Film Farm’s Movies in Montville will wrap up its made-in-Maine fall film series at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18 at the Montville Grange on Thompson Ridge Road in Center Montville.

Two films will be screened, the world premiere of the student film short, “Lost,” and the feature film, “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” which premiered at The Maine International Film Festival in Waterville in July.

“Lost” was produced at Film Farm’s fall filmmaking workshop, written and directed by Julia Clapp of Belfast. In the film, a young reporter “finds” the story his news station boss is desperately pressuring him to discover when his own sister becomes “lost” during an overnight camping trip.

“Baby It’s Cold Outside” is the feature film presentation for the evening, written by and starring actress Pam Ross. Filmed in Maine and Florida, the film tells the story of a Florida woman who marries a Mainer, moves to rural Maine and whose nupitals are put to the test when she endures a harsh Maine winter.

Both films are suitable for the whole family. The suggested donation is $5 for adults and $3 for children. Bring snacks to enjoy.

For more information about Movies in Montville, contact Nicolle Littrell at 323-3932 or nicolle@filmfarmmaine.com.