Film Screening with live music Nosferatu

Nosferatu ©Kino Lorber

Wed, 10/26/2022

18:30

Goethe-Institut Boston

Accompanied live by Ellyott on the 100th anniversay of the silent classic

Please register Thomas Hutter is secretary to an estate agent in Wisborg, where he lives happily with his wife Ellen. One day his boss sends him to Transylvania on business, to negotiate with Baron Orlok about purchasing a house. His wife Ellen senses that something is amiss, she is aware of the danger which threatens her husband, but he will not be held back. It is night-time before Hutter meets the strange master of the castle - the latter signs the contract. When Hutter wakes the next morning, he discovers small red marks on his neck and guesses the horrors to come. Orlok is a vampire. Hutter flees the castle at once, afraid that the ghost is on his way to his wife.
One day a ship with no one at the helm lands at Wisborg, its cargo bringing plague, death and ruin to the inhabitants. The dead all have the same red marks on their necks. Ellen recognizes the challenge, and in order to put an end to the disaster, she sacrifices herself and surrenders to the vampire. The mysterious form dissolves into the air in the first light of the next morning.

If you would like to participate in our pre- and post-movie discussion in German (6:00pm - 9:15pm), please email us at germancourses-boston@goethe.de

Director: F.W. Murnau
Germany 1922, 94 min

Ellyott Ellyott©Ido Izak

Accompanied live by Ellyott, a veteran Tel-Aviv/ London musician and dj, performing a daring new score, invoking techno, art rock and classical music and using hand-controlled electronica and a re-wired guitar. Ellyott began composing for film and TV in 2005, and has since written and performed many soundtracks, most notably the award winning ‘’Pizza in Auschwitz’’.
In cooperation with the Consulate General of Israel to New England.

Please note: Masks are optional but all are encouraged to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID. Please monitor yourself for exposure and illness. If you yourself test positive, learn that you have had close contact with a person who has tested positive, or are experiencing symptoms of COVID, we ask that you remain home.
 

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