times,” Masterton says of Gonzales. “If you’ve seen him live you’ll love this look at the man and his alter ego; it captures his eccentricity, energy and talent in such a playful and entertaining way.”

April 25 to 28, Cameo, Edinburgh, various times and prices.