Soy Dracula!

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Soy Dracula!

Spanish-language version is ‘sexier’ than Lugosi classic
Carlos Villarias stepped into the role made famous by Bela Lugosi in the Spanish-language version of “Dracula” (1931). The film will be shown tonight accompanied by the original musical score of guitarist Gary Lucas.
Lucas provides continuous onstage musical accompaniment for the duration of the Spanish version of “Dracula.”
Carlos Villarias stepped into the role made famous by Bela Lugosi in the Spanish-language version of “Dracula” (1931). The film will be shown tonight accompanied by the original musical score of guitarist Gary Lucas.
Durango artist Amy Vaclav-Felker converted a birdcage into this decorative lamp that will be part of a silent auction at tonight’s screening of the Spanish-language version of “Dracula.” The event is a fundraiser for the Durango Independent Film Festival.
If you go

The Durango Independent Film Festival will screen the Spanish-language version of “Dracula” (1931) at 7:30 p.m. today at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College. Subtitled with an original score performed by guitarist Gary Lucas. Tickets cost $35 for Plaza seating, $25 for balcony/orchestra ($15 for students). VIP tickets are available for $65 each/$125 per couple and include a backstage pass, pre-show costume party, after-show nightcap party and private musical performance by Lucas.

Tickets are available by phone at 247-7657, online at www.durangoconcerts.com or at the Visitors Center at Eighth Street and Main Avenue.

For more information, call 375-7779 or visit www.durangofilm.org.

Soy Dracula!

Carlos Villarias stepped into the role made famous by Bela Lugosi in the Spanish-language version of “Dracula” (1931). The film will be shown tonight accompanied by the original musical score of guitarist Gary Lucas.
Lucas provides continuous onstage musical accompaniment for the duration of the Spanish version of “Dracula.”
Carlos Villarias stepped into the role made famous by Bela Lugosi in the Spanish-language version of “Dracula” (1931). The film will be shown tonight accompanied by the original musical score of guitarist Gary Lucas.
Durango artist Amy Vaclav-Felker converted a birdcage into this decorative lamp that will be part of a silent auction at tonight’s screening of the Spanish-language version of “Dracula.” The event is a fundraiser for the Durango Independent Film Festival.
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