Oregon B Bounty

“Barfly” Celebrate the birthday of author Charles Bukowski with a screening of this Barbet Schroeder film and a selection of readings from the late poet and novelist’s works. (Hollywood Theatre, Saturday only)

“The Bastard Swordsman” 35mm martial arts goodness: a 1983 Wu Tang joint. (Hollywood Theatre, Tuesday only)

“Dark Horse” A darkly comic love story by world-class misanthrope Todd Solondz. (Living Room Theaters)

“Drugstore Cowboy” Gus Van Sant’s 1989 breakout film, set in a Portland that seems only to exist in memory and being shown on a rooftop not far from where it was filmed. (Northwest Film Center, Thursday only)

“Factory of One” Premiere of locally-made documentary about one man’s elaborate plans for attending Burning Man. (Hollywood Theatre, Saturday only)

“Falling Overnight” Drama about love between a young cancer patient and a photographer. (Hollywood Theatre, Wednesday only)

“Jaws” Steven Spielberg’s landmark summer classic, back on the big screen before school starts again. (Clackamas Town Center, Eastport, Thursday only)

“The Jazz Singer” Not the Al Jolson talkie but the Neil Diamond thingy (Mission Theater, Wednesday only)

“The Karate Kid” The 1984 original, with the Oscar-nominated performance by Pat Morita. Accept no substitutes. (Laurelhurst)

“Laura” A brilliant, glossy film noir directed by Otto Preminger and starring Dana Andrews and Gene Tierney. (5th Avenue Cinema, Friday through Sunday only)

“Mad Max” A young Mel Gibson stars in this blistering post-apocalyptic cop story. (Tigard Joy Cinema, Friday through Monday only)

“Metropolis” Fritz Lang’s silent classic, with live musical accompaniment by Bent Knee. (Hollywood Theatre, Friday only)

“The Misfits” John Huston’s 1961 film of an Arthur Miller script marked the last work by Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe. Tin House hosts the screening to mark the publication of Adam Braver’s Marilyn-centered novel, “Misfit.” (Hollywood Theatre, Sunday only)

“Mourning” Iranian drama about parents trying to discuss their child’s future without his knowing about it. (Northwest Film Center, Tuesday only)

“Pegasus” Drama from Morocco about a psychiatrist whose work with a complex case causes him to unravel a bit himself. (Northwest Film Center, Wednesday only)

“The Prize” A woman and her daughter flee the tyranny of the Argentine dictatorship. (Northwest Film Center, Sunday only)

“Project Youth Doc 2012 Screening” The works of this summer’s crop of student filmmakers premiere. (Hollywood Theatre, Monday only)

“’70s SciFi Double Feature” Rarely-screened episodes of “UFO” and “Space 1999”. (Hollywood Theatre, Thursday only)

“Super Chill” Premiere of a made-in-Portland internet comedy series. (Hollywood Theatre, Saturday only)

“Unhinged” Portland filmmaking pioneer Don Gronquist’s star-crossed 1982 slasher movie gets an ultra-rare screening. (Hollywood Theatre, Tuesday only)

“Voice Without a Shadow” A 1958 crime drama by B-movie master Suzuki Seijun, based on a novel by Seicho Matsumoto and concerning a newspaperman investigating a string of murders. (Northwest Film Center, Sunday only)