Room to Grow • A New Family Docu-Series About Today’s LGBTQ + Teens & Their Allies.

Jon Garcia and Matt Alber are working on a new 8 episode docu-series called “Room To Grow“, about what it’s like to be an LGBT teenager today. Why are we doing this? Figuring out who you are as a young person today can be pretty tough. Expressing it can be even tougher. It can feel […]

Beginner Level Virtual/Mixed Reality Classes at OSB

Oregon Story Board is excited to announce the next evolution of our 2016 HoloLens Development classes. Introducing our Intro to VR/MR Summer Courses! Curious about what it takes to make virtual reality? Come explore design, development and user experience classes at Oregon Story Board this June. All 3 of our new class tracts provide a hands-on learning environment […]

POWGirls Announces two Workshops for Summer 2017

POWGirls Announces two Workshops for Summer 2017! POWGirls launched in March of 2014 and has hosted eight successful workshops serving over 80 girls in the Portland Metro area.  Watch POWGirls Films Here. We are excited to announce our Summer 2017 dates: Summer Workshop I: INTRO TO FILMMAKING, June 19-23, 2017 Summer Workshop II: ADVANCED DOCUMENTARY […]

Oregon Poetic Cinema Filmmaker Jack Nicholson Turns 80

This is an excerpt from the photo book being written by Oregon Filmmaker Katherine Wilson: 50 Years of Oregon Film, from Hollywood to Cinematic Literary Voices 1968 -2018 Five Easy Pieces & Poetic Cinema: the 1st Oregon Film of Jack Nicholson There is a quote I love from Jack Nicholson about the low budget existential westerns […]

This Fall Animating Life:The Art, Science, and Wonder of LAIKA Comes to Portland Art Museum

Behind the scenes, the Oregon animation studio, LAIKA, is an amazing collection of animators, artists, cutting-edge tech, and good, old-fashioned story-telling, and this fall you will be able to explore LAIKA’s “creative process” from start to finish at the Portland Art Museum. The Northwest Film Center and the Portland Art Museum have partnered with LAIKA […]

TechFestNW Kicks Off Today!

Experience TechFestNW in Portland! “TechFestNW is where you’ll explore the best of tech trends- from Artificial Intelligence to cannatech- in an up-close and personal way. With four tracks of content- Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence & Robotics, Lifestyle Tech, and Digital Storytelling- there’s truly something for everyone with an eye and ear for the tech universe. […]

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 […]