Welcome to the Mascoma Film Society, Fall 2017 offerings.
Look out for three Kids’ Specials on a Friday each month.
We have a not-to-be-missed Halloween special with the
renowned Jeff Rapsis accompanying Nosferatu.
And, as always, we will have themed concession surprises.
NOSFERATU, with accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis (1922)(1 hr 21 m)
Director: F.W. Murnau
Nosferatu (1922), the first screen adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel “Dracula,” will be screened with live music performed by New Hampshire-based silent film accompanist Jeff Rapsis. Remains a landmark work of the cinematic horror genre. It was among the first movies to use visual design to contribute to an overall sense of terror. Time has made this unusual film seem even more strange and otherworldly.
“The original ‘Nosferatu’ is a film that seems to get creepier as more time goes by,” said Rapsis, a resident of Bedford, N.H. who ranks as one of the nation’s leading silent film accompanists.
Mascoma Film Society is a student/faculty/
These showings are free and open to the public.
All shows are on either Wednesday or Friday and
begin at 6:30 pm.
Donations are welcome.
Showings take place in the Mascoma Regional High School Auditorium, Canaan, New Hampshire.
For further information, contact the MFS here.
Many thanks to our sponsors, Mascoma Savings Bank and the Movie Market.