Live Music Cinema vol.10
every Wednesday at 9:00pm(UTC+2)
Live music performance with an old silent film.
-Frankenstein(1910)- 100 years ago, J. Searle Dawley wrote and directed Frankenstein. It took him three days to shoot the short, 12-minute film (when most films were actually shot in just one day). It marked the first time that Mary Shelley’s literary creation was adapted to film. And, somewhat notably, Thomas Edison had a hand (albeit it an indirect one) in making the film. The first Frankenstein was shot at Edison Studios, the production company owned by the famous inventor.
music performance by Hoshiko Yamane