1859 Profiles Four Oregonian Documentarians

Photo and illustration by Andy Batt

Photo and illustration by Andy Batt

1859 Magazine profiled four Oregon documentary directors and highlighted what drives their passion to bring their stories to the screen, and what they have to do make that happen.

Oregon has seen an uptick in documentaries in the last few years, with such projects as Brian Lindstrom’s “Mothering Inside“, Melissa Lowry’s “Black Girl in Suburbia“, John Waller’s “Mending The Line“, and Irene Taylor Brodsky’s “Open Your Eyes“.  Read the 1859 Magazine article here to learn more about these Oregonian documentary pioneers.

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