Roving Eye International Film Festival, through April 23, Roger Williams University, 1 Ferry Road, Bristol. Over 70 films from all over world, celebrates next generation of independent cinema. Free for film-related events; modest admission for theater and music event. Concludes with annual Soforenko Foundation Film/Speaker Series On The Jewish Experience. www.film-festival.org/RovingEye
"Green Fire, Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time," April 23, 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m., and 2 p.m., at Mass Audubon's Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary, 108 North St., Norfolk. Free. Film explores life, career of "Father of Ecology."
Green Reel film series, April 23, 2 p.m., Boyden Library, Foxboro. Free, moderated discussion follows. FILM: Force of Nature.
Frederick Wiseman: For the Record, through June 4, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Celebrates 50th anniversary of Boston native's debut with film retrospective and May 3 conversation with filmmaker. mfa.org
Darkness Made Visible, through July 30, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Pairing of Derek Jarman's final feature-length film "Blue" (1993) with Mark Bradford's video installation "Spiderman" (2015); both first-person accounts of AIDS crisis. www.mfa.org
Flickers' R.I. International Film Festival, Aug. 8 to 13, Providence, Newport, Cranston, Warwick, East Greenwich, Cumberland, Woonsocket, Tiverton, Westerly. www.film-festival.org/ticketspasses, 401-861-4445