#OregonMade Screenings at the Tomorrow Theatre in March

PAM CUT’s Tomorrow Theatre will be showing several Oregon related Films and Performances in March. Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher’s beloved documentary “The Gospel of Eureka,” Astoria shot “Sometimes I Think About Dying” with Daisy Ridley and Kelly Reichardt’s “Showing Up” will be featured alongside screenings with support from Carla Rossi and local comedians and music videos.

Tickets and more information can be found on TomorrowTheatre.org but additional information on each screening can be found below.


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Indigenous Media Guild Launches Website

The Indigenous Media Guild has launched a new site supporting its members along side strengthening its social media presence.  Oregon welcomes this new resource and encourages producers and creatives to check out their listings to find your next crew.

The new site is IndigenousMediaGuild.org and you cam find them @IndigenousMediaGuild on IG and FB.

IMG offers membership to both Indigenous/Native cast and crew, AND non native allies. All the information on membership can be found here – https://www.indigenousmediaguild.org/membership

In addition, IMG held a PA workshop over the weekend at Native American Youth and Family Center with the help of Outside the Frame. Continue reading... “Indigenous Media Guild Launches Website”

Film Industry Happy Hour at Koerner Camera

Portland Office of Events & Film x
OMPA’s Creatives of Color Oregon presents

Film Industry Quarterly Happy Hour
at Koerner Camera Systems
2828 SE 14th St. Portland.

5:30P – 7:30P

Join us and connect with film organizations,
city staff, and meet fellow creatives!

OMPA is thrilled to re-introduce its newly branded COCO program, aimed at fostering connections within communities of color and across the film industry. Whether you’re just starting out or a seasoned pro, this is an awesome opportunity to mingle, share ideas, and meet new friends!
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#OregonMade “Point Break” at the Tomorrow Theatre Feb 24

To welcome in the King Tide tubes and help the ex-presidents finance an Endless Summer, the Tomorrow Theatre is screening “Point Break” as part of its “Night of 1000 Swayze’s” programming.  Join us to celebrate the rain of the Oregon Coast (specifically Indian Beach in Ecola State Park and downtown Wheeler) with Katherine Bigelow’s classic surf-thriller.

Oregon is the home to a drenched Swayze/Reeves fight on the north coast sands while waiting for a closed out set that came in from Hawaii but plays as Australia (our locations are just that flexible). Continue reading... “#OregonMade “Point Break” at the Tomorrow Theatre Feb 24”

DisOrient Presents a Special Preview Screening of “My Partner”

This year, DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon invites you to join them in Eugene on Saturday, February 17 at the Art House Eugene for a preview screening of MY PARTNER, then March 8-10 for live screenings of over 60 films, and online March 11-17 for over 95 films screened virtually.

DisOrient will also have Opening and Closing Night Receptions at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art with food, entertainment, and conversation with filmmakers. Tickets are on sale now on the DisOrient website

“My Partner” Preview Screening


  • WHEN: Saturday, February 17th at 6pm
  • VENUE: Art House Eugene Theater #1, 492 E.
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PAM CUT Professional Development Workshops: Creative Distribution Strategies

Making your film is one thing, however, getting it out into the world, bought and seen by audiences around the globe is a whole different animal. What is a release plan, TVOD, SVOD, digital, theatrical, non-theatrical, educational, impact, and more, and how do they all coincide and work together to support film distribution? Come learn the basics from creative distribution consultant Mia Bruno whose recent campaigns include Oscar-winning documentary, Navalny, Sundance doc King Coal, and the upcoming documentary on “Reading Rainbow,” Butterfly in the Sky, as she discusses the importance of early planning for your project.  Continue reading... “PAM CUT Professional Development Workshops: Creative Distribution Strategies”

McMinnville Short FF Opens this Month

Tickets are now on sale for the McMinnville Short Film Festival that runs Feb. 23-25. Come visit the heart of Oregon Wine Country and see films, meet the filmmakers and hear from experienced artists working in the industry.


You can find out more on https://mcminnvillefilmfest.org/

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Mark Gustafson – #OregonMade and Oregon Loved.

Mark Gustafson, who won an Oscar last year for co-directing the animated feature “Guillermo del Toro‘s Pinocchio” and a cornerstone of Oregon’s deep and diverse animation community, died on Thursday. He was 64.

Mark has a long and storied history in Oregon. He began his animation career in the 1980s with Will Vinton and worked in many different types of animation. His claymation work can be seen in the 1987 TV special “Claymation Christmas Celebration,” “The PJs” series starring Eddie Murphy and the TV special “Meet the Raisins,” starring the iconic California Raisins. Continue reading... “Mark Gustafson – #OregonMade and Oregon Loved.”

‘Sometimes I Think About Dying’ – Was “A Gorgeous Time”!

#OregonMade ‘Sometimes I Think About Dying’, starring Daisy Ridley, was released in the US on Jan 26th by Oscilloscope Laboratories (it opened theatrically in France on Jan 10th) and the film will be at theaters locally on February 2nd. Get ready to grab your tickets!

Kristi Turnquist’s recent update on the film reports that both Ridley and director, Rachel Lambert, described their experience shooting in Astoria and on the north coast as, “a gorgeous time”.  A fine endorsement indeed! Continue reading... “‘Sometimes I Think About Dying’ – Was “A Gorgeous Time”!”

#OregonMade “In the Know” Comes to Peacock January 25th

Oregon-based Oscar winning animation studio ShadowMachine’s collaboration with Mike Judge, Zach Woods and Brandon Gardner comes to Peacock this month. The stop-motion animated comedy series is called “In the Know.”

Lauren Caspian is public radio’s third most popular host. He’s a well-meaning, hypocritical nimrod, just like you and me. He’s also a stop motion puppet. Each episode follows the making of an episode of Lauren’s show In the Know, in which Lauren conducts in-depth interviews with real-world human guests. Lauren collaborates with a diverse crew of public radio staff. Continue reading... “#OregonMade “In the Know” Comes to Peacock January 25th”