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Film Events 10/7-10/14

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BendFilm Festival

With one of the finest programs in its history, BendFilm is coming out swinging, not content to be just the premiere festival of Central Oregon, but of the entire Northwest. Some highlights this year include Breaking A Monster (a doc that will have the entire theater cheering), Astraea (a science fiction film that will stun crowds), and Son (a short that will leave audiences breathless with horror). Check the screen section for a deeper look at the festival.

October 8-11. Various times, venues, and prices

See bendfilm.org for the full schedule

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug: Extended Edition

Not that The Hobbit films needed to be any longer, the extended editions of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy and The Hobbit Trilogy really do flesh at the films out even more and give lovers of Peter Jackson's films more time to spend in his and Tolkien's world. The Smaug extended edition comes with almost 30 minutes of new footage expertly edited into the film and is a must-see for fans.

7:30 pm. Wednesday, Oct. 7. Old Mill Stadium

680 SW Powerhouse Dr. $12.50

Finding Noah

A documentary focused on the search for the real life Noah's Ark. Featuring narration by Lieutenant Dan himself, Gary Sinese, the film follows archeologists, theologians, and mountaineers as they summit the deadly Mount Ararat searching for the mythical Ark. If they find the Ark, or even if they don't, it will still make for captivating viewing.

7 pm. Thursday, Oct. 8. Old Mill Stadium

680 SW Powerhouse Dr. $12.50

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