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Watch in the Outdoors: BendFilm's Drive-In Pop Ups Continue!

Pack some snacks, grab a blanket and head down for a nostalgic night of fun under the stars.

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Update: 9/11/20: BendFilm's screening of "I am Not Your Negro" has been canceled due to wildfire smoke. Stay tuned for updates on other cancellations.

BendFilm's Drive-In Pop Up movie series will continue through September, as announced Tuesday. The new lineup will feature an encore screening of "The Last Blockbuster" and a local premiere of "The Dark Divide" by Tom Putnam, an Oregon-shot feature. Pack some snacks, grab a blanket and head down for a nostalgic night of fun under the stars.

The lineup includes:

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Fri., Sept. 4, 7:30pm

The story of bicycle-motocrosser Bill Allen, as he tries to enter a corrupt promoter's nationally televised cash-prize race.

The Muppet Movie

Sat., Sept. 5, 7:30pm

After Kermit the Frog decides to pursue a movie career, he starts his cross-country trip from Florida to California and meets some friends along the way. Family friendly!

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The Last Blockbuster

Fri., Sept. 11, 7:30pm

A feature length documentary film about the rise and fall of Blockbuster video, and how one small town store (hello, Bend) managed to outlast a corporate giant.

I Am Not Your Negro (canceled due to wildfire smoke)

Sat., Sept. 12, 7:30pm

Writer James Baldwin tells the story of race in modern America with his unfinished novel, "Remember This House."

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The Dark Divide

Thu., Sept. 17, 7:30pm

Based on the story of renowned butterfly expert Robert Pyle, who embarked on a life-changing trek through one of America's most important unprotected wildlands.

John Lewis: Good Trouble

Fri., Sept. 18, 7:30pm

The film explores the Georgia representative's 60-plus years of social activism and legislative action on civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health care reform, and immigration.

BendFilm Pop Up Drive-In
Sept. 4- Sep. 18
Deschutes Brewery Gravel Lot
Bendticket.com
$35/vehicle
Proceeds from the screening of "John Lewis: Good Trouble" go to support The Father's Group, founded to build a strong community, implement cultural change, provide educational leadership, and assist families to overcome barriers. Their goal is to teach children how to become productive citizens and a better society as a whole.

The organizers request that you bring a backpack to the screening to support the Father's Group's efforts to help undeserved children succeed in school.

They will be handing out backpacks and school supplies at the event.

Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/TheFathersGroup

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