Re-discovering Mary Magdalene is a DVD, still available from Star Wisdom Store, produced and narrated by Lila Sophia and David Tresemer, from 2005, which is part of the collection at the Reading Room.
I picked this up as part of my personal research, and for a short-lived study group I helped organize, on the topic of Magdalene as a suggested theme for BC Witchcamp, back in ’08.
“Who was Mary Magdalene? In 600 AD, Pope Gregory labeled her a penitent prostitute. Yet there are no direct reference in the Bible to confirm this label—none! The Christian Gospels do tell us, however, that she was permitted to perform the anointing of Jesus Christ, a task traditionally reserved for the senior priestess in the Isis tradition. Who is this mysterious woman and how do we find her?
This film incorporates excerpts from the theatrical production ‘My Magdalene,’ along with research on the making of that play, including visits to sacred sites in Europe and the Middle East. The community brought together to produce the play becomes a Mary Magdalene community. Take a journey of Remembrance to the roots of the Sacred Feminine in western culture.” — back cover