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CAFTA FRIDAY FILM FORUM is a film studies group that meets weekly to study the great international filmmakers, directors, and actors in the world of cinema. In the six years CAFTA Friday Film Forum (FFF) has been in session, over 300 award winning films from all over the world have been seen and discussed. In the new CAFTA theater (at 100 Prospect Street in Torrington, CT), films are shown on a 30 foot screen in a very comfortable studio environment. 
A "Happy Hour" informal cultural networking takes place from 6 pm until showtime at 6:45 pm. Refreshments are served at that time. Everyone is asked to bring either a savory or desert to share. Promptly at 6:45 pm the movie begins. 
After the film, coffee and dessert are served and everyone joins in the discussion to evaluate the tectonics and themes of the film, filmmakers and/or director. The conversation is always lively, interesting and informative. Many say it is the highlight of their week.

Film classes may be audited film by film. Fee is $5 per class. New students can register at the door when they arrive. For more information please call 860-201-5706.
FFF MOVIE OF THE WEEK
CAFTA CINETEQUE
A place to discover and study rare and wonderful gems of world cinema
POSTER FOR THIS WEEK'S FILM:
Answer to Last Week's Film Quiz: 
"The Freshman"
POSTERS FROM PREVIOUS WEEKS 
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This Week's Movie : 4.13.2018
Dear CAFTA Film Buffs,

Our moderator, Sam Slaiby has selected another good film for you this week. The discussion afterwards should be very interesting on many levels. Here is his hint:

“A rank amateur group of actors naturally and unrelentingly dive into
the "method" as they take on one of Shakespeare's most performed plays. Such
classically influenced  actors as Orson Welles, John Gielgud, and Louis
Calhern have captured audiences playing the title role. If it is true that
all the world is a stage, it is also true that history produces many
revivals with constantly changing casts, and each generation provides a new
audience.

This film is a short and bitter-sweet 71 minutes long .”

If you want to try guessing the movie, be the first to contact CAFTA with the correct answer and win free movie candy or a glass of port. As usual we begin gathering at 6:00 pm and the movie will begin promptly at 6:45 pm. We ask that you arrive at least 5 minutes before the movie begins so not to disturb our guests who arrived on time. We will have our group discussion with coffee and dessert immediately following the film. 

Also, as usual, please bring something to eat or drink to share with the group. The fee is still only $5.


Hope you guess correctly. Good luck!

See you Friday!