Matthew Daintrey-Hall: A symphony of terror – 100 years of Nosferatu

Speaker: Matthew Daintrey-Hall

Join us for a spine-chilling celebration of a hundred years of Nosferatu. This talk will examine the aesthetic achievements of the world’s first vampire film, the social and historical factors that helped mold it, and why vampire films have resonated with audiences ever since.

Matthew Daintrey-Hall is a Film Studies writer and lecturer, working mainly with British Film Institute and Eduqas. Matthew is the author of BFI Education’s Teaching Men and Film, and the forthcoming Into Film/BFI online resource on early cinema. He currently lives in Nairobi, Kenya, where he runs the Unseen Gems rooftop cinema club.

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18 May 2022


2:15 pm


Wednesday Lecture - online