Nosferatu @ the O

Tonight from 7:30-9:30 at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s Patrick F. Taylor Library will be a screening of the German Expressionist silent film classic Nosferatu, with live accompaniment from a visiting multi-instrumentalist and composer, Graham Reynolds.

Here is part of the invite I received:

Film at the O presents a special Halloween “live cinema” treat: Austin, Texas composer and multi-instrumentalist Graham Reynolds (A Scanner Darkly, Golden Arm Trio) performs, for one-night only, his original score to accompany a screening of the Expressionist silent film vampire classic “Nosferatu” (F.M. Murnau, 1922, 81 minutes) on Wednesday, October 27 in the Ogden’s Patrick F. Taylor Library at 8 p.m. In what has become a cult ritual (and fiercely sought after ticket), Reynolds has accompanied the film, either solo or with various collaborators and in various incarnations, at Austin’s famed Alamo Drafthouse each Halloween weekend. Don’t miss this opportunity to see it live here in New Orleans!

 

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