Nosferatu (1922)–1 hour 34 minutes
Rejuvenating silent film classics with live music, the Andrew Alden Ensemble brings an exciting new score to the iconic Nosferatu.
F.W.’s Murnau’s German expressionist horror film is revered as one of the scariest Dracula adaptations ever made. The film was shot in the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania during the early days of film.
The new score by the Andrew Alden Ensemble compliments the horror of the film, and the classic story of Dracula with the sensibilities of classical chamber music and the distinct edge of rock. The music, featuring piano, violin/viola, synthesizers, percussion and electric sound design, will be performed in person during the showing of the film, giving audiences a new experience of this memorable classic.
In this adaptation of Bram Stroker’s classic novel, Dracula. Real Estate agent, Thomas Hutter (Gustav von Wangenheim) is dispatched to Count Orlock’s (Max Schreck) castle in Transylvania to sell the Count a house in Winbourg, Germany. During his stay, strange events begin to occur causing Hutter to feel as though a dark shadow has been hanging over him. He begins to suspect the Count is not entirely human, but by this time the Count is already traveling to Wisbourg causing death along the way.