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Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s

  • Art

Time Out says

This fall and spring, you're in for a treat at LACMA. With the purchase of a general admission ticket, you'll gain entrance to the museum's exhibition dedicated to German Expressionist cinematic works, such as The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and M. In this collaboration with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (LACMA's soon-to-be next door neighbor), see set stills, posters and manuscripts from 25 movies, including those gathered by film historian and author of The Haunted Screen Lotte Eisner. If you don't mind a shorter visit, come after 3pm to get in for free with proof of LA residency.


Event website:
GA adults, $15; seniors & students w/ ID $10; members & children (17 and under), free
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