This weekend, The Cary Theater in downtown Cary presents a trio of rock related films in conjunction with a Saturday afternoon performance of “Pink Floyd: The Wall” by the students of School of Rock Cary. Friday night kicks off the mini music movie marathon with a double feature of Colin Hanks’ 2015 documentary “All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records” at 7, followed by Alan Parker’s 1982 film version of “The Wall” at 9. Following the School of Rock performance at 2:30 p.m. Saturdayis a 7 p.m. screening of George Hencken’s 2014 documentary “Soul Boys of the Western World,” about ’80s pop sensation Spandau Ballet. Sunday, there is an encore of “All Things Must Pass” at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $3-$5 for each film (the School of Rock Cary performance runs $8-$10). Details: 919-462-2051 or thecarytheater.com.
- Friday night in Durham, the Carolina Theatre will host a fundraiser for the Nevermore Film Festival with a double feature of “Blade Runner: The Final Cut,” Ridley Scott’s 2007 revision of his 1982 sci-fi classic starring Harrison Ford; and Katsuhiro Ôtomo’s 1988 Japanimation masterpiece “Akira.” It begins at 7 and admission is $10. Details: 919-560-3030 or carolinatheatre.org/films.
- Also Friday night, The N.C. Museum of Art’s Winter 2016 film series continues with Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s 1951 musical rom-com “The Tale of Hoffman,” starring Moira Shearer, Robert Rounseville and Ludmilla Tchérina. It starts at 8, and tickets are $7 ($5 for students and NCMA members). Details: 919-715-5923 or ncartmuseum.org.
- Tuesday night at Duke University in Durham, the Screen/Society shows Ousmane Sembene’s 2001 comedy drama “Faat Kiné” at White 107 (White Lecture Hall). Thursday night, the Screen/Society’s Cine East – East Asian Cinema series shows Saipulla Mutallip’s 2014 documentary “Qarangghu Tagh: The Villages Afar.” Director Mutallip will participate in a Q&A after the screening. Both films begin at 7, and are free. Details: 919-660-3030 or ami.trinity.duke.edu/screensociety.