THURSDAY, MAY 23:

  • “Water Lilies of Monet – The Magic of Water and Light,” Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. See his masterpieces and learn about the obsessions of Claude Monet, the artist genius who founded impressionism, Thursday at 7 p.m. and Friday at 2 p.m.

FRIDAY, MAY 24 — THURSDAY, MAY 30:

  • COLONIAL THEATRE, Belfast. “Aladdin,” “Poms,” “Tolkien.”
  • FLAGSHIP CINEMAS, Thomaston. FlagshipCinemas.com, 594-2100.
  • LINCOLN THEATER, Damariscotta. “Amazing Grace.” LCCT.org, 563-3424.
  • STRAND THEATRE, Rockland. “The Chaperone,” “High Life,” “Ask Dr. Ruth.”

FRIDAY, MAY 24:

  • “Earth vs. the Flying Saucers,” 6:30 p.m., Friday Night Film Series at Thomaston Public Library (Academy building). In this 1956 flick, UFOs from a doomed star system invade Earth and scientist Russell Marvin (Hugh Marlowe) has 60 days to make a weapon that will save the human race.
  • “Bread and Roses,” 7 p.m., Friday Night Flix at Belfast Free Library. Two Latina sisters who work as cleaners in downtown Los Angeles office buildings fight for the right to unionize.

SATURDAY, MAY 25:

  • “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1,” 10 a.m. at Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. Seventh in the free Stories to Screen series, offering all eight Harry Potter films on consecutive Saturdays. Details are at lcct.org.
  • “Love Flows,” with Expert Guests, in a screening at George Mason’s yellow church studio, 123 Borland Hill Road in Damariscotta Mills. See the film about how dams hurt fish migration and hear from Herman Wanningen, founder of World Fish Migration Day, and Joshua Royte, senior scientist for The Nature Conservancy in Maine (and the film’s narrator), during the 12th annual Alewife Festival, which celebrates the restored Damariscotta Mills fish ladder.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29:

  • “Hail Satan?” in CIFF Selects Series, 7 p.m. at Camden Opera House. The R-rated film traces the rise of the Satanic Temple, a nontheistic religious and political activist group founded in Salem, Massachusetts, in 2013. $10.

THURSDAY, MAY 30:

  • “Killing Games: Wildlife in the Crosshairs,” 7 p.m. at Curtis Memorial Library, Brusnwick. The award-winning 30-minute film spotlights Project Coyote, an organization working to protect wildlife labeled as predators, including coyotes, bobcats, wolves and foxes. A discussion will follow.

COMING UP:

  • “J. Fred Woell: An American Vision,” at UMaine Hutchinson Center, Belfast, on Saturday, June 1, at 2 p.m. The documentary by Rihard Kane looks at the life of the “anti-jewelry” maker and political artist.
  • Slab City Film Festival at Rockport Opera House, Tuesday, June 4, from 5 to 9 p.m. Food trucks parked outside, five shorts by avant-garde filmmaker Rudy Burkardt, and a panel talk moderated by Susan Danly, co-curator of “Slab City Rendezvous,” on display at Rockland’s Farnsworth Art Museum. $15 ($10 Farnsworth members).