Soundrotation and Rebuild Foundation present a special musical screening and discussion of the culturally acclaimed documentary, I Called Him Morgan.
‘I Called Him Morgan’ (2016) is an exploration of the relationship between jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan and his common-law wife Helen, who was implicated in his murder in 1972.
Hosted by DJ-in-Residence, Duane Powell, join us in journeying down the histories of music’s hidden figures. Screening begins at 3pm, followed by a community discussion, moderated by Duane. Join us!
This event is free and open to the public, please RSVP.
All film screenings are free. RSVPs through Eventbrite open approximately two weeks before a screening. While seats are not guaranteed, RSVPing through Eventbrite will grant primary access to the screening room when doors open 30 minutes before a screening.
If Eventbrite lists the screening as “sold out,” you can join the online waitlist. If online ticket holders cancel their order, you will be given the option to be assigned an RSVP. (You must claim the RSVP within 24 hours to be moved from the waitlist.)
Doors open 30 minutes before the screening starts. Each person in your party must arrive to the screening early to take advantage of their RSVP. Seats cannot be saved.
Any walk up attendees who do not have an RSVP will be placed on an onsite waitlist. If seats remain at five minutes before showtime, waitlisted attendees will be let in, in the order they arrived. The onsite waitlist is first-come, first-serve.