First show: November 16
Carl Theodor Dreyer’s masterful poetic dream film VAMPYR (1932) follows the footsteps of drifter Allan Gray into a world of shadow and lurking menace. Surreal, atmospheric example of early horror, beautifully photographed by Rudolph Maté. Special screening on 16mm! Preceded by a rarely-screened surprise short film from 1930.
Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer. Germany/France. 1932. 73 minutes.
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VAMPYR (16mm): Upcoming Showtimes