#EOFF2016 Program Announcement: The Films

Still from MA (dir. Celia Rowlson Hall) // Screens opening night October 20 Eastern Oregon Film Festival will be celebrating its seventh year of independent film and music programming in La Grande, Oregon on October 20-22, 2016. EOFF will be hosting more visiting filmmakers than in previous years, and in all screening more than 30 […]

#EOFF2015 Kicks Off May 7

The sixth annual Eastern Oregon Film Festival kicks off this Thursday, May 7, in La Grande, Oregon with the documentary feature PLANETARY at 7:00PM preceded by Danny Madden’s ALL YOUR FAVORITE SHOWS! A in-person Q&A with PLANETARY director Guy Reid will follow. The night will conclude with a celebration at The Art Center begginning around 9PM – TERMINAL GRAVITY will […]

Oregon Sci-Fi Feature “A Morning Light” on Kickstarter

  Extraterrestrial visitation. Ecology. Wilderness. Human Psychology. Human Nature. The mechanistic response to be fearful of things we do not understand—of that which lies outside of our limited understanding.  •• Oregon filmmaker Ian Clark is raising funds on Kickstarter for A MORNING LIGHT—a stark, feature-length portrait about alleged alien abduction phenomenon. Starring Zach Weintraub and Celia Rowlson-Hall. Shooting […]

Filmmaker Ian Clark takes MMXIII on an Online Tour

MMXIII from IAN CLARK. After making his way through another successful Eastern Oregon Film Festival, filmmaker and Eastern Oregon native Ian Clark is taking his most recent project “MMXIII” on a theatrical tour……. online.  Ian has made arrangements for several different websites to host his project on their site over the next month.  The “tour” […]

Oregon Filmmaker and EOFF co-founder Ian Clark named in Filmmakers’s ’25’

Eastern Oregon Film Festival’s co-founder and programming co-director Ian Clark was recently included as one of Filmmaker Magazine’s ’25 New Faces in Independent Film’. Ian’s recent films ‘Country Story’ (EOFF 2011 Primiere) and soon to be released short film “Searching for Yellow” have garnered attention for the works’ subtle narratives and intimate photography.  “Cinema is another medium just like painting,” […]

Eastern Oregon Film Festival Astounds, Impresses and Continues to Grow

Opening night saw two lines extending down Adams Ave. from the Granada Theater down to the bike shop: one line for pass-holders, and one line for those who missed out on a great discount. Edna Henderson, manager of the Granada compared the opening to another well-known film: