List of Punk movies. List contain best films relating to the Punk subculture.

punk movies

Punk movies by alphabetical order:

24 Hour Party People
Docudrama on the Manchester music scene of the 1980s and ’90s. 24 Hour Party People traces the rise and fall of bands like Joy Division, New Order, and Happy Mondays–bands whose success in the U.S. was limited, but whose impact in Europe (and England in particular) was phenomenal. It all centers around the record label that spawned these bands, Factory Records, and its impresario Tony Wilson (Steve Coogan), a man both ludicrous in his self-absorption and brilliant in his willingness to go out on a limb for bands he likes.

American Hardcore
American Hardcore is a documentary directed by Paul Rachman and written by Steven Blush. It is based on the book American Hardcore: A Tribal History also written by Blush.

Another State of Mind
The documentary details the ambitious journey of an early Social Distortion and Youth Brigade and a small road crew as they tour across the U.S. and Canada.

Afro-Punk: The Rock is a documentary film directed by James Spooner, exploring race identity within the punk scene across America and abroad.

Brothers of the Head
Brothers of the Head is a 2005 mockumentary featuring the story of Tom and Barry Howe, based on the 1977 novel of the same name by science fiction writer Brian Aldiss.

Border Radio
Border Radio is a 1987 independent film directed by Allison Anders, Dean Lent and Kurt Voss.

Breaking Glass
Breaking Glass is a 1980 British film starring Hazel O’Connor, Phil Daniels and Jonathan Pryce.

The Clash: Westway to the World
Documentary film about the British punk rock band The Clash. Directed by Don Letts.

Control is a 2007 biographical film about the life of Ian Curtis, singer of the late-1970s English post-punk band Joy Division.

Dogs in Space
Dogs in Space centers on a group of young music fans sharing a house in the inner Melbourne suburb of Richmond.

End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones
Documentary film about highly influential New York punk rock band the Ramones. The film tells the story of the Ramones from their beginnings in Forest Hills, Queens and earliest performances at New York’s CBGB’s to their unexpected induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002.

Garage Days
Garage Days is a 2002 Australian film directed by Alex Proyas and written by Proyas.

Filth and the Fury
The Filth and the Fury is a 2000 rockumentary film about the Sex Pistols directed by Julien Temple.

King of Punk
The King of Punk documentary is directed and produced by Kenneth van Schooten and Julie van Schooten.

New York Doll
New York Doll is a documentary based on the life of former New York Dolls member Arthur Kane.

Punk: Attitude
Punk: Attitude is a film by Don Letts. It explores the “punk” revolution, genre and following from its beginning in the mid 1970s up to its effect on modern rock music and other genres.

The Punk Rock Movie
The Punk Rock Movie was assembled from Super 8 camera footage shot by Don Letts, the disc jockey at The Roxy club during the early days of the UK punk rock movement.

Punk’s Not Dead
Punk’s Not Dead is a 2007 documentary film directed by Susan Dynner.

Rude Boy
Rude Boy is a 1980 British film directed by Jack Hazan and David Mingay and filmed in 1978 and early 1979. The film, part fiction, part rockumentary, tells the story of Ray Gange, a Clash fan…

Who Killed Nancy
Who Killed Nancy? is a British documentary film directed by Alan G. Parker.

What We Do Is Secret
What We Do Is Secret is a 2007 American biographical film about Darby Crash, singer of the late-1970s Los Angeles punk rock band the Germs.

X: The Unheard Music
Rockumentary film directed by W.T. Morgan about the Los Angeles punk band X.