||Featuring movies filmed locally Saturday, Nov. 10 Preus-Brandt Forum Five classic films that were shot in the Conejo Valley will be screened throughout the day and evening, and local experts will provide historical context and answer questions. 10 a.m. - Dr. Doolittle (1967). The animals came from Jungleland, which was on Thousand Oaks Boulevard. 1 p.m. - The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938). How Lake Sherwood got its name. 4 p.m. - Wuthering Heights (1939). Lawrence Olivier in the Yorkshire moors behind CLU. 7 p.m. - Spartacus (1960). Tony Curtis, Kirk Douglas and Charles Laughton contest ancient Rome a la the Conejo. 10 p.m. - Sleeper (1973). Woody Allen at his best: just plain silly, funny and great for students. Admission is $10; $7.50 for students and seniors; $5 for children. For updated information, visit www.conejovalleyfilmfestival.com. For questions, contact Timothy Hengst at 805-493-3241 or email@example.com, or Billy Martin at billymartin@ conejovalleyfilmfestival.com.