Ron Fricke’s Baraka

Chris Horkan

10 February 2017 Tickets from £14.00 — Book now

American director Ron Fricke’s non-verbal, non-narrative feature film Baraka is the subject of Video Jam’s latest and possibly most ambitious event to date.

The 1992 epic, shot in 25 countries, will be accompanied by a live soundtrack provided by the likes of Flamingods and Manchester’s own O>L>A – with two more of the six musical sections written by RNCM composers Daniel Lim and Eldad Diamant and performed by RNCM students.

10 February 2017 Tickets from £14.00 Book now

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