World Premiere of “The Weather Outside”



PORTLAND, Oregon (September 19, 2012) – “The Weather Outside”, produced by Polluted Pictures in association with Wooden Frame Productions, will have its World Premiere as part of  The Eugene International Film Festival at 7 PM on October 19th, 2012 at the Regal Valley River Center Stadium 15 & IMAX  in Eugene, Oregon.

“The Weather Outside” was the second of three feature films shot in 2011 from Wooden Frame Productions that utilized the Oregon state iOPIF rebate program which provides rebates of 20% of goods and services and 10% of Oregon labor for films produced by Oregon filmmakers who spend a minimum of $75,000 but not more than $750,000 on their project. Over 50 cast and crew for the film were residents of Oregon.

The Eugene International Film Festival is now in its sixth year and celebrates independent film from around the world.  Legendary film-maker Roger Corman has referred to it as “…one of America’s top film fests and getting better every year.

Polluted Pictures and Wooden Frame Productions are currently in talks with Sales Representatives as well as distributors all over the world.  The poster for the film “The Weather Outside” was designed by the inimitable Tom Hodge (The Dude Designs).

For information regarding upcoming festival news and more go to  www.theweatheroutside.com as well as liking us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/theweatheroutside

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One Response to “World Premiere of “The Weather Outside””

  1. Jeff Johnston says:

    The Roger Corman quote used by the EIFF is puzzling. Corman has never had a film in the EIFF, has never entered the competition, and has never attended the EIFF in person. It leaves one wondering how he can declare it ” … one of America’s top …” etc. “Getting better every year” further implies repeated festival observations so as to have a sense for something getting better year over year, which could be difficult given the above details about his non-participation. Curious, indeed. Kind of leaves the credibility and value of that quote in question.

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