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FilmWEA Film Study Day –
Casablanca’s Michael Curtiz

The Man Who Knew Too Much

Saturday   17th November|10:30am to 4:45pm
Bookings or more information: 01531-634333

WEA Film Study Day –
Casablanca’s Michael Curtiz

The Man Who Knew Too Much

Tutor: Adam Feinstein

If ever there was a cinematic victim of his own success, Michael Curtiz was your man.  He made more than 170 films and because he could produce magnificent movies in so many genres, he earned the totally false reputation of a journeyman director.  Wrong, wrong, wrong!  Our tutor Adam Feinstein will take us through his fascinating life with copious film clips and focus both on his well-known successes – Captain Blood (1935), Casablanca (1942) and Mildred Pearce (1945) – but also some of his later, neglected films, which deserve reassessment, among them The Proud Rebel (1958) and The Hangman (1959).

Casablanca will be shown in its entirety during the afternoon.

Refreshments and sandwiches will be available at the theatre.

To book or for more information, please phone 01531-634333

In collaboration with Ledbury Film Club.

TICKET PRICING

Standard:£20