As summer comes to a close, so does Seattle’s outdoor-movie season. This weekend you can celebrate (21+ only) with the “Stay Classy: Anchorman Movie Party” at the Fremont Outdoor Movies on Saturday, 3501 Phinney Ave. N., Seattle (www.fremontoutdoormovies.com), enjoy the romance of Cameron Crowe’s “Say Anything …” as part of the “MOHAI Movies at Lake Union Park” series on Saturday at 860 Terry Ave. N., Seattle (www.seattlehistory.org), or watch Ah-nold flex his muscles in “Conan the Destroyer,” the closing film in the “Three Dollar Bill Outdoor Cinema” series on Friday at Cal Anderson Park, 11th Avenue and East Pine Street, Seattle (threedollarbillcinema.org).
The Northwest Film Forum screens French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville’s 1972 crime thriller “Un Flic” Friday-Sunday (tickets are $6 for members, $10 general), the environmental documentary “Glacial Balance” at 2 p.m. on Saturday (tickets are $10), and the documentary “Sign Painters” Monday-Thursday (tickets $6 members, $10 general). 1515 12th Ave., Seattle (206-829-7863 or www.nwfilmforum.org).
Tacoma’s Grand Cinema welcomes several of the 25 people named as best “New Faces” in film by Filmmaker Magazine for a series of screenings that run Friday through Aug. 22. 606 S. Fawcett Ave., Tacoma. For a schedule of guests and screenings, go to www.grandcinema.com.
The documentary about hunger in the U.S. “A Place at the Table” will screen at 4 p.m. Saturday and Aug. 25 at Seattle First Baptist Church, 1111 Harvard Ave., Seattle. A discussion follows each screening. For tickets go to www.betalef.org/participate/social-action.
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The concert film “Sinbad: Make Me Wanna Holla” will screen at several locations on Thursday. For details and locations go to www.fathomevents.com.
“Mooooon River …” Sorry, I got carried away. You can bask in the beauty of Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in the 1961 romantic comedy “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” at midnight on Saturday at the Harvard Exit. 807 E. Roy St., Seattle, $8-$8.25 (206-323-0587 or www.landmarktheaters.com).
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