• “Selma,” 6 p.m. at Belfast Free Library. The Peace and Justice Group of Waldo County shows the historical drama based on the 1965 voting rights marches led by James Bevel, Hosea Williams, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and John Lewis.The screening is free and all are welcome.


  • All My Sons from London’s National Theatre, broadcast from The Old Vic to Rockland’s Strand Theatre at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Academy Award winner Sally Field and Bill Pullman star in Arthur Miller’s blistering drama set in 1947 America. Despite hard choices and even harder knocks, Joe and Kate Keller are a success story, with a home and a thriving business. But their contented lives, already shadowed by the loss of their eldest boy to war, are about to shatter. Running time: 2 hours, 35 minutes, including intermission. $12.50 general admission, $10.50 Strand members.
  • Netflix Oscar Contenders at Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta, on Thursdays, starting with “The Irishman” at 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. this Thursday. The film tells the story of Frank Sheeran, a World War II combat veteran and truck driver turned Mafia hitman and union leader, looking back at the secrets he kept as a member of the Bufalino crime family and his possible involvement in the slaying of Jimmy Hoffa. “Marriage Story,” at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on January 23, looks at a couple breaking up and a family staying together. “The Two Popes,” at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on January 30, tells the story of one of the most dramatic transitions of power in the last 2,000 years. $8 adults, $6 theater members and youth.


  • “Blessings: The Tsoknyi Nangchen Nuns of Tibet,” 6:30 p.m. at The Dancing Elephant, 14 School Street, Rockland. Blessings tells the story of Buddhist teacher Tsoknyi Rinpoche III and a group of Western students as they travel to the Nangchen region in Eastern Tibet in 2005. The purpose of their journey was to meet the Tsoknyi Nangchen Nuns, 3,000 women who live and practice an ancient yogic tradition in nunneries and hermitages scattered across the remote, mountainous region. There will be tea and a discussion following the movie, first in a series of movie nights on the third Friday of every month at the Rockland yoga center. It is open to the public by donation.
  • “Laura,” 7 p.m. in Belfast Free Library’s Friday Night Flix series. January’s movies honor film legends born in 1920. Gene Tierney, born on November 19, 1920, was one of the great leading ladies of the Golden Age of Hollywood. In the suspense film “Laura,” she gave her most acclaimed performance as a mysterious missing woman who becomes the object of a detective’s obsession.


  • Met Opera Encore: Berg’s Wozzeck, 1 p.m. at Strand Theatre, Rockland. The 20th-century shocker stars baritone Peter Mattei and soprano Elza van den Heever as long-suffering Marie. Bold staging features an apocalyptic wasteland.


  • “Recorder: The Marion Sokes Project,” opens the 2020 CIFF Selects series on Wednesday, January 22, at 7 p.m. at Camden Opera House. The award-winning documentary is about Marion Stokes, who for over 30 years obsessively recorded American television 24 hours a day, from the Iranian Hostage Crisis in 1979 to December 14, 2012, as the Sandy Hook massacre played while Stokes passed away. It’s shown by Points North Institute, a launching pad for the next generation of nonfiction storytellers, and the Camden Opera House. $10 for adults, free for students, at the box office or in advance at Screenings are free for students under 18 or with college ID.


  • ALAMO THEATRE, Bucksport., 469-6910.
  • COLONIAL THEATRE, Belfast., 338-1930.
  • FLAGSHIP CINEMAS, Thomaston., 594-2100.
  • HARBOR THEATER, Boothbay Harbor., 633-0438.
  • LINCOLN THEATER, Damariscotta., 563-3424.
  • STRAND THEATRE, Rockland., 594-0070.