Film Threat’s Phil Hall will be on-hand to host a special FREE screening of “Metropolis” on [ Friday, November 3rd, 2000 ] . The screening will begin at [ 8PM ] and will take place at the [ Triangle Community Center at River View Plaza, 16 River Street in Norwalk, CT. ] The show is a part of the roving Light+Screen Film Festival, which celebrates both landmark cinema of the past and newly-released independent films.
Fritz Lang’s 1926 classic “Metropolis” was given a once-over in 1984 by director Giorgio Moroder, who located much of the missing footage from the Lang original and re-released the epic with an all-new rock score, which features Adam Ant and Freddie Mercury among others. The controversial revamped version will light up the screen at this special FREE event.
For more on the show, you can call the Triangle Community Center at [ (203)853-0600 ] or email Film Threat’s Phil Hall.
Posted on October 30, 2000 in News by Film Threat Staff
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