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Vampyr - 90th Anniversary (PG)

22-25 May

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Key

  • A Autism friendly
  • C Captioned
  • D Dementia friendly

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Friday 20 May (16.15)All tickets £6.50

The first foray into sound filmmaking by one of cinema's pivotal artists, Vampyr remains a cornerstone work of the horror genre. The dreamlike tale of an occult-obsessed student's visit to a small French village, as he is drawn into the unsettling mystery around a stricken family's struggle with malevolent forces, remains an unparalleled evocation of the uncanny.

Adapting the haunted stories of Sheridan Le Fanu, Carl Theodor Dreyer's ceaseless innovation delivers a tour-de-force of supernatural phantasmagoria and creeping unease, via audacious camerawork and sound design.

Presented from an all-new 2K restoration by the Danish Film Institute, supported by the MEDIA program Creative Europe, and taking more than a decade to complete – materials from several European archives (including the BFI, CNC and DFI) have been meticulously scanned and assessed to create the highest quality and most faithful version of Vampyr possible.

Now unveiled for the film’s 90th anniversary, one of the most visually and aurally distinctive horror films ever made finally makes its return to UK cinema screens, in a definitive incarnation that achieves the full experience Dreyer intended audiences to have.

As close as you get to a poem on film

Guillermo Del Toro

★★★★★ A vampire film like no other

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  • Director Carl Theodor Dreyer
  • Cast Maurice Schultz, Sybille Schmitz, Julian West
  • Country Germany/France
  • Year of Production 1932
  • Language German with English subtitles
  • Running Time 1h13m
  • Certificate PG
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