Included in the filim series are “The World’s Fastest Indian,”  “The Great Waldo Pepper” and “The Aviator.”
Included in the filim series are “The World’s Fastest Indian,” “The Great Waldo Pepper” and “The Aviator.”
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Owls Head Transportation Museum (OHTM) will showcase timeless transportation topics with movie screenings and insight from industry experts each month as part of its Reels & Wheels series. The schedule is as follows:

• Saturday, January 19, at 6 p.m., “The World’s Fastest Indian,” a biographical sports drama starring Anthony Hopkins as a lifelong motorcycle fanatic from New Zealand who dreams of doing something really big and really fast, but can his dreams come true on a 47-year-old machine?

• Saturday, February 16, at 3 and 6 p.m., a double feature, with “The Great Waldo Pepper,” a tale of a traveling aviator who begins an unlikely friendship that changes two lives forever, and “The Aviator,” an epic-scale biopic that documents one of the 20th century’s most prolific dreamers.

• Saturday, March 16, at 6 p.m., “Up to Speed: Auto Racing in Hollywood” — in this detour from the series’ usual format, OHTM will show the film industry’s most famous and infamous auto racing scenes and a panel of industry experts will deconstruct each clip and separate myth from reality.

• Saturday, April 20, at 3 p.m., “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” a family-friendly classic that Roger Ebert described as “the best two-hour children’s movie you could hope for,” about a down-on-his-luck inventor who turns a pedigreed jalopy into a magical machine fit for gravity-defying adventures in a far-off land.

• Saturday, May 18, at 6 p.m., Francis Ford Coppola’s “Tucker: The Man and His Dream,” a biographical drama about a tenacious entrepreneur whose tireless quest to build a modern car for the masses is stalled by America’s competitive postwar automobile industry.

Tickets are free to members, $5 for adults, and no charge for ages 18 and under.