It's curtain time once again at the Thousand Oaks Library.
This month's Classic Cinema is Federico Fellini's 1965 movie "Juliet of the Spirits," showing at 7 p.m. Saturday.
"It's a mystical movie about the female psyche," coordinator Amani Fliers said. "It deals with the spirit of the female and about the institution of marriage."
As with many of the Italian director's films, this one is autobiographical.
"It's about his discoveries about his wife during their marriage," Fliers said. "It's about a woman who suspects her husband's infidelity and feels her world crumbling around her. It's about people coming into marriage unprepared."
The movie stars Fellini's real-life wife, Giulietta Masina.
Here's an idea for a night on the town.
Take that sweetheart of yours to see the new video put out by the Ventura County Visitors and Convention Bureau.
It's an 11-minute agricultural video made with the help of the Farm Bureau. "It gives some of the history of Ventura and tells about what is grown here," bureau spokeswoman Janice Flippen said. "It points out that Ventura has the ideal weather to grow produce."