THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12:

  • Lunch Hour Film in Rockland to Celebrate Wildlife Refuge Week, at Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge’s Visitor Center. The free film starts at noon and runs to about 1:10 p.m. Oct. 12: “Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring.”
  • “Forgotten Farms,” 7 p.m., Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. New England’s dairy farmers are the backbone of the region’s agriculture, but fight for survival in an age of artisan cheeses and baby greens. Director David Simonds takes part in a Q&A after the screening, which is co-presented by Lincoln Academy. $8 adults; $6 LT members and under 19.
  • “The Shepherdess of the Glaciers,” 7:30 p.m., Camden Opera House. See the Maine premiere of the award-winning documentary. Co-director Stanzin Dorjai will take part in a Q&A. The film portrays the daily life of Dorjai’s sister Tsering, who tends a flock of 300 sheep and goats on high, dry and sometimes frigid Himalayan plateaus where snow leopards stalk. $10.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 – THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19:

  • COLONIAL THEATRE, Belfast. “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” “All Saints,” “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power,” “Blade Runner 2049.”
  • FLAGSHIP CINEMAS, Thomaston. FMI: FlagshipCinemas.com, 594-2100.
  • HARBOR THEATRE, Boothbay Harbor: “School Life,” “Viceroy’s House.” FMI: boothbaycinema.org.
  • LINCOLN THEATER, Damariscotta: “Wind River,” “North by Northwest,” “Forgotten Farms.” FMI: AtTheLincoln.org, 563-3424.
  • STRAND THEATRE, Rockland: “Year by the Sea.”

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13:

  • Lunch Hour Film in Rockland to Celebrate Wildlife Refuge Week, at Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge’s Visitor Center. The free film starts at noon and runs to about 1:10 p.m. Oct. 13: “American Values, American Wilderness.” Final in the series.
  • “North by Northwest” First Film in Lincoln Theater’s Classic Film Club, in Damariscotta, 2 p.m. With concessions and wine available starting at 1 p.m. $8 adults; $6 LT members.
  • “Atomic Cafe,” 6:30 p.m., Friday Night Film Series at Thomaston Library. A disturbing collection of 1940s and 1950s propaganda films designed to make Americans believe the atomic bomb was not a threat to their safety.
  • “Storm,” 7 p.m., free Friday Flix at Belfast Free Library. The 2009 film about a prosecutor for the Hague Tribunal, who tries to untangle the war crimes of a former Serbian commander. Free.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14:

  • The Met Live in HD: Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, 1 p.m., at Rockland’s Strand Theatre and Damariscotta’s Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. The Lincoln will offer an 11:45 a.m. Pre-Opera Talk with Dr. Morton Achter: “Mozart’s Magic, Mysticism and Masonry.” The Strand screens encore at 1 p.m. Tues., Oct. 24.
  • “Wonder Woman,” 1 p.m., Vose Library, Union. Free screening of the film about an Amazon princess who leaves home to fight a war.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15:

  • “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Parts 1 & 2,” noon, Strand Theatre, Rockland. Part 7 of the theater’s Harry Potter Film Fest is a double feature. The wizardry stops here. $5.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18:

  • “Now Is the Time: Healthcare for Everybody,” 6 p.m., Belfast Free Library. Peace and Justice Group of Waldo County and Maine ALLCARE show the film, then lead a discussion of healthcare for all. FMI: 338-5089.
  • 5-Week Spanish Cinema Course, Penobscot Language School, Rockland, 5-7 p.m. Wednesdays starting Oct. 18. Students will analyze Spanish films in the class, for those who speak Spanish at an intermediate or advanced level, led by Joellenne Silver. FMI: penobscot.us or 594-1084.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19:

  • “Being Mortal,” 9:30-11:30 a.m., Penobscot Bay YMCA, 112 Union St., Rockport. Free screening of the PBS Frontline documentary that explores the hopes of patients facing terminal illness and their relationships with the people who care for them. Refreshments, discussion follows. Registration: 236-3375.
  • “The Lost Boys,” 6:30 p.m., Thursday Film Series at Rockland Public Library. The 1987 comedy horror film about two teenagers who move to a small town that they quickly come to believe is overrun by vampires. Free.
  • “American Graffiti” Screening to Benefit RDNA, 7 p.m., Strand Theatre. Four teenagers spend their last summer night before college in the early 1960s to a soundtrack of classic rock. Donations taken at the door for Rockland District Nursing Association. $10 suggested.

COMING UP:

  • Bolshoi Ballet’s Le Corsaire, Sun., Oct. 22, 1 p.m. at the Strand Theatre in Rockland and Lincoln Theater in Damariscotta. It is one of the Bolshoi’s most lavish ballets. 3 hours 35 minutes.