Tuesday, October 31, 2017

See the Classic "Nosferatu" with a New Score

In 1922, German Film Director F. W. Murnau created Nosferatu. It is an unauthorized adaptation of the previously released Bram Stoker's Dracula, and known as one of the most terrifying versions ever made. It tells the story of a vampire called Nosferatu and Count Orlok and it was created in the mountains of Transylvania in 1921. Even if you aren't familiar with the film or the characters, we're sure you have seen  images from the movie over the years.
Tonight you have the chance to see this iconic silent film with a new soundtrack. Members of Ancient Language have teamed up with the Andrew Alden Ensemble to create a new score for the film. They have been playing the score live with the movie in several cities and tonight they will be performing in Hamtramck at Ant Hall. This will be an awesome experience and is the perfect way to spend Halloween night.

Admission to tonight's event is free. Doors are set to open 8 p.m., but the bar at Ghost Light will be open at 7. Nosferatu is set to start at 9 p.m. For more info on this event, click here.


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