JACKPOT ON FILM—The annual Jackpot Records Film and Music Fest is a love letter to music and film. If you can't make 'em all, at least catch Charles Bradley: Soul of America (Wednesday), the fascinating story of a soul singer; Jobriath A.D. (Thursday), a "must-see" doc about the gay "American Bowie"; and of course, Rhino Resurrected (Friday), about the history of the awesome Rhino Records. WSH
Bagdad Theater, 3702 SE Hawthorne, Mon-Fri, all movies 8 pm, $5
I'VE BEEN TO VIDAL SASSOON—Roman Polanski's alternately hilarious and creepy Satanic suspense thriller Rosemary's Baby (starring Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes!) is always a spellbindingly good time, but chances are you've never seen it the way it was meant to be experienced: on film. Luckily the Hollywood has scored it on the reels, so queue up to see the tyke. After all, he has his father's eyes. MS
Hollywood Theatre, 4122 NE Sandy, Fri-Thurs 9:30 pm, $5-7
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