Berta Didn't Die. March 2 will mark the two-year anniversary of the assassination of the internationally renowned Honduran leader Berta Cáceres. In memoriam and celebration of a wonderful life of environmental activism and fighting for indigenous rights, the Global Justice Center is showing a newly made 30-minute video of her life. They wish to remind you: Berta didn't die, she multiplied! 6 p.m., Friday, March 2. 225 E 26th St.
Works by Bailey Hikawa & Scotty Wagner. The Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson is presenting a screening of their work "Trial Child," smaller pieces, and a short Q&A afterward. The works focus on experimental forms of storytelling, social, and cultural norms and how they relate to new technologies. 7 p.m., Saturday, March 3. 265 S Church Ave.
The Fairy Faith. For their free first Saturday event, the Valley of the Moon is showing The Fairy Faith. Directed by John Walker, this documentary follows the history and mythology of fairies through Ireland, England, Scotland and Cape Breton. 6 p.m., Saturday, March 3. 2544 E Allen Road.
The Loft Cinema
3233 E. Speedway Blvd.
Frankenstein's Daughter. "Life, although it may only be an accumulation of anguish, is dear to me, and I will defend it," said Mary Shelley, 200 years ago. To celebrate the Gothic, Romantic masterpiece of literature, The Loft is showing just about the worst piece of campy '50s horror this side of Ed Wood. What says "Has science gone too far" better than a teen girl monster in a rubber suit who goes on a killing rampage? 8 p.m., Monday, March 5. $3
The Graduate. A "New Hollywood" classic, few films can boast as iconic of a shot as the leg-draped-in-front-of-college-age-Dustin-Hoffman. Featuring a post-film discussion with Beverly Gray, author of the book, Seduced by Mrs. Robinson: How The Graduate Became the Touchstone of a Generation. 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 8. Regular admission prices.