Eastern Oregon Film Festival will celebrate its TENTH annual three-day event October 24-26 in La Grande, Oregon.
LA GRANDE – Festival-goers will be taken on a journey with this year’s film program. Opening night explores Milena Pastreich’s PIGEON KINGS, which documents a group of men in South Central LA who train pigeons for the competitive sport of Avian Acrobatics. Also screening is Taryn Southern and Elena Gaby’s sci-fi documentary exploring the co-evolution of humans and technology in I AM HUMAN. Closing out the festival will be Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer’s haunting and inspiringly imaginative EMPTY METAL. In total, EOFF will be screening # films, from short to feature-length in narrative, documentary and experimental formats.
View full list of film selections here: https://www.eofilmfest.com/2019-official-film-selections/
In addition to official selection screenings, EOFF will host a screening block featuring The Best of Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival presented by The Northwest Film Center in Portland, OR. A SECRET SCREENING is also slated for Saturday that showcases the work of a local filmmaker who took part in EOFF’s filmmaker project sponsor program. This “silent film” tells the story of a woman who receives troubling news about her apathetic boyfriend, which forces her into a critical decision. Director Benjamin Morgan’s unique short film stars local actors Jocelyn Berado and Gregory Rawlins.
#EOFF2019 MUSICAL GUESTS
Afterparty music events will be held at Hq following each day of screenings. Musical acts will include Seattle’s ‘Truck-stop rock” Sons of Guns, Portland, OR-based experimental duo Methods Body, Boise-based folk-rocker Nick Delffs, Sun Blood Stories – Psych-rock trio, also from Boise, and Portland-based Spaghetti-Western Rock-and-roll 7-piece Federale.
Screenings will be held at Festival Hq (112 Depot Street), Wine Down, and Beckie’s Studio of Dance. A special Friday night screening of I AM HUMAN will screen at EOU’s McKenzie Theatre.
Full schedule of events and screening times will be added to the festival website.
Festival passes are available online. https://www.eofilmfest.com/tickets/
Passes are limited this year, general admission will be $10 at the door for each screening or after-party but will be subject to capacity limitations.
Eastern Oregon Film Festival invites you to take part in the culmination of passion, volunteerism, creative curation, community building and film-loving that EOFF has brought to the region for the past TEN YEARS.