Canadian director Vincenzo Natali, known for the highly regarded Cube, and most recently Splice, will host a lecture as part of the Black Museum’s Toronto debut. The lecture looks at the use of space in horror, focusing on architecture of classic horror films like The Shining and Rosemary’s Baby in addition to Natali’s own work.
The Black Museum will continue to hold horror lectures and screenings throughout the autumn. The Vincenzo Natali lecture on The Architecture of Horror: The Use of Space in Horror Cinema will be held at the Projection Booth East on September 27, 2012 at 8:00 pm. You can register on the Black Museum home page for advance tickets.