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Film Events 10/28-11/4

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The World According to Monsanto

The Green Team Movie Night brings forth another thought-provoking conservation film to boil the blood and awaken the brain. This doc follows a French filmmaker's investigation into the corporate practices of Monsanto; specifically, their GMO crops and chemicals. What she finds will not only confirm most of our fears about the global giant, but also show how unstoppable a company like that can be when it sets its sight on what it truly wants. What does it want? I haven't seen the movie, but I'm assuming to become Dr. Evil.

6:30 pm. Tuesday, Nov. 3

First Presbyterian Church, 230 NE 9th St.

Free

Dracula

This screening isn't just going to bust out Bela Lugosi's classic Dracula from 1931, oh no, it's also got the 1931 Spanish language Dracula, as well. While I personally would have preferred Lugosi's version to be followed up by the 1972 classic Blacula or even Scream Blacula Scream from 1973, the Spanish version is also a treat for the entire family. At least the ones that can read subtitles. If not, the comically gigantic acting is a delight from top to bottom.

2 pm & 7 pm. Sunday, Oct. 25

Old Mill Stadium 16, 680 SW Powerhouse Dr.

$12.50

The Importance of Being Earnest

This is a one-night only screening of the West End revival of the Oscar Wilde classic. Starring the absolutely incredible David Suchet as Lady Bracknell, this is one of the most highly regarded productions of this show in history. It tells the story of two bachelor friends who lead double lives as they woo women much more desirable than they are. A comedy of manners and general smartassery that only gets funnier as the years progress.

7 pm. Tuesday, Nov. 3

Old Mill Stadium 16, 680 SW Powerhouse Dr.

$15

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