Hundred years of 'Nosferatu' celebrated at North Lakhimpur
‘Nosferatu’, the German expressionist movie of the Weimer Era was celebrated by cine lovers on the occassion of its one hundred years at North Lakhimpur
LAKHIMPUR: 'Nosferatu', the German expressionist movie of the Weimer Era was celebrated by cine lovers on the occassion of its one hundred years at North Lakhimpur on Tuesday. A screening and discussion on the film was organized by Lakhimpur Cine Club in collaboration with the Cine Club of Lakhimpur Commerce College at its seminar hall. The coordinator of the Cine Club of Lakhimpur Commerce College and eminent columnist Sazzad Hussain welcomed the audience of the screening followed by a brief address by Principal Dr Lohit Hazarika.
In his address Dr Hazarika said that in celebrating the hundred years of 'Nosferatu', Lakhimpur Commerce College joined the world community of cinema lovers to mark the historic event. On the various aspects of the movie, a detailed discussion was delivered by Farhana Ahmed, secretary, Lakhimpur Cine Club and film critic-journalist.
In her discussion, Ahmed said that 'Nosferatu' was the first screen adaptation of Bam Stroker's 'Dracula' and it wad made by Freidrich Murnau with an esoteric presentation of the blood sucking vampire, maintaining its original folk form. Anita Deka Bora, professor of Education, Lakhimpur Girls College attended the function as a special guest.The programme was attended by teachers and students of Lakhimpur Commerce College.