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Dracula – Interwar Films

  • Wed 24 Jun 2015
  • 7:00PM
Imported 2153
Imported 2153

Austrian Cultural Forum London

28 Rutland GateLondon SW7 1PQ


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Bela Lugosi stars in this first ‘official’ adaptation of Bram Stokers novel. Shot in 1931 and directed by Tod Browning the horror film is one of Lugosi’s most iconic roles. The Austrian cameraman Karl Freund, well known at the time for his work on Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, also contributed to the film’s enduring popularity and is believed to have co-directed it.

US 1931, 85 mins, directed by Tod Browning and Karl Freund (uncredited)

The ACF London’s Cineclub series presents a selection of films from the interwar period to coincide with the Swept Away Festival at King’s Place, London (19 –21 June 2015). The four films screened at the ACF London includeSonnenstrahl, Sunrise: A Song of two Humans, Menschen am Sonntag and Dracula. The films capture the mood of these turbulent years and illustrate the change in cinematic language from silent films to the rise of the talkie.