The cycle starts today with the screening of “Faust”, by F. W. Murnau, a German silent film from 1926, based on Goethe's masterpiece, referred to Casa do Cinema de Coimbra, in a press release sent to Lusa agency. This is followed, on the 11th, by the screening of “The Night of the Living Dead”, by George A. Romero, a 1968 work in which the two main characters have to “fight to survive as the dead rise from their graves to feed on the living”.
Night of the living Dead (1968) TRAILER
On the 18th, “The Little Shop of Horrors”, a 1960s film by Roger Corman, is projected on the screen of the Casa do Cinema, and on the 25th, the cycle ends with “Carnaval das Almas”, an American independent horror work, from 1962, by director Herk Harvey. All sessions of the cycle will take place on Wednesdays at 9:30pm with the cost of the ticket fixed at four euros, being free for members of Caminhos do Cinema Português, Center for Cinematographic Studies and Fila K Cineclube, the three entities that manage Coimbra's House of Cinema.
Coimbra's Casa do Cinema was created in May this year, reactivating the Galerias Avenida room, in the center of the city, which had been closed for about 12 years.