Koerner Camera Hosted PacNW Lens Summit – A Success!

In a great recap from Adam Wilt at the Film and Digital Times: Koerner Camera Systems in Portland, Oregon hosted the 2nd annual Pacific Northwest Lens Summit on the first Saturday in May. About 250 people came to see lenses, filters, FIZ controllers and focusing aids, anamorphics and adapters, gimbals, cameras, and camera robots presented […]

Call For Entries For Film Festival For High School And College Age Filmmakers!

We are excited to announce that the Call for Entries for the inaugural Gateway Film Festival is now open! The Gateway Film Festival aims to give young diverse minds a platform to create, share, and celebrate their filmmaking with the entire community.The festival will take place in October 12-13 2018. Submissions are open to high school and […]

NW Doc “The Cage Fighter” screening @ NW Film Ctr 5/10

For your consideration – a NW documentary from Seattle based filmmaker Jeff Unay that explores the dramatic “real life Rocky” struggle of Seattle MMA fighter Joe Carman.  A rare Portland screening brings this well reviewed and well traveled doco (which saw theatrical release after making the rounds at the Bend Film Fest among others) to […]

PSU.tv Annual Film Project Casting Call

CASTING AFP3 – Google Docs Read the PDF above for information on PSU.tvs Web Series that is being Produced this summer! If you are interested in applying, fill out this application to set up an audition time. OR email [email protected] if interested in being an extra. LINK TO APPLY    

RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARCHIVE “Rajneeshpuram” episode of The Oregon Experience (2012)

Let’s just say that we’re big fans of both OPB and OHS, especially the original programming of the former and the film and media archives that are housed by the latter. And we’re always excited to watch the content that both of these great #OregonMade organizations create. And, yes, we’ve binged on Netflix’s Wild Wild Country […]

2018 Oregon Film History Conference – May 4

Since 2015, Oregon Cartoon Institute has offered an annual one day crash course in Oregon film history attended by educators, historians, curators, librarians, archivists, writers and filmmakers. Fourth Annual Oregon Film History Conference Friday, May 4, 2018 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM University of Oregon, White Stag Auditorium 70 NW Couch Portland, OR This year’s conference focuses […]

#OregonMade Film Series: “Stand By Me” on 35mm

Continuing the celebration of its 50th Anniversary Year, Oregon Film goes this time to Brownsville which plays the mythic town of Castle Rock in Rob Reiner’s adaptation of Stephen King’s short story “The Body.” Once again River Phoenix stars, this time along side Wil Wheaton, Corey Feldman, Jerry O’Connell and Kiefer Sutherland; Richard Dreyfuss and […]

“My Own Private Idaho” 35mm Screening Big Success – #OregonMade50

  As part of its 50th Anniversary, Oregon Film has teamed up with the Hollywood Theatre to bring several films shot in Oregon back to the big screen – earlier this week was this month’s offering, “My Own Private Idaho.” Gus Van Sant’s Shakespearean tale with River Phoenix and Keanu Reeves follows two friends, Mike […]

Editing Workshops at NW Documentary: Adobe Premiere & Final Cut Pro X

NW Documentary’s spring-term Editing workshops are beginning in early April and there’s still space to register! These five-week classes are dedicated to equipping you with the tools to make your videos look and sound their best. With our practical, hands-on instruction you’ll learn how to piece together a narrative and take the first step towards […]


April 17-April 22, 2018   Eugene, OR DisOrient is a social justice film festival showcasing the work of independent filmmakers, and features honest portrayals of Asian American and Pacific Islander experiences. The festival encompasses 5 days and 7 venues, with 29 filmmakers attending from Hong Kong, Canada and across the United States A refreshing break […]