Go to PIFF and watch some good Oregon Films



This week the 34th Portland International Film Festival (PIFF) puts a spotlight on the tremendous accomplishments of Oregon filmmakers, with screenings of Peter D. Richardsonʼs Sundance-acclaimed documentary “How to Die in Oregon“; Aaron Katzʼs Portland valentine “Cold Weather“; the Portland premiere of Matt McCormickʼs first feature film, “Some Days are Better Than Others” starring Portlandia’s Carrie Brownstein; and a program of “Made in Portland” short films featuring the works of Jim Blashfield, Joanna Priestley, Vince Malone, and more.

The Festival, presented by the Northwest Film Center, continues through February 26th. The full program, tickets, and more information can be found at http://festivals.nwfilm.org/piff34/.

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