Solange announces museum screening tour for extended director’s cut of ‘When I Get Home’ film

The extended cut will feature 'new scenes and musical arrangements'

Solange has just announced that she’s teaming up with museums and art institutions throughout the United States and Europe to screen an extended director’s cut of the When I Get Home film.

The flick, which accompanied her most recent album, was directed by Solange alongside contributing directors Alan Ferguson, Terence Nance, Jacolby Satterwhite, and Ray Tintori. When I Get Home paid homage to Houston, Texas alongside tracks from the album, and the new cut will feature “new scenes and musical arrangements,” according to a press release.

The screenings will be held at artistic locations like Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris, starting at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas on July 17th.

Check out the full list of screening dates below.
 

“When I was younger I would fear what the people called the Holy Spirit and what it would do to the men and women around me,” Solange explained of the film. “I never wanted it to catch me, and was terrified of how it might transform me if it did! Much of this film is a surrendering to that fear. After a really tough health year and the loss of the body that I once knew, the film is an invitation for that same spirit to manifest through me and the work I want to continue.”