On March 7 in the House of Cinema there will be a screening of the classics of world cinema - the film “Sunrise” by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau to the jazz accompaniment of pianist and composer Pavel Ignatiev.
The film “Sunrise” by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau is the brightest representative of the silent film era, where the entire plot expression is transmitted by visual images and musical accompaniment. Each frame conveys its own special mood. The ingenuous story about the love triangle skillfully balances from the detective story and the psychological drama to the exciting love story you believe and empathize with.
German film director Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau was one of the greatest masters of film expressionism and one of the greatest directors of the silent film era. At least five of his films - “Nosferatu, a symphony of horror”, “The Last Man”, “Faust”, “Taboo” and “Sunrise” - are recognized as timeless classics.
The accompaniment of Pavel Ignatiev will help you move to the era of silent cinema. Pavel is a jazz pianist and composer, author of 9 solo albums, winner of the classical technique of playing the piano. He practiced his mastery at the Mozart Academy and at the special courses at the Hannover High School of Music and Theater.
Come March 7 to the House of Cinema to get acquainted with the classics of world cinema to the sounds of jazz!