Travel to Greece, Namibia, Indonesia or other locales around the globe through the upcoming ArchaeologyFest Film Series, coming for four nights this month to Central Oregon Community College in Bend.
The series contains the best films from the Archaeology Channel’s 2012 International Film and Video Festival. The films range from a look into a breed of Navajo sheep to the fate of Beijing’s history amid rapid development to the tomb of Egyptian pharaoh Ramesses the Second.
The screenings take place Friday and Saturday, and Feb. 15-16 starting at 7:30 p.m. in COCC’s Boyle Education Center. They last about two hours. Admission each night is $6, with tickets available at the door.
Contact: filmfest@ archaeologychannel.org or www.archaeology channel.org/events-guide/archaeologyfest-film-series-guide.