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Film Events 2/25-3/4

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Rousey vs. Zingano

Ronda Rousey is the first ever women's Bantamweight Champion, while Cat Zingano is the first woman to win a UFC fight by TKO. When these two fierce warriors are placed in the octagon will we get a tooth shattering explosion of blood and sinew, or will it be an anticlimax like most of the things coming out of UFC? Either way, expect record-breaking ratings and sales of Bud Light Lime to be through the roof.

Saturday, Feb. 28, 7 p.m. Old Mill Stadium, 680 Powerhouse Dr. $20.

Archaeology Fest Film Series: Best of 2014

The best archaeology-related films in the world are coming to Bend! Come to see some outstanding films and help us support TAC Festival 2015 by enjoying our mini-festival for four evenings (a different 2-hour show each evening). These are the top films from The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival that took place last May. All of them are award winners from this international competition.

Friday, Feb. 27, 7-10 pm and Saturday, Feb. 28, 7-10 pm. C

entral Oregon Community College, 2600 NW College Way. $7.

Green Team Movie Night

Crude follows the $27 billion legal battle between 30,000 Amazon rainforest dwellers in Ecuador and the US oil giant Chevron for damage that activists called the "Amazon Chernobyl." The film includes interviews from representatives of both sides and explores the power of multinational corporations, celebrity activism (Sting), the shifting power in Ecuadorian politics, and rapidly disappearing indigenous cultures.

Tuesday, March 3, 6:30 pm. First Presbyterian Church, 230 NE 9th St. 541-815-6504. Free.

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