East Brunswick Public Library

Two Jean Walling Civic Center, 732-390-6767, www.cbpl.org.

Spring Film Festival. Screening of Ingmar Bergman’s last film “Saraband” is in Swedish with English subtitles. Free. Tuesday, June 26.

Hopewell Train Station

Railroad Place, Hopewell. Presented by Thomas Sweet Outdoor Cinema. 609-924-7222.

“Princeton Bride.” Saturday, June 23, 9 p.m.

“Raiders of the Lost Ark.” Saturday, September 15. 8:30 p.m.

Lambertville Public Library

609-397-0275, www.njstatelibr.org/lfpl.

At Mary Sheridan Park, York Street, Lambertville:

Nickelodeon Nights. Screening of “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.” Bring blanket or chair. Picnics encouraged. Rain location is Kalmia Club, 39 York Street. Free. Friday, June 15.

Nickelodeon Nights. Screening of “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.” Bring blanket or chair. Picnics encouraged. Rain location is Kalmia Club, 39 York Street. Free. Friday, August 17.

At the Lambertville Library lawn, 6 Lilly Street, Lambertville:

Nickelodeon Nights. Screening of “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.” Bring blanket or chair. Picnics encouraged. Rain location is Kalmia Club, 39 York Street. Free. Friday, July 20.

New Jersey International Film Festival

732-932-8482, www.njfilmfest.com.

At Loree Hall 024, 70-72 Lipman Drive, Brunswick, 732-932-8482, www.njfilmfest.com.

“Gone to Earth,” Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, 1950. $7. Thursday, June 14.

“Drowning by Numbers,” Peter Greenaway, 1991. $7. Thursday, June 21.

“Scorpio Rising” and “Lucifer Rising,” Kenneth Anger, 1962 and 1980. $7. Thursday, July 12.

“Lost Highway,” David Lynch, 1996. $7. Thursday, July 19.

At Scott Hall 123, College Avenue, New Brunswick.

“Busboys,” Tim Eberle; “Those Crazy Kids,” Thurston Smith; “Millions (a lottery story),” Paul La Blanc. Appearance by La Blanc. $7. Friday, June 15.

“Gone,” Andrew Watson; “Lost,” Samrat Charrabarti; “Moonbabies War on Sound,” Eric Althin and Shannon Henegan; “The Father, Unblinking,” Ziggy Attias; “The Orange Chronicles,” Damian Kolody. Appearance by Kolody. $7. Saturday, June 16.

“The Mighty Humble Blueberry,” Nancy O’Mallon; “Rain in the Mountains,” Joel Metlen and Christine Sullivan. Appearance by Metlen and Sullivan. $7. Sunday, June 17.

“Glimpse,” Dustin Grella; “All the Days Before Tomorrow,” Francois Dompierre. $7. Friday, June 22.

“Magic,” Colin Corrigan; “Saul Goodman,” Jim Connell; “All About Tesla,” Michael Krause. $7. Saturday, June 23.

Jersey Fresh Media includes “Monster,” Adrian Alfonso; “Works in Progress,” Shawn Stidem; “Reflection,” Patrick O’Leary; “Black Zero Mercenary Ant: Operation Sea Hammer,” Dwane Ferguson. Also, “An American Opera,” Thomas McPhee. Appearance by McPhee. $7. Sunday, June 24.

Mercer County Cultural Commission

Rosedale Park, Federal City Road, Pennington, 609-989-6559, www.mercercounty.org.

Movie in the Park. Family entertainment followed by screening of “Happy Feet” at dusk. Bring lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic. Free. Rain date is August 17. Friday, August 10.

Mediterra

Palmer Square, North Plaza, Hulfish Street. 609-921-2333, www.palmersquare.com. Mondays. Free.

“A Fistful of Dollars.” Monday, June 18.

“North by Northwest.” Monday, June 25.

“The Bride of Frankenstein.” Monday, July 9.

“I Vitelloni.” Monday, July 16.

“A Night at the Opera.” Monday, July 23.

“Rudy.” Monday, July 30

Palmer Square

Harry Potter Release Party, presented by Jazams, 609-924-8697. Crafts, music, and food on Hulfish Street, followed by a screening of “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” on the Green. Friday, July 20, 6 to 11 p.m. (Copies of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” go on sale at 12:01 a.m.)

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