Vancouver International Film Festival presents Nosferatu 100 by Big Kill: A Symphony of Horror on October 4

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      Director F.W. Murnau’s hugely influential horror classic, Nosferatu, is marking its centenary this year, and the Vancouver International Film Festival has found a unique way to celebrate.

      On October 4 at 8 pm VIFF will present a screening of the 1922 film within the gothic confines of the 89-year-old St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church.

      And the score will be performed live by local pop duo Big Kill, the latest project from We Are the City's Cayne McKenzie and Andrew Huculiak.

      Tickets for A Symphony of Horror are priced at $18 ($25 including live audio recording download) and you can find them here.

      The 41st annual Vancouver International Film Festival runs from September 29 to October 9 at various Vancouver venues and features some of the best cinema from around the globe, plus other events celebrating film and film culture.