Cagliostro with Mathieu Regnault
Silent Movie accompanied by piano
4th Dec, 6:30pm at NFAI
On the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the Treaty of Elysée, the Max Mueller Bhavan and the Alliance Française, in collaboration with NFAI & PMS, invite you, to enjoy Cagliostro,a recently restored German-French movie by Richard Oswald, (1929, « Cagliostro – Liebe und Leben eines großen Abenteurers »,58’, asst. directors: Jean Dréville & Marcel Carné )narrating the adventures and swindlings of a famous 18th century crook, and his journeys through Europe.
The film will be accompanied live by Mathieu Regnault, a French pianist and composer specializing in film music, which will make you feel this special alchemy between cinema and music.
What is a ciné-concert? This concept comes from the very beginning of the cinema, when all films were silent, and so accompanied by the live execution of music, generally especially composed or improvised for the movie. Long lost tradition, the concept of ciné-concert got a new birth in France from 1976, making people rediscover the magic and the depth of silent films.
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