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Nosferatu

Hey Fans!

We saw Nosferatu a few years ago at Tampa Theater and I heard more than one Fan mention wanting to see it. So here is your chance.

For those not in the know. Nosferatu (1922)was a pioneering film in both the genres of Horror and the German Expressionism movement. There was even a special effect that surprised me that they figured out how to do so long ago.

It's a silent film with an organist.  The Theatre actually encourages boos and cheers during the show. (They do serve wine and beer).

 

We'll meet on the mezzanine, because the lobby could get crowded. Give yourself plenty of time for parking and getting tickets, There could be a crowd.

We will rendezvous at the curb across the street from the theater to  choose our After-movie. I'm partial to Urban Cantina, but we have other options and I'll be a team player.

As always:  Please RSVP responsibly!

 

Nosferatu

One Show Only!
Sunday, October 28th at 3:00 PM

Restored Authorized Version!
Silent film with live organ accompaniment by Steven Ball at the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ!

“AN AMAZINGLY VIBRANT RESTORATION.” – Richard Brody THE NEW YORKER

“A Symphony of Horror.” – Dave Kehr, The New York Times

At A Glance: A silent classic 1922 German Expressionist horror film based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula One of the first films to take on the daunting task of actually filming on-location in Germany in lieu of the exaggerated studio sets prevalent at the time. Vampire Count Orlok expresses interest in a new residence and real estate agent Hutter’s wife.

 

Film Prices at Box Office
$12 Adults; $10 Child 2 -12, Senior 55+, Military, Tampa Theatre Members, Children under 2 Free

Director: F.W. Murnau
Writer: Henrik Galeen with adaptation from Bram Stroker’s novel, Dracula

Not Rated/1922 (Restored)/84min/Silent with subtitles

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  • Wayne R.

    The event was great fun. The organist, Steve Ball, played a great score and nailed the sync with onscreen cues, adding occasional percussion effects to underscore character actions. This early film can't be judged by modern cinema standards, so let's just say that it was impressive given the limitations of the technology and the circumstances. Heck, it even had a matte shot at the end.

    October 29, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    A very unique experience.

    October 28, 2012

  • Paula R

    Had a great time. Really enjoyed meeting everyone :) loved the organ accompaniment.

    October 28, 2012

  • Lee

    I'm sorry that I NoShowed my own Meetup, Fans. With the surgery coming up, I was talked out of it by my own people. That's got to mean something positive.

    October 28, 2012

  • Chris

    It was a great experience seeing a silent movie in the Theatre with the organ!

    October 28, 2012

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