Film Programme at the Caligari FilmBühne
Nosferatu – A Symphony of Horror
With live music by Ensemble L’Arsenale
Director Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau
A film from the collection of the Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau Foundation
Arguably the most timeless vampire film every made, "Nosferatu" celebrated its premiere in March 1922. To mark the 100th anniversary, a performance of the restored version will be presented at the Caligari FilmBühne in cooperation with the Italian Cultural Institute Cologne, with live music provided by L'Arsenale di Treviso
A young couple lives peacefully in the small town of Wisborg. Disaster ensues when the husband has to travel to Transylvania on business to visit Count Orloc.
"Nosferatu" is a darkly poetic film – a milestone in film history – which still stuns on the big screen today and puts many subsequent attempts to shame.
- Pre-show talk: Christiane von Wahlert (Board of Directors, Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau Foundation).
- Price: 9 € / discounted 8 € (tickets via Caligari FilmBühne).
- Organiser: Deutsches Filminstititut & Filmmuseum