Classic horror: from Caligari to zombies

The evolution of horror cinema, from the early art experiments, as Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari (Germany, 1920) by Robert Weine and Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens (Germany, 1922) by F.W. Murnau, to the work of recognized masters as Tod Browning, Roger Corman and Mario Bava, but also the discovery and success of those charcters who became symbols of a genre (Dracula, Frankenstein, the zombie) and related iconic actors (Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee, Vincent Price and Barbara Steele, honoured at 37TFF with Gran Premio Torino 2019). A panel named after the book, edited by Emanuela Martini, Il castoro press, on TFF’s 2019 retrospective It could work! and purchasable untill Dec. 1st at Mole Antonelliana’s bookstore with a 15% discount.

It will happen Thursday Nov. 28th, h. 11.00 am, at Cinema Massimo’s Sala Soldati, free entrance upon availability. Speakers: Massimo Causo, Steve Della Casa, Davide Di Giorgio, Mauro Gervasini, Roberto Manassero, Emiliano Morreale, Federico Pedroni. Moderator: Emanuela Martini.