Creative Connect

Creative Connect – May 11th 6pm-8pm

If you came last month, you know how fun it is.  If you missed it, this is the ONE to introduce yourself to! The Governor’s Office of Film & Television and Option Model & Management are co-hosting at their mutual headquarters on the fourth floor of the Eastbank Commerce Center. Take the opportunity to meet fellow creatives from all fields over nosh and vino.

No agendas, no fee, just fun.
If I tell ya any more, you won’t need to click the links! Continue reading... “Creative Connect”

University of Oregon to Host Cinema Pacific Film Festival

In two weeks, the University of Oregon is hosting their first major film festival in Eugene entitled Cinema Pacific http://cinemapacific.uoregon.edu/.  Festival Director Richard Herskowitz has already effectively recruited several U of O alums who work as studio execs in Los Angeles to serve on his advisory board.  Below is some information about the festival. Continue reading... “University of Oregon to Host Cinema Pacific Film Festival”

Rollin’ On TV Scheduled to Shoot in Eugene

Rollin’ On TV, the cable TV network program about RVs and the RV lifestyle, is immersed in producing its spring 2010 season episodes.

The show’s production team will be in the Eugene area the week of April 26-29 covering some local RV-related stories including the George M. Sutton RV dealership success and other subjects of interest to the national RV-viewing audience. Continue reading... “Rollin’ On TV Scheduled to Shoot in Eugene”

Make A Movie About Winning $1-Million & You Could Win $15,000


Filmaka and Discover Card to Provide Production Funding

We’ve all dreamt of winning a million dollars. But have you ever really thought about what you would do, could do if you won that much money. Or maybe just dreamed of how your life could change. Think about it. One day you wake up and you’re a millionaire! That’s what is going to happen to the very lucky winner of the Discover Card Million Dollar Sweepstakes. Continue reading... “Make A Movie About Winning $1-Million & You Could Win $15,000”

Pink Martini Asks Fans to Create Music Video for Video Contest

Pink Martini Music Video Contest

Prizes Include A Trip To Europe, Cash, Concert Tickets and More.

Dust off your video cameras, call your boom guy, bring in the best boy and cast your comrades–we want you, filmmakers of North America, to direct our next music video as part of Pink Martini’s first ever Music Video Contest!

Pink Martini invites their fans to create a clever, inspired music video for the band for one of six songs from the new album Splendor in the Grass: “Ninna nanna,” “Ohayoo Ohio,” “Splendor in the Grass,” “Où est ma tête?,” Continue reading... “Pink Martini Asks Fans to Create Music Video for Video Contest”

WebVisions 2010 – Special Rates for Oregon Film

WebVisions

WebVisions 2010 – May 19-21 at the Oregon Convention Center

Oregon Film is thrilled to offer special rates for WebVisions 2010, a nationally recognized event that explores the future of web design, technology, user experience and business strategy. WebVisions takes place from May 19-21 at the Oregon Convention Center and features half-day and all-day workshops, sessions, keynotes and an exhibition hall with music, panel discussions and more. This is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills, hone the ones that you have, meet new people and explore the future! Continue reading... “WebVisions 2010 – Special Rates for Oregon Film”

3D Cinematography Workshop Sponsored by ACM SIGGRAPH and the 3D Center

The Democratization of 3D Cinematography
Wednesday, April 28, 2010 from 6:00  – 8:30 PM
Presented by Cascade ACM SIGGRAPH and The 3D Center of Art and Photography

Ever wonder what it would be like to make a 3D movie using open source software, readily available digital cameras, school resources, your computer and some imagination?  Attend this event and learn how two people with the same question in mind discovered desktop 3D film-making. Ron Kriesel and Kathleen O’Reilly, Board Members of the 3D Center of Art and Photography will walk you through their process and work-flow when making their first 3D film. Continue reading... “3D Cinematography Workshop Sponsored by ACM SIGGRAPH and the 3D Center”

Webseries Crew Call

The Public Internet Channel (PIC.TV) is shooting a 9 episode Public Purpose Media web-series in Portland, Oregon JUNE 14th to July 1st 2010.

This is a paying gig, please submit your rate of pay along with your resume, any relevant online reels, and dates of availability to [email protected].

The Project:

Nine: 9 episode web-series.

Brief synopsis:

With over 750,000 teen pregnancies annually in the United States, nearly a third of them not carried to term, Nine – a new scripted series produced by the Public Internet Channel will examine the all too real consequences of this life changing phenomenon from a teen father’s point of view. Continue reading... “Webseries Crew Call”

Governor's Conference on Toursim

Oregon Film

Over 500 people from the tourism industry were at the three day conference held at the River House Hotel and Conference center in Bend.  Governor Ted Kulongoski was in attendance and talked about the economic impact tourism has had on Oregon.  Of specific interest to the production community, the Governor acknowledged in his Monday morning address, a major growth in the amount of money film companies have spent in Oregon in the last few years, expanding from $10 million to $80. Continue reading... “Governor's Conference on Toursim”

Three Event Screenings of "Not Dead Yet" at the Hollywood Theater

Hot Flash Films PDX and Velocity Sisterhood presents three separate event screenings of “Not Dead Yet”, a dramedy about life, hot flashes, and profound re-awakenings, at the Hollywood Theater April 23rd-25th. All ticket sales will be benefiting five Portland area women’s non-profits:  Life By Design NW, Oregon Women Lawyers Foundation, NARAL Pro-Choice and OAASIS – Oregon Association of Abuse Survivors in Service. Continue reading... “Three Event Screenings of "Not Dead Yet" at the Hollywood Theater”