The Final Recipe'

'The Final Recipe' is about a South Korean youth who wants to become a chef, against the wishes of his grandfather. (Handout / July 14, 2014)

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, 600 Main St. in Hartford, continues its summerlong series of movies about love and food, as well as presents two documentaries in the "CT At Work" film series.

"The Final Recipe" will be shown Thursday, July 18, and Saturday, July 19. at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, July 20, at 2 p.m. The South Korean drama is about an elderly man who wants his grandson to go to college, but his grandson wants to be a chef.

On Saturday, July 19, at 2 p.m., "Visions of Iron" and "Legacies of White Gold" will be shown. The first is a 30-minute story of the Salisbury Iron District, which included ironworks in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York. That film is sponsored by the Sharon Historical Society.

"Legacies of White Gold," at about 35 minutes, tells the history of ivory processing in the Ivoryton section of Essex.

Admission to the screenings is $9, seniors and students $8, MEMBERS $7, Insider Access members free. Details: