• National Theatre Live: Young Marx, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Strand Theatre, Rockland, and Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. Comedy about two radicals in 1850s London trying to fend off spies, rivals and creditors.
  • “Growing Local,” 6 p.m., Gibbs Library, Washington. The library and Maine Farmland Trust screen the film about the local food movement in Maine. Refreshments precede the screening, and a community discussion will follow. Free.


  • COLONIAL THEATRE, Belfast. “A Bad Moms Christmas,” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” “Coco.”
  • FLAGSHIP CINEMAS, Thomaston. FMI:, 594-2100.
  • HARBOR THEATRE, Boothbay Harbor: “The Florida Project.” FMI:
  • LINCOLN THEATER, Damariscotta: “Goodbye Christopher Robin.” FMI:, 563-3424. Open captioning on Wednesday matinees.
  • STRAND THEATRE, Rockland: “The Square.”


  • “A Christmas Memory,” 6:30 p.m., Friday Night Film Series at Thomaston Library. Buddy is left by his parents at the home of some older unmarried cousins, including Sook, with whom he forms a lifelong friendship.
  • “Moonlight,” 7 p.m., Friday Night Flix at Belfast Free Library. The 2016 coming-of-age drama (and Academy Award winner for Best Picture) about a young gay man growing up in a gritty Miami neighborhood.


  • Stories to Screen: “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” 10 a.m., Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. Last of the Roald Dahl stories in the theater’s free family-friendly series. Next up: talking animals.
  • Annual Free Holiday Family Film at Rockland’s Strand: “Home Alone,” with a sensory-friendly screening for people living with autism and others at 12:30 p.m. and regular screening at 3 p.m. A young boy is accidentally left behind when the family takes off for vacation and he must protect the house from two bumbling burglars.
  • “Ferrari 312B: Where the Revolution Begins,” 2 p.m., Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. The sensational story of one of the most groundbreaking Ferraris ever made.
  • “The Anonymous People,” 4 p.m., Camden Public Library. Mid-Coast Recovery Coalition hosts Dr. Ira Mandel and others, who talk about Maine’s opioid epidemic and what is being done to help those in recovery. Then the documentary about 23.5 million Americans living in long-term recovery is screened.
  • Free Family Matinees at Colonial Theatre in Belfast, week three of the five-week series continues with “Despicable Me 3,” screened Saturday & Sunday, at 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. both days.


  • “Ley’Go,” 6 p.m., Colonial Theatre, Belfast. Students in Belfast Area High School’s chapter of the Liberian Education Fund present the screening of the documentary about four young Liberians striving toward a brighter future. $5. Proceeds donated by the Colonial to LEF.


  • “Despicable Me 3” in First Family Movie Night at Thomaston Library, 5 p.m. The animated flick is shown. RSVP to the library by calling 354-2453 or on Facebook, so the library can order enough pizza for everybody.
  • Christmas Classics on the Big Screen at Belfast’s Colonial Theatre, “It’s a Wonderful Life” starts at 6;45 p.m. “White Christmas” starts at 7 p.m. Suggested donation of $8-$10 adults and $3-$5 kids goes to the local group Heroes for Hunger.


  • “Rhythms of the Heart,” Belfast Free Library. Peace and Justice Group of Waldo County screens the film about David Moses Bridges, a Passamaquoddy craftsman on a journey to preserve family life and tradition while facing a life-threatening illness. Bring a dish for the 5:30 p.m. Solstice Potluck, then see the film at 6 p.m.


  • “In the Good Old Summertime,” 6:30 p.m., Rockland Public Library. Second of three in the library’s One Story Three Versions film series. Coming Dec. 28: “You’ve Got Mail.”