ROOM 2- Music is a tool to increase peace and understanding in Palestine. A remarkable look at the thriving Palestinian underground scene.
Palestine Underground by Boiler Room, 4:3 and Ma3azef documents the resilience of a burgeoning music scene undeterred and fuelled by political restrictions, building bridges through a shared sound and identity.
For the past ten years, Palestinian music collective Jazar Crew have been fostering a vibrant party scene in Haifa, as an alternative to the mainstream club scene in Israel.
Thanks to the internet, they connected with artist in Ramallah, Palestine, and defied the separation wall to travel to the West Bank and organise events with Techno DJs Sama’ and Oddz, and members of the tantalising hip hop and trap scene, with collectives like Saleb Wahad and Bltnm.
Palestine Underground follows a week in the life of these artists and friends, in the lead up to the first Boiler Room in Ramallah in June this year.
A part of Contemporary Scenes - uncovering underground collectives, artists and subcultures from across the world.
The screening will be followed by a Q & A with producer Jess Kelly
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