Shalom Montreal Screening

Sunday, August 5 at 2 p.m.

Liam Maloney, © 2001. National Film Board of Canada. All rights reserved.

Shalom Montreal Screening: Socalled by Garry Beitel

Shalom Montreal

This feature-length documentary is a dynamic kaleidoscopic portrait of Socalled (as known as Josh Dolgin), a multi-disciplinary musician and artist whose unique blend of klezmer, hip hop and funk is blasting through the boundaries that separate music of different cultures, eras and generations.

Socalled is unstoppable: a pianist, singer, arranger, rapper, producer and composer – as well as magician, filmmaker and visual artist. The Socalled movie offers a nuanced picture of an individual who’s artistically fearless (NFB).

Presented in relation to the exhibition Shalom Montreal: Stories and Contributions of the Jewish Community.
Much more activities are presented as part of the exhibition, discover the complete screening schedule, the concerts and the discussions!

Free activity
Duration: one hour and a half
Location: J. Armand Bombardier Theatre at the McCord Museum

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