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Special Screenings for Thu., Aug. 22
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    Special Screenings

    Bad Hair (2013)

    Miradas Femeninas: A young boy's obsession with his hair prompts concern from his family in this heartfelt drama. Red Salmon Arts' Miradas Femeninas is a film series highlighting female filmmakers from Latin America.
    Thu., Aug. 22, 6:30pm. Free. 
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    Special Screenings

    Remember to Forget (2019)

    Works-in-Progress: Catch an early cut of Gill's narrative of a couple sucked into a dreamworld that's both comedic and dark.
    Thu., Aug. 22, 7pm. Free. 
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    Special Screenings

    The Karate Kid (1984)

    Thursday Matinee: Eighties Films. The movie birthed three sequels and features the sweet relationship between Macchio and Morita, as the Japanese gardener who teaches the youngster about karate.
    Thu., Aug. 22, 1pm. Free. 
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    Special Screenings

    The Man From Planet X (1951)

    Sci-fi Summer Movie: A spacecraft from Planet X lands in the Scottish moors where scientists and an American journalist have close encounters of both the benign and malignant kind. A classic Fifties sci-fi exploration.
    Thu., Aug. 22, 6:30pm. Free. 
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    Special Screenings

    The Martian (2015)

    Master Pancake Presents: MP rips on this decidedly optimistic sci-fi flick in which circumstances force Damon to become a wily Robinson Crusoe on Mars. Read a full review of The Martian.
    Thu., Aug. 22, 7:30pm. Free, but RSVP. 
BULLOCK MUSEUM IMAX
FESTIVALS
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    Arts & Culture

    aGLIFF 32

    Our queer film fest got even queerer after last year’s more inclusive rebranding. Now short for “All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival,” aGLIFF returns with over 100 LGBTQ-focused films from across the globe and an exciting mix of events, panels, and mingling opportunities for filmmakers and cinema lovers.
    Thu.-Sun., Aug. 22-25. $12-25, individual tickets; $50-150, badges. 

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