Alamo Theatre

Movies playing at the Alamo Theatre
Fri 20 Oct, 6:00 pm
Fri 20 Oct, 8:40 pm
Sat 21 Oct, 10:00 pm
Sun 22 Oct, 2:00 pm
Sun 22 Oct, 6:00 pm

A group of bullied kids band together when a shapeshifting demon, taking the appearance of a clown, begins hunting children.

"Clowns are creepy no matter what. We can all agree on that, right?
But Pennywise, the dancing clown who tracks down and torments the children of small-town Maine in “It,” is deeply unsettling. At least, he is in the latest incarnation of Stephen King’s iconic novel."
135 minutes

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Wed 25 Oct, 5:00 pm

The New Artists Film Festival is dedicated to celebrating the work of filmmakers aged 21 and under in the US.

Prizes for Best Short Film, Best Direction, and Best Script ($250 each) will be awarded at the festival.

Filmmakers wishing to submit work must be age 21 or under and live in the United States.

Any short films submitted should be no longer than 10 minutes and contain no copyrighted material. Submitted films will be selected by a jury and individual awards will be given out at the festival.

Admission to the event is by suggested donation. No tickets are required for entry. Donations will go toward the cost of renting the theater.

Fri 27 Oct, 6:00 pm
Fri 27 Oct, 8:15 pm
Sat 28 Oct, 6:00 pm
Sat 28 Oct, 8:15 pm
Sun 29 Oct, 2:00 pm
Sun 29 Oct, 6:00 pm

A veteran tracker with the Fish and Wildlife Service helps to investigate the murder of a young Native American woman, and uses the case as a means of seeking redemption for an earlier act of irresponsibility which ended in tragedy.
107 minutes

* The Sunday matinee will feature OPEN CAPTIONS

Thu 2 Nov, 6:30 pm

In order to bring this special film to Bucksport, you must reserve your tickets at the website above!

"Slow down and breathe. This contemplative journey follows in the steps of Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh and is a rare insight into life within a monastic community. The sun rises. Everything is calm and still. Life is beautifully serene as Benedict Cumberbatch’s composed, meditative voice reads an extract from Thich Nhat Hanh’s early journals. So begins Max Pugh and Marc J Francis’ (Black Gold, LFF2006) fascinating and immersive exploration of what it means to devote one’s life to mindfulness. With unprecedented access to the famous secluded monastery of Plum Village in the South West of France, Walk With Me captures the daily routine and rituals of monks and nuns on a quest to develop a deep sense of presence. It is an insightful rumination on the pursuit of happiness, living in the present and our attachment to material things – a welcome remedy to the stresses of city life and a world in turmoil."
-Laure Bonville

88 minutes