UPDATE: Pirate Radio opens tonight at Edwards 22.
2012—December 2012 marks the end of the Mayan calendar, one of the most accurate calendars ever created by any civilization. This date—significant to multiple civilizations, religions and scientists—will mark a shift in the world we have come to know. While the world faces disaster, and our species faces extinction, 2012 tells the story of the human fight for survival. (PG-13) Edwards 9, Edwards 22
Paris—Pierre, a successful dancer, has been diagnosed with a dangerous heart condition, forcing him to leave his dancing career behind. Now, he must find new life in the Parisian world around him which he previously ignored. Watching others live, and finding support from his sister, a lonely single mother, Pierre finally experiences the true meaning of love. (R) The Flicks
Pirate Radio—The battleground of rock has always been manned on one side by those making and playing the music, and on the other side by those who believe they should be in charge of our moral well-being. In the new film Pirate Radio, it’s the 1960s and The Count (Philip Seymour Hoffman), an American DJ, leads a group of rogue DJs onto a boat and into the middle of the sea to thwart the British government’s attempt to silence Radio Rock. Soundtrack includes music from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, The Who and more. The film is based on actual events. (R), Edwards 22
RE: Session—Non-profit Idaho ski group the FreeSkiers are hosting a film to cover the costs of competition, gear, and travel. For all snow fans, the film, by Teton Gravity Research, offers up jaw-dropping stunts and benefits a good cause. One night only: Friday, Nov. 13, 7 and 9 p.m., $12. Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St., Boise, 208-345-0454, egyptiantheatre.net.