Troma’s latest sleaze epic, Tales from the Crapper, is screening November 21st at the Cardiff Screen Festival as a part of the studio’s 30th anniversary celebration.
A different Troma film will be shown at 10pm every night between 17 – 21 November at the Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff. The original “Toxic Avenger” will kick off the retrospective followed by a number of other Troma classics – “Tromeo and Juliet”; “Terror Firmer” and “Citizen Toxie.”
On Friday, November 21st, the retrospective concludes with a very special viewing of “Tales From The Crapper.” It is part of an un-focused focus group, hosted by Troma’s president and co-founder, Lloyd Kaufman. As it is an unfinished work, audience members will be given a chance to voice their opinions on the film – and will be asked how they think it could be improved.
For more info, visit the Cardiff Screen Festival website.
Posted on November 12, 2003 in News by Film Threat Staff
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