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Co-presented by TOPS, the Goethe-Institut Toronto and Wavelength

This year's edition of the Toronto Outdoor Picture Show, our long-time film partner's curated film programs across Toronto parks each summer, had to be postponed to August 1st to Labour Day.​ While we are waiting for our parks to reopen, let's look back at sitting in Queensway Park together four summers ago when we presented Murnau's classic vampire film Nosferatu with a specially commissioned live score by Toronto indie band Del Bel. Relive that magical night safely at home with our online stream and instagram your photo of watching it on your laptop on your porch or projected onto your garden shed or wherever you are, following and tagging @goethe_toronto, @topictureshow #nosferatuTO for your chance to win a silent movie on DVD!

Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror (Germany, 1922), silent German Expressionist horror film directed by F. W. Murnau starring Max Schreck as vampire Count Orlok.

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