Just in time for Halloween, the Indianapolis Museum of Art and Butler University screen the classic vampire flick Nosferatu on Thursday, October 29, 2009. Tickets are $9.00 for Indianapolis people, $5.00 for IMA museum members, and FREE for Indianapolis kids with a student ID. The film begins promptly at 7:00 pm, as do the chills and thrills of Halloween!
One of the first horror films in movie history, Nosferatu is a perfect example of early cinematic history. The story, based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula, follows the reclusive nobleman Count Orlok. Orlok is considered by the townspeople to be grotesque and odd. His vampire habits strike fear into the hearts of men, women and children. F.W. Murnau’s atmospheric masterpiece will wow the Indianapolis art scene this Thursday at the IMA.
The stylistically chilling silent film, Nosferatu, will be accompanied by Butler University’s Ensemble 48, a group of graduate composer students with edgy ideas. Prior to the screening on Thursday at the IMA, a short pre-film talk will be hosted by Butler University Fairbanks Professor and Media Arts Department Chair Kenneth Creech.
Do not miss your chance to see one of the best 100 films of the 20th century, as designated by the Village Voice. Head to the Toby Theatre in the IMA for a truly original scary movie. Looking for more chills and thrills this week? Check out all of the great fun things to do in Indianapolis on Fun City Finder.com. For Halloween specific fun read about the Halloween Happenings at Conner Praire, the 63rd Annual Historic Irving Halloween Festival, and other Chills, Thrills, and Halloween Fun in Indianapolis.
Stay tuned to Fun City Finder.com throughout the holiday season for all the latest on seasonal Indianapolis events and Indianapolis attractions. And do not forget to see Nosferatu at the IMA on Thursday, October 29, 2010. Spooky, scary fun is all over the Circle City waiting for you to ghost hunt it out!
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