Every movie should come with a 45 piece orchestra
The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival made its first announcement for the 2011 festival today. One of the most successful silent movies of all time, THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE will screen at the National Concert Hall on Saturday 26th February, featuring a rousing live score composed by Carl Davis, played by the acclaimed 45-strong RTÉ Concert Orchestra, conducted by David Brophy.
The iconic film catapulted Rudolph Valentino into superstardom, brought Dublin-born Rex Ingram to prominence as a director and inspired a contagious international Tango craze! Tickets are 35 Euro and are available via The National Concert Hall.
Watch this scene from the movie below
The classic presentation follows the success of La Dolce Vita: Nino Rota Film Music event at the National Concert Hall as part of the 2010 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival.
The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival will take place 17th – 27th February 2011, the full schedule will be announced in January, keep an eye on Movies.ie for more details.