Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans – A Screening by Little Cinema on March 22, 2016

Little Cinema will screen the 1927 classic silent film  Pills Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans by F.W. Murnauon at Cheap Order how much does lotrisone cream cost House of Yes on Tuesday, March 22. The film will be scored live by composer and cellist Brent Arnold and Lullabies for Falling Empires, with additional visuals by cloud engineer Jamie Hook. It’s bound to be a beautiful night, and a new and different way to experience this silent masterpiece.

Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans online , directed by F.W. Murnau (Nosferatu), is considered by many to be the art of wordless cinema at its zenith.  Famous for its iconic film sequences involving light and shadow, double exposure, and seamless scene transitions, the 1927 silent film stylistically fuses together the visual aesthetics of German Expressionism with an American narrative.

Bored with his wife and his simple life, a farmer falls for a city girl who convinces him to drown his wife so they can run away together. When it comes time for him to do the deed, he realizes he can’t.  He follows his wife into the city after she flees from him attempting to apologize and reconcile. Eventually, as they find their way through the madness of the city, she forgives him, and they rediscover their love for one another.

The film has been digitally remastered and will be played in full HD.

Brent Arnold is a cellist and composer whose music incorporates electronics, unorthodox instrumental technique, and elements of rock, jazz, and North African and Arabic music. He worked closely with Louis C.K. to create music for the show Louie, and is a founding member of Ghost Quartet with Dave Malloy.  He has worked with artists including The Antlers, Reggie Watts, Jherek Bischoff, DJ/Rupture, Sleater-Kinney, Filastine, Eyvind Kang and Modest Mouse.


Location: House of YES, 2 Wyckoff Ave Brooklyn, NY 11237

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