Have you noticed the strange new blue building near McCarren Park? It’s called Dobbin St. for the short street it sits on, and if it’s Instagram is any indicator, they’ve been hosting some wild events lately.
This halloween week, Dobbin St will transform for one night only into an immersive homage to Dario Argento’s 1977 horror film “Suspiria”. The film will be projected within a site-specific installation inspired by Dario Argento’s colorful vision and cinematography. Furthermore, the classical music ensemble The Nouveau Classical Project will perform, taking inspiration from the film’s original score by the Italian band Goblin.
This unique hybrid event kicks off Dobbin St’s forthcoming program of cultural events designed to support and cultivate the arts community of North Brooklyn.
Space is limited, and as part of the immersive installation a select number of viewing beds will be available on a first come, first served basis.
Suspiria: A Unique Hybrid Screening Event
Thursday, October 27th
Free with RSVP
Doors at 6:30pm
Performance at 7:30pm
Film at 8:30pm – SOLD OUT.
Due to high demand, a second screening at 10:30pm has been added.
RSVP for the 10:30pm show here: http://bit.ly/SuspiriaBK