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Ashland Independent Film Festival Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary With A Live & Outdoor Festival June 24-28th

Wednesday, June 9, 2021

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Ashland, Oregon – The Ashland Independent Film Festival is excited to announce the full selection of musical and cinematic events scheduled for its live & outdoor festival running June 24-28 at venues in Ashland and Medford. At Scienceworks Hands-On Museum, viewers will watch films projected on a large outdoor screen in the field facing the building. […]

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Oregon Film: Who We Are And What We Do – 2021

Thursday, June 3, 2021

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We are finally seeing the light at the end of a very long tunnel for many of us. This doesn’t mean the work is done or there won’t be challenges and changes going forward, but it does mean that we are starting to see more opportunity and more creativity in all areas of our industry […]

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7 Daytime Emmy Nominations For “Trinkets” & 5 For Local Oregon Crews!

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

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#OregonMade “Trinkets“, received 7 Day Time Emmy nominations and 5 of those are for local Oregon Crews and individual crew members. This Netflix series season portrayed a grieving teen who, “finds an unexpected connection with two classmates at her new high school after they all land in the same Shoplifters Anonymous group.” “Trinkets” won two […]

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City Of Oregon City Joins The Oregon Film Trail

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

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James Graham and Matthew Weintraub (City of Oregon City) unveil the newest Oregon Film Trail sign. A brand new Oregon Film Trail sign has been installed and was unveiled today in Oregon City, honoring the town’s starring role as a location in the popular teen drama, “Twilight.” It sits along the McLoughlin Promenade, overlooking the […]

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The New Normal – How Our Production Community Is Adapting To Covid 19 – Lauren Henry, Talented Animals

Monday, May 3, 2021

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In our series of blog posts – the “New Normal” – we are looking at what creative options have been put in place to offset the disruption that Covid-19 has caused for production businesses here in Oregon.  This month we caught up with Lauren Henry and Talented Animals one of the Pacific Northwest’s busiest Animal […]

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THREE Oregon Film Festivals Make MovieMaker “50 Fests Worth the Entry Fee” List.

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

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BendFilm, Ashland International Film Festival, and Portland Film Festival all earned their place on MovieMaker’s “50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee” – read all about it here.

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KGW8 Reports On Resilience Of The Production Industry During The Pandemic

Friday, April 16, 2021

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Katherine Cook, KGW8, reports on how the film, television, and animation industry has shown resilience despite this tough pandemic.  Read the full story here.

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A Groundswell Of independent Filmmaking Is Gathering Steam In Eugene.

Friday, April 9, 2021

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Eugene has long been an attraction for filmmaking of the Hollywood variety (“Animal House”, “Without Limits”, “Drive, He Said”, “The High Co$T of Living”, “Without Limits”, “Five Easy Pieces”, “Stand By Me” and “Personal Best” to name a few) and more recently there has been a groundswell of independent filmmaking gathering steam in Eugene. Support […]

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EOFF Filmmaker Residency Announces Inaugural Cohort

Thursday, April 8, 2021

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Eastern Oregon Film Festival is excited to share the selected attendees for the first annual Eastern Oregon Filmmaker Residency Program happening April 30-May 26, 2021 in La Grande. This year’s cohort will be hosted at The Lodge at Hot Lake Springs for the duration of their stay, and will engage with many groups, businesses, and […]

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Earth Day – April 22 – Let’s Restore Our Earth! Read How You Can Get Involved.

Thursday, April 1, 2021

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The sun is out, the weather is starting to perk up, and during these Covid days, it seems as though many of us are spending more time outside than usual. Let’s keep the momentum going!  Earth Day (April 22) is a good way to keep momentum and a call to restore our earth! There are […]

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