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“Coraline” Returns to Theatres in 3D!

June 11, 2024 / Oregon Film

BendFilm Announces: Basecamp

June 5, 2024 / Oregon Film

POV Filmmakers Free Monthly Mixer – June

May 29, 2024 / Dawn Sellers

Congratulations Post Production Grant Recipients 2024

May 15, 2024 / Elyse Taylor Liburd

“Let’s Have Kids” Announces Cast

April 30, 2024 / Oregon Film

Inspiring the New Generation of Filmmakers

April 22, 2024 / Shawn Daley

MetroEast Presents Food Foray!

April 12, 2024 / Oregon Film

Cinema Unbound Awards Coming June 21

April 11, 2024 / Oregon Film

#OregonMade “New Life” Drops Trailer

April 4, 2024 / Oregon Film

Storyboard Training for CG Television

March 21, 2024 / Oregon Film

Wild Diversity Is Looking For Media Crew!

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Tag! Queer Shorts Festival 2024

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“Coraline” Returns to Theatres in 3D!

Are you ready to go back to the Other World… bigger and better than ever? On Aug. 15-22, #OregonMade Coraline returns to theaters around the world in remastered 3D!

Tickets go on sale Friday, June 21 — sign up for an email reminder and get updates on new merch, events and more at

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#OregonMade “Twilight” at the Tomorrow Theater

Prepare to immerse yourself in a Fourth of July weekend unlike any other! We’re bringing the magic and romance with a screening of this #OregonMade Pacific Northwest classic. Join us for a fang-tastic evening as we celebrate the vampires who captivated hearts worldwide. Before the film rolls, put your blockbuster knowledge to the test with lightning-fast trivia that’ll keep you on your toes. Fabulous prizes await! 🌟 Stock up on snacks, rally your squad, and brace yourselves for a night filled with true love, intrigue, and summertime enchantment!

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#OregonMade “The Goonies” at the Tomorrow Theater

Get ready to embark on a wild adventure this Fourth of July weekend! Gear up for a treasure-filled screening of this beloved local feature. Join us for a coastal extravaganza as we honor the film that captured the spirit of adventure right here in our own backyard of Astoria, Oregon. Before the big screen magic unfolds, put your blockbuster knowledge to the test with lightning-fast trivia rounds. Fabulous prizes await the victors! 😎 Rally your crew and brace yourselves for a night of pirate ships, hidden caves, and Oregonian summertime thrills.

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Oregon Comm Foundation: Arts and Culture Rebuilding Program

The Oregon Community Foundation has announced details of its Arts and Culture Rebuilding Program.

Funding will go to arts & culture organizations to rebuild and strengthen the sector through support for general operations, capacity-building, small capital projects, and new or expanding programs or projects.

The program guidelines will be posted by June 7, with the application opening on June 24. The program will operate on a rolling deadline through December 10, 2024.

The Arts and Culture Rebuilding Program will operate on a rolling deadline through December 10, 2024.

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BendFilm Announces: Basecamp

BendFilm, the nonprofit independent cinema organization, today announced BendFilm: Basecamp, a three-day immersive retreat for emerging creatives and their industry counterparts to connect, learn and collaborate. BendFilm: Basecamp will take place at Caldera Arts outside Sisters, Oregon, from October 7-10, 2024, and flow directly into the 21st annual Bend Film Festival (which takes place October 10-13, 2024, across venues throughout Bend and beyond). BendFilm: Basecamp’s inaugural year is made possible, in part, by the generosity of the M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust.

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Portland Film Festival Presents “Pride Stories” – June 4

Indie Film Series, a program of the Portland Film Festival, is proud to announce an update to the 2024/25 monthly screening on Tuesday, June 4th, with “Brothers” local co-directors Emmett J. Lundberg, and Sheya Ghieth, and “Our Dad Danielle’s” director S.E. King in attendance.

“Emmett, Sheya, and S.E. are incredibly talented and inspiring filmmakers, and we are thrilled to showcase their remarkable work here in Portland. Their courage in sharing their unique trans stories is an important contribution to the rich tapestry of our city’s history, especially during Pride month.

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Oregon Film – Who We Are and What We Do (June 2024 Update)

It’s that time of year again. Here’s an update on the work we’ve been doing.

Oregon Film, sometimes called the Oregon Film & Video Office other times called the Governor’s Office of Film & Television, is the oldest US state film commission that we know of. Founded in 1968 our mission is to develop, grow and support the film and media industry here in Oregon.

That mission has pretty much remained the same for years but the things that we do and how we try to achieve them often change.

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PAM CUT Workshop: Access as Art and Practice in Creative Projects

In this artist talk and workshop on June 5 at PAM CUT, Ariel Baska, multiple disabled horror filmmaker and disability advocate, shares their experiences using accessibility tools as a uniquely creative layer. They are joined by Cheryl Green, of the Social Audio Description Collective, to talk through how captions and audio description can intertwine aesthetically with the work. By working in this way, artists can provide access that is both integral to the art and opens up new artistic worlds to audiences they have never reached before.

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Oregon Premiere of #OregonMade “Why Dig When You Can Pluck” June 27

Join us for a night of local multimedia storytelling! Featuring local filmmaker Cambria Matlow’s new film “Why Dig When You Can Pluck” at the Tomorrow Theatre on June 27.

Synopsis: “A filmmaker seeking inspiration for her next movie brings her volatile husband and defiant young son camping on the Oregon coast. When her competing desires to be a good mother and creative artist come to a hilt, she reaches a painful but powerful breakthrough.” Prior to the film, Lindsay Baltus will kick off the evening with her storytelling piece “Pregnant in the Archives,” inspired by her personal experience with childbirth, interspersed with archival recordings of a feminist consciousness-raising groups of the 1970s.

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POV Filmmakers Free Monthly Mixer – June

Join us for the POV Filmmakers June mixer on June 27th, 7-9 pm. We’ll have trivia to kick off the meeting, then a presentation by Storyboard Artist Dan Schaefer, Q&A, and time for networking.
This brief introduction to the field of the storyboard artist will include the basic skills needed, working with a director(s), and using your knowledge of film to tell a story that can be interpreted by the crew. This introduction will be followed by a Q&A.
Veteran storyboard artist Dan Schaefer has worked in the film,TV and commercial industry with companies such as Paramount, Nike, Wayfair, Nissan, Amazon, BBC, Marvel, Geico, NBC and many others since 1986.
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