As darkness descends over the Melbourne cityscape, join us out on Fed Square for Carl Theodor Dreyer's haunting foray into horror paired with an unsettling score by Chiara Kickdrum.
Guided by mysterious shadows, a young wanderer with an interest in the occult happens upon a manor. Shortly after he arrives, he discovers that the daughter of the Lord is unwell and appears to be dying, but a mysterious text reveals that she might be turning into a vampire.
Join us as Melbourne-based DJ and composer Chiara Kickdrum presents her original score live on stage for Vampyr, directed in 1932 by visionary director Carl Theodor Dreyer.
This very special free performance is co-presented with Fed Square. Arrive early to grab a deckchair or bring your own chair or picnic rug.
Not-So-Silent Cinema has been supported through the Melbourne City Revitalisation Fund, a partnership between the Victorian Government and the City of Melbourne.
Chiara Costanza (Electronic musician)
Zac Ketchell (Electronic musician)
Hope Csutoros (Violin)
Danielle Stefanski (Violin)
Helen Mountfort (Cello)
With Melbourne Contemporary Choir, directed by Jason Simmonds
About Chiara Kickdrum
Chiara Kickdrum is a music composer and producer born and raised in Torino, Italy and now based in Australia. Chiara’s work ranges across composing and producing music and sound design for film and TV commercials, creating electronic music for live performance, composing soundscapes for immersive environments and art installations, and the experimental use of field recordings with analogue and digital synthesis. Chiara has recently composed the original soundtrack for Netflix’s series Heartbreak High and for Long Story Short (2021).