Sunday, June 30
No is a dramatization of the Chilean election of 1988, when activists desperate to free their land from the grip of Augusto Pinochet tried to rally their countrymen to vote “no” on the question of whether the dictator should remain in power. Gael García Bernal stars as the young advertising exec roped into running the No campaign. It screens this weekend at the Portland Museum of Art (7 Congress Square), today at 2 p.m. Tix: $7. 775-6148. portlandmuseum.com.