THE ANTEBELLUM WEDNESDAY TEA SALON AT THE TOM OF FINLAND FOUNDATION TO CELEBRATE CONRAD VEIGT

Conrad Veidt

It  will be held on 4th April 2018 at 5:00 pm in Los Angeles, Laveta Terrace at the Tom of Finland Foundation, the Conrad Veigt tea salon, event – which is part of the series of events “Antebellum Wednesday Tea Salon“, hosted by the brilliant photographer Rick Castro – to celebrate the renowned German actor who featured in movies as “The cabinet of Dr. Caligari” (1920, by Robert Wiene, movie being the symbol of German Expressionist cinema), “The man who laughs” (1928, by Paul Leni, based on the novel by Victor Hugo), “Casablanca” (1942, by Michael Curtiz) and also in “Different from the others”(1919, by Richard Oswald, German film produced during the age of Weimar Republic, which is considered as the first pro-gay movie in the world). A not to be missed happening to enjoy art and culture under the sign of Epicureanism.

 

L’ ANTEBELLUM WEDNESDAY TEA SALON ALLA FONDAZIONE TOM OF FINLAND PER CELEBRARE CONRAD VEIGT

 

Conrad Veidt

Si terrà il 4 aprile alle ore 5:00 a Los Angeles presso la Tom of Finland Foundation, a Laveta Terrace, il Conrad Veigt tea salon  evento – che è parte della serie di eventi “Antebellum Wednesday Tea Salon“, presentati dal brillante fotografo Rick Castro-, per celebrare il rinomato attore tedesco protagonista ieri di film quali “Il gabinetto del Dr. Caligari” (1920, di Robert Wiene, film che è il simbolo del cinema espressionista tedesco), “L’ uomo che ride” (1928, di Paul Leni, tratto dal romanzo di Victor Hugo), “Casablanca” (1942, di Michael Curtiz) ed anche in “Diversi dagli altri”(1919, di Richard Oswald, pellicola tedesca prodotta durante l’ epoca della Repubblica di Weimar, ritenuto il primo film pro-gay al mondo). Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare arte e cultura all’ insegna dell’ epicureismo.

 

 

 

https://www.tomoffinlandfoundation.org/foundation/Events/ev_2017_03_antebellum_wednesday_tea_salon.htm 

 

 

 

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