The Cary theater and the Modern School of Film are working together to present the new “Frame By Frame” cinema studies series.
Robert Milazzo, founder of The Modern School of Film, will lead discussions analyzing each movie during screenings every other Tuesday evening this spring.
Milazzo will talk about the artists’ techniques during films and host more in-depth conversations after each movie. The Modern of School of Film is a training lab and film-craft discussion series based in New York and Los Angeles. Milazzo has been a film director and filmmaking instructor.
Here’s the schedule of classic films:
▪ Feb. 16: “The Bicycle Thieves”
▪ March 1: “The 400 Blows”
▪ March 15: “Rashomon”
▪ March 29: “The Searchers”
▪ April 12: “Park Row”
▪ April 26: “Mean Streets”
Each movie is shown at 7 p.m. at The Cary theater at 122 E. Chatham St., Cary.
Passes for the whole series cost $50. Passes are $40 for Cary Film Circle members. Individual events cost $10.
This is the theater’s first film studies series since it opened in 2014.