Join Oregon Games March 9th – Investor Education + Game On

Explore why VR & AR are the next industries to invest in and see the latest projects and companies taking off within Oregon! Game On is the Oregon Game Organization (OGO)’s annual celebration of games and new technology. Games are a strong and ongoing contributor to job creation and the state’s economy.   Join business and creative leaders, policy […]

Oregon Art Beat Highlights Oregon Film Museum

OPB Television’s “Oregon Art Beat” took a look at what makes Astoria a unique arts town and tourism center this month, including this segment featuring the Oregon Film Museum: PBS.org | OPB | Oregon Art Beat Producer Katrina Sarson takes us on a tour of the Oregon Film Museum in Astoria. The museum highlights and celebrates movies […]

PSU Students Working On “Portlandia”

Portland State University’s growing film program has made room for students to spend some time working on the set of “Portlandia”, gaining invaluable experience, as well as personal connections. Six students worked on the IFC show this fall in various different departments. Read More: “Let knowledge serve Portlandia“. More information about PSU’s film programs.  

Put Your Film Skills To Good Use – Mentor Youth Experiencing Homelessness With Outside The Frame

Inspire homeless and marginalized youth with your knowledge and expertise. Outside the Frame seeks local Cinematographers, Sound Mixers, Gaffers, Editors, Composers, Animators, and other film industry professionals to join for our pool of paid mentors. Full and half day workshops sessions or post production work available. Outside the Frame changes how homeless and marginalized youth see […]

Celebrating #OregonMadeShows

I first heard about the #OregonMade trademark at the Portland International Airport while viewing actual artifacts from several films shot in Oregon on display. Now the Oregon Film Museum is stepping out and celebrating ‘Animal House’ with a huge party in Portland on October 30th, 2016. And the local communities, who hold their own local […]

Saturday Workshop With Mark Orton

Working with the Film Composer  Taught by Mark Orton Saturday, October 22, 10am-4pm Register online The Northwest Film Center is excited to be offering a Saturday workshop with local composer Mark Orton, who composed music for the films Nebraska and Boxtrolls, in addition to a new soundtrack for Buster Keaton’s The General and work on This […]

Bill Plympton Speaks, Oct. 15 & 16, UNDERGROUND USA

On Oct 15, 2016, two time Oscar nominee Bill Plympton will appear as a guest speaker at Oregon Cartoon Institute‘s one day symposium UNDERGROUND USA. The following evening he will introduce a program of his short films at the Mission Theater. UNDERGROUND USA is one day public history/arts education event which focuses on one chapter of […]

Documentary Proposal Writing With Host Of OPB’s Field Guide

The Northwest Film Center is excited to offer a new four-session course with host and executive producer of OPB’s Field Guide, Steve Amen. The class takes place on Monday evenings, October 3 to October 24, and will be a great place to jump start your documentary project with an irresistible proposal that leaves funders wanting […]

Hatfield Marine Science Center Hosts Ocean Research Mini-Film Fest

Oregon State’s Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport,  will be hosting a short mini-film fest September 22nd, at 5 and 7PM at the Hennings Auditorium of the Visitor Center.  The films will cover topics such as: Oregon State University’s Marine Studies Initiative; Ocean sound in the bottom of the Mariana Trench, with NOAA’s Bob Dziak; […]

Lighting On Location With Gary Nolton Starts April 14th

Join the Northwest Film Center and the owner of Limbo Films for a nine-session course all about lighting. Starting Thursday April 14th, the class will visit a variety of locations and each week explore a new aspect of lighting typical for a narrative film. Taught by an award-winning working Cinematographer, this relaxed yet informative class takes […]