His People (U*)

13 November 2012
Cinema 1

Standard - £12.50 online /
£13.50 on the door

Barbican Members - £10 online /
£10.80 on the door

Concessions £9.50 online /
£10.50 on the door

See below for details on how to redeem a free ticket to the after party in the Cinema 1 foyer

subject to availability
 sold out

A rare opportunity to see one of the most evocative films of the 1920s with a new, live score.

The sights and smells of New York’s bustling immigrant Jewish Lower East Side have seldom been captured better than in this sparkling tale of a generational clash of cultures. The two sons of a Jewish migrant family opt for different paths in life and love, but as the story progresses, assumptions about good and bad are soon firmly challenged.

A classic morality tale with a bold, contemporary cinematic feel, accompanied by an improvised live soundtrack from Sophie Solomon, (violinist and Artistic Director of the Jewish Music Institute), Quentin Collins (trumpet), Ian Watson (accordion) and Grant Windsor (piano). Text from Jewish Music Institute.

Produced by the UK Jewish Film Festival in partnership with Jewish Music Institute and Barbican Film.

USA 1925 Dir Edward Sloman 93 min
In English with Intertitles

The first 130 ticket holders will receive a complimentary ticket to the after party in the Cinema 1 foyer and will be notified in advance of the screening. Please note: After party tickets can be collected after the screening, upon presentation of your cinema ticket, from the gala ticket desk in the Cinema 1 foyer.

Part of Silent Film & Live Music Series

Barbican offer the best new film releases alongside a unique programme of special seasons and events


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