“MEEK’S CUTOFF,” directed by Kelly Reichardt. Join Reichardt for a screening of her 2011 Western “Meek’s Cutoff,” followed by a roundtable discussion moderated by Sarah Keller, assistant professor of English and cinema studies at Colby College, and Ariel Rogers, assistant professor of film studies at the University of Southern Maine. Michelle Williams stars as a young woman aboard an ill-fated wagon train on the Oregon Trail in 1845. Event co-sponsored by the Portland Museum of Art, the Maine Humanities Council, and the University of Southern Maine’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Free admission for all college students with valid student ID. PG. 1:44. 6 p.m. Friday 

“WENDY AND LUCY,” directed by Kelly Reichardt. Centers on a young woman named Wendy (Michelle Williams) who is traveling to Alaska with her beloved dog when she gets stuck in Portland, Ore., with a broken-down car and just a few hundred dollars left. R. 1:20. 2 p.m. Saturday 

“OLD JOY,” directed by Kelly Reichardt. Low-key drama about two old friends (Daniel London and Will Oldham) who spend a weekend in the woods of the Pacific Northwest in a halfhearted attempt to rekindle their friendship. NR. 1:16. 2 p.m. Sunday 

All three movies showing at: Portland Museum of Art

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