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October 24, 2021

Nosferatu screened in Dracula exhibit

German cinema classic ‘Nosferatu’ will be screened on Sunday within the exhibit ‘Dracula – prince and vampire,’ at the National Art Museum (MNAR) in the capital. The musical background will be performed by Enuiea ensemble, a group of traditional old Romanian music. The screening will be held in the exhibit’s last hall, dedicated to the evolution of Dracula’s image and of vampires in world movie making. ‘Nosferatu,’ a classic production of German expressionist cinema, was released in 1922, directed by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau and starring Max Schreck. The exhibition was opened by the MNAR in collaboration with the Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum and the Innsbruck Ambras Castle and runs until October 10.
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