Cycling is seen as a tool for social change in the long-running Bicycle Film Festival, presenting an international selection of three short film programs online this weekend.
Cycling is seen as a tool for social change in the long-running Bicycle Film Festival, presenting an international selection of three short film programs online this weekend. Peter Gerard

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This week brings a few new releases to local indie theaters and drive-ins, like Stevie Nicks: 24 Karat Gold: The Concert at Cinema 21 and a double-feature of The Lost Boys and The Conjuring at 99W. There are also lots of options for movies to watch at home through local theaters and national platforms, like the documentary Nationtime at the Hollywood Theatre and the new Netflix mini-series The Queen’s Gambit, starring Emma's Anya Taylor-Joy as a chess prodigy. Read the full list below, and don't forget to get your tickets to the SLAY Drive-In for next week!

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The Book of Life
Jorge R. Gutierrez's 2014 animated film, which takes place in a small Mexican town on Día de los Muertos, is filled with bright colors and lively music. This drive-in screening presented by Rose City Rollers will be shown in English with Spanish subtitles. 
Cinema Under the Stars
Saturday only

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