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Film Events 10/14-10/21

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NT Live: Hamlet

Since Benedict Cumberbatch isn't getting enough exposure right now, why not check him out in a live production of the National Theatre's Hamlet. In what is supposed to be one of the finest Hamlet stagings of the 21st century, Cumberbatch is receiving rave reviews as Shakespeare's most disturbed lead from his finest show. This should be required viewing for Shakespeare fans and Cumberbuns alike!

7 pm, Thursday, Oct.15

Old Mill Stadium, 680 SW Powerhouse Dr.

$20

Builder & Ashes to Agassiz

Crow's Feet Commons and Pine Mountain Sports present a double feature of mountain biking films. Builder is about learning how to "master the alchemy of crafting flow" when it comes to building a mountain biking trail. Ashes to Agassiz follows Graham Agassiz, a professional mountain biker who broke his neck and had to climb all the way back to the top again. Part of the Central Oregon Trail Alliance film series.

9 pm, Thursday, Oct. 15

McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 NW Bond St. $5

Cerro Torre: A Snowball's Chance in Hell

A documentary following David Lama, one of the finest free-climbers on the planet, as he sets out to climb the southeast face of Cerro Torre. Cerro Torre is one of the mountains in the Southern Patagonian Ice Fields and widely considered to be one of the most treacherous climbing routes on the planet. For fans of Meru, this film presents just as compelling of a story with even more intensity.

6 pm, Tuesday, Oct. 20

McMenamin's Old St. Francis School, 700 NW Bond St. $10

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