Sunday 5 July 18:30
Join Cample Line on Sunday 5 July at 6:30pm for a communal viewing of A Magical Substance Flows Into Me, followed by a live discussion at 8:00pm.
The film will be available to watch from 6:30pm on Sunday 5 July until 12 July through Cample Line's website.
Book your ticket for the online discussion and see the ticket sliding scale here.
All ticket proceeds from this screening will be donated to Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust and Show Racism the Red Card Scotland.
SDH subtitles for d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing will be available via the CC button in the video player
A Magical Substance Flows Into Me weaves through musical traditions of various communities living in and around Jerusalem. Jumana Manna took as her starting point German-Jewish ethnomusicologist Robert Lachmann’s field recordings of ‘Oriental’ groups in Palestine in the 1930s and his Oriental Music radio series made for the Palestinian Broadcasting Service (1920-1948). In the film we follow Manna as she revisits the communities that Lachmann studied, visiting homes, offices, recording studios, and places of worship.