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The free apps, created by Skelton-based Bram Stoker International Film Festival and Stockton app developer Mobile Rockit, are the result of months of research by the team to retrace the author's footsteps during his stay in Whitby in 1890.
In hierdie artikel bespreek ek die twee dramas wat in Afrikaans oor twee van die bekende lede van die Fischer-familie geskryf is: een oor die oupa, Abraham Fischer (Die geheime Bloemfontein-konferensie) en een oor sy kleinseun en naamgenoot, Bram Fischer (Die Bram Fischer-wals).
Gary Oldman - Bram Stoker's Dracula, 1992FRANCIS Ford Coppola's film kick-started the modern love affair with Drac.
He explains: "The popularity of Bram Stoker's Dracula has not only outlived its author but also gained popularity and many new interpretations.
In the original Bram Stoker's Dracula (1974), Renfield is the lawyer who goes to Transylvania and he ends up going mad because Dracula gets into his head.
Stretching from London to the mountainous wastes of Transylvania, Bram Stoker'stimeless tale embodies the struggle to break taboos, resist temptation and stop the unknown outside becoming the enemy within.
Bram lives in a small cage with no space to move and sometimes sits in his own mess as there is not enough space for him to lie down comfortably.
Bram, whose 2-year-old son has Down syndrome, said the support offered by the Buddy Walk provides hope for people with Down syndrome and their families
Dacre Stoker, Bram's greatgrand nephew said it was "the single most important collection of material related to Bram that has ever been put on public display".
Bram Stoker's classic horror is given a new twist in Hotel Transylvania
Bram starts by examining gay male writers and their works from the late 1940s, when the first Kinsey Reports as well as books by Vidal and Capote gave the public the opportunity to discuss homosexuality.
So Bram Stoker might now be a minor footnote to theatrical history if the lid of a coffin had not creaked open in 1897 to reveal Dracula, Prince of the Undead, most memorable vampire in all of fiction - but not the first.