Celebrate Halloween a little early with the 1922, classic, silent film “Nosferatu,” which set the standard for modern-day vampire myths. This terrifying, gothic horror film influenced vampire legends and later Dracula productions. “Nosferatu” is considered by some to be the greatest adaptation of Dracula. Live music accompaniment by The Absurdist Ensemble. Celluloid Wednesdays is a midweek film series that offers audiences the chance to view celluloid film prints, historic narratives, documentaries, ethnographic and experimental films on the big screen. Presented in partnership with the Alaska Moving Image Preservation Association (AMIPA). Free; use the museum’s 7th Avenue entrance.