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F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu

F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (1922) continues to haunt — and, indeed, terrify — modern audiences.

In this first-ever screen adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, a simple real-estate transaction leads an intrepid businessman deep into the superstitious heart of Transylvania. There he encounters the otherworldly Count Orlok (portrayed by the legendary Max Schreck)…

This new restoration of Nosferatu, released as part of Eureka Entertainment’s Masters of Cinema Series has been meticulously prepared and looks truly outstanding. It will allow a new generation to experience afresh one of the greatest of all cinematographic horrors, and a monument of German expressionism, looking better than ever. The film is uncanny, legitimately terrifying – to see it on the big screen in the midst of the Halloween season will make for an unforgettable experience.

Venues

25 August 2013 Empire, Leicester Square, London
20 September 2013 Cineworld, Cambridge
28 September 2013 Cambridge Arts Picturehouse
24 October 2013 BFI Southbank (NFT1), London
25 October 2013 IFI, Dublin
25-27 October 2013 GFT, Glasgow
25 October 2013 – 7 November 2013 BFI Southbank, London
25-31 October 2013 Curzon Soho, London
25-31 October 2013 Picturehouse at Fact, Liverpool
25-31 October 2013 Cameo, Edinburgh
25, 29-31 October 2013 IFI, Dublin
27 October 2013 Rio Cinema, London
27, 31 October 2013 Belmont Picturehouse, Aberdeen
27, 28 October 2013 Abbeygate Picturehouse, Bury St. Edmunds
27, 31 October 2013 City Screen Picturehouse, York
27-30 October 2013 QFT, Belfast
30 October 2013 The Venue, Lincoln
30-31 October 2013 Lexi, London
31 October 2013 Ritzy Picturehouse, London
31 October 2013 Clapham Picturehouse, London
31 October 2013 Hackney Picturehouse, London
31 October 2013 Greenwich Picturehouse, London
31 October 2013 Stratford Picturehouse, London
31 October 2013 Picturehouse, Exeter
31 October 2013 Harbour Lights Picturehouse, Southampton
31 October 2013 Little Theatre Bath, Bath
31 October 2013 No. 6 Cinema, Portsmouth
31 October 2013 Cinema City, Norwich
31 October 2013 Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle
31 October 2013 Arts Centre, Cambridge
31 October 2013 Regal Picturehouse, Henley-On-Thames
31 October 2013 Grosvenor, Hillhead, Glasgow
31 October 2013 Bridport Bridport Arts Centre
31 October 2013 Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge
31 October 2013 The Mareel, Shetland Islands
31 October 2013 Screen on the Green, London
31 October 2013 Triskel Arts Centre, Cork
3 November 2013 Gate Picturehouse, Notting Hill, London
31 October 2013 Dukes at Komedia, Brighton (exclusive)
31 October 2013 Picturehouse, Oxford
31 October 2013 Picturehouse, Stratford Upon Avon
2 November 2013 Kirkstall Abbey, Leeds
2 November 2013 National Media Museum, Bradford
3 November 2013 Duke of Yorks Picturehouse, Brighton
11 November 2013 Greenwich Picturehouse, London
12 November 2013 The Torch, Milford Haven
14 November 2013 Hackney Picturehouse, London
18 November 2013 Peninsula Arts Centre, Plymouth
21 November 2013 Ritzy Picturehouse, London
2 December 2013 Clapham Picturehouse, London
4 December 2013 The Poly, Falmouth Arts Centre, Falmouth

 

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