Seminar: Art Of The Storyboard – Eugene SATURDAY

Seminar: Art Of The Storyboard
Date: Saturday – January 29, 2011
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 AM
Location: Baker Center 325 East 10th –  Eugene
Fee: $50

Description: DIVA’s 2011 OpenLens Festival offers an “Art Of The Storyboard” seminar with Portland film director Daniel Schafer. Schafer will discusses his career as a storyboard artist and illustrator and shares insights into the intricacies of pre-visualizing a film production in this informative seminar session. Pre-register: 541-344-3482. Information: OpenLens Festival,

Contact: Eric Ostlind
Phone: 541-344-3482
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Sundance Round Up And Oregon Wine

Troon Vineyard, Applegate Valley near Grant's Pass, Oregon

Shawn Levy (The Oregonian) has been busy blogging from Sundance with the roundup of the fantastic showing of Oregon made films and documentaries that have been screening, check it out here.

They  were not the only Oregon products featured at Sundance this year – Troon Vineyard (located in the beautiful Applegate Valley near Grant’s Pass) was selected to pour at the Sundance opening ceremonies.  They served; Troon 2009 Viognier, 2007  River Guide White and 2009 Druid’s Fluid Red and 2007 Kubli Bench Cabernet Sauvignon.  Continue reading... “Sundance Round Up And Oregon Wine”

Northwest Film Center Offers Two New Community Meet-Up Groups

The Northwest Film Center’s School of Film (934 SW Salmon Street, Portland) has long been a hub on the Portland arts scene, where students interested in creating media come together to network, share tips and techniques, and support each other’s work.  In addition to its roster of film production courses and workshops, the School of Film has hosted the long-running Sisters in Cinema group, a quarterly gathering of local women mediamakers which provides a forum for the voices of women as artists and storytellers.   Continue reading... “Northwest Film Center Offers Two New Community Meet-Up Groups”

An Interesting Environmental Film Collection

….will be showing at the Siskiyou Film Festival in Grants Pass, January 28th and 29th. This festival is a production of the Siskiyou Project, now in it’s 10th year.  The festival has rounded up a really interesting collection of films, all of which focus on environmental issues and some specific to the Pacific Northwest. Continue reading... “An Interesting Environmental Film Collection”