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Clean Spirit

A response to the doping culture that has polluted cycling, this documentary-style film follows the Argos-Shimano team as they train and psychologically prep for the 2013 Tour de France. A fun spirited insight into a modern cycling team.

9 pm, Thursday August 20. McMenamins Old St Francis, 700 NW Bond St. $5 (cash only).

Munch & Movies: Big Hero 6

The annual outdoor film festival geared for kids and families commences. Although late entries, these events are often summertime favorites; relaxed, good-natured events. This week's film is a touching story about a plump inflatable robot who teams up with a group of prodigy-geek kids in San Francisco. A Disney-Marvel combination.

6 – 10 pm, Friday, August 21. Northwest Crossing's Compass Park, 2500 NW Crossing Dr. Free.

LGBT Movie Night: Naz & Maalic

A number of concepts—government surveillance, Muslim culture's acceptance of homosexuality, teenage anxieties, and horniness—collide in this searching film. Taking place in a single afternoon in Brooklyn, two closeted Muslim teens face their secrets when they wash up on FBI surveillance.

6:30 pm, Monday, August 24. Volcanic Theater,

70 SW Century Dr. $5

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