Karen Doesn’t Dream (2018) – Teaser

  Over the course of the last year, Portland State University Television (PSUTV) has been creating a feature film: Karen Doesn’t Dream. This psychological drama follows Karen, a 27 year-old porn store employee and Seaside resident. Karen’s job has always been dreary and monotonous, serving the tourists and tenants of Seaside. But that was before she […]

#OregonMade Netflix Series, “Everything Sucks” Will Premiere Feb 16th, 2018

“Everything Sucks” is the latest #OregonMade series to hit TV screens and set to air February 16th.  This newest Netflix series is described as a high school coming-of-age dramedy, set in the late 1990’s in Boring, Oregon.  It shot 10 episodes last year in Oregon City, Boring and Fort Rock. “Everything Sucks” was created by […]

Upcoming Wildlife Mini-Series aims to change how we see the natural world

Have you ever wanted to stand eye to eye with an elephant, or watch as a tiger slowly walks past you?  Or maybe you dream is to swim with a manta ray, or see the frozen tundras of the north? Well, good news, one team is working to make this a new type of reality, […]

An Evening with Lower Boom

2017 wasn’t all rainbows and unicorns, that’s for sure. Nevertheless! Lower Boom did have a year filled with exciting projects, new partnerships and community support. As we head into 2018, we’d like to invite you to come down to Lower Boom World Headquarters, (Dig a Pony!), and check out what we did in 2017, and […]

#OregonMade “Lean On Pete” In Theaters March 30th, 2018

ACCLAIMED FILMMAKER ANDREW HAIGH RETURNS WITH AMERICANA ODYSSEY IN FIRST TRAILER AND POSTER FOR LEAN ON PETE, STARRING CHARLIE PLUMMER, STEVE BUSCEMI AND CHLOЁ SEVIGNY. The film premiered to exceptional reviews at The Venice Film Festival in competition and also played Telluride and Toronto earlier this year. – IN THEATERS MARCH 30 – From acclaimed […]

HBO’s #OregonMade “Here And Now” Unveiled New Trailer

#OregonMade in Portland, the new Alan Ball/HBO series, “Here and Now” shared the new teaser trailer yeterday. The series about a, “multi-racial family made up of husband, wife, three adopted children from Somalia, Vietnam and Colombia and one biological child, find their bonds tested when one of the children begins seeing things which the rest […]

Sundance To Premiere Both Debra Granik’s & Gus Van Sant’s New Films

Sundance Film Festival announced its lineup today and we are pleased to see that Debra Granik‘s (“Winter’s Bone”) new feature, “Untitled Debra Granik Project” was just accepted in the festival’s World Premiere section.  Granik wrote (with Anne Rosellini) and directed this #OregonMade film. “A father and daughter live a perfect but mysterious existence in Forest […]

Portland Asian Film Festival Coming Soon…

The International Film Exchange of Oregon will present the first annual Portland Asian Film Festival, Nov. 10-16 at Cinema 21 and Nov. 17-18 at Portland Community College, Cascade Campus. On the program are almost thirty feature films, including a retrospective dedicated to the Japanese filmmaker Hideo Nakata, a master in the horror genre, from his […]

The McDowell Colony Seeking To Support Oregon-Based Artists + Filmmakers – Applications Being Taken

About McDowell: Founded in 1907, The MacDowell Colony  is “the oldest artist colony in America. Artists (about 300 a year) receive Fellowships to pursue their work on 450 woodland acres in Peterborough, New Hampshire. Any artist may apply for residency at MacDowell; the only criterion for acceptance is talent demonstrated by work samples. Every accepted […]

Doxx Magazine Focuses On Women Documentary Filmmakers

Doxx Magazine is a new digital publication dedicated to women documentarians. The online hub is a designated and creative place for the stories, work, and thoughts of female and non-binary nonfiction media makers. To enrich the local and national documentary communities, the magazine will archive filmmakers from Oregon and beyond. Each issue will include interviews, […]