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Film Events 6/18-6/24

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Double feature: Comes with Baggage & The Black Canyon Trail

Comes With Baggage is a lighthearted, 20-minute roll-through bike-touring history, with styles that range from PBS Ken Burns to MTV Dog Town & Z-Boys' lost footage of badasses. Followed by a second more specific short film about a high octane group of men bike touring through Arizona this past spring. The evening is a fundraiser and event for Central Oregon Trails Alliance.

9 pm, Thursday, June 18. McMenamins Old St Francis, 700 NW Bond St. $5 (cash only)

Full Draw

A billion-plus dollar industry, with an estimated 19-million Americans who pick up a bow and arrow each year, and at least one successful magazine dedicated to the sport, it is surprising that it took this long for a film festival to be organized around bow hunting. A collection of short films about bow hunting.

7 pm, Wednesday, June 24. Tower Theater, 835 NW Wall. $14 adult, $10 under 18.

Regal Summer Movies

A deal that costs less than the electricity for AC at your own house, $1 movie nights at Regal are a summer treat: Tuesdays and Wednesdays through August 19 on select movies. Tuesday: Nut Job. Wednesday: Annie.

10 am, Tuesday & Wednesday through August 19. Old Mill Theater. $1.

Summer Film Camp

A two week hands-on production camp for teens 13-17 to learn the nuts and bolts about filmmaking, from camera angles to editing.

9 am – 5:30 pm. Starts Monday, June 22. Daily through Friday July 2. Tower Theater, 835 NW Wall St. $600.

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