Over the past six weeks five panelists composed of professional writers/filmmakers/actors have read and scored all of the 2023 Top Secret Club scripts.
We are excited to say that the winners of the 1k grants made possible through the Creative Opportunity Program have been selected and we are excited to announce them on Monday November 13th at Desert Island Studios!
Lights, Camera, Connection is a femme & non-binary centered networking affair. All are welcome to attend to support Open Signal’s efforts to advance gender equity in film and video media arts and celebrate!
We are excited to host this open-house style gathering in our newly renovated lobby and community space. Help us warm up the space and enjoy a welcoming atmosphere for all who celebrate diversity and commit to equity!
We invite you to drop in, mingle, take in a showcase of content from femme and nonbinary media makers, and connect!
ROCK ‘N’ ROLL MAY NEVER DIE, BUT IT SURE CAN KILL!
YOU’RE INVITED to the world premiere watch party of the horror tv pilot, John Sunshine’s Lost Rock ‘n’ Roll Tapes, an international award-winning boldly dark comedic horror/supernatural rock-mock series set in the 1970s and present day Pacific Northwest.
4 friends seek out obscure ’70s rock bands to interview in an attempt to be hired by CREEM Magazine. Each episode follows the friends as they descend into a fantastical world where abhorrent creatures emerge from the shadows as a dark force pursues them. Continue reading... “World Premiere Virtual Watch Party”
KINO is excited to share with Oregon filmmakers the KINO Short Film Fest. Proudly sponsored by Panavision and Final Draft. Top prizes include the Judge’s Choice Award of $25,000 and the People’s Choice Award of $5,000. Filmmakers also have the chance for KINO (a Film Finance Company) to transform their short film (or another idea) into a full-length feature film. No other film festival offers this.
It’s true — David Byrne has reasons to be cheerful about Portland! Join us for the opening of the Tomorrow Theater, where he will chat with folks right here in our community about everything from their creative approach to affordable housing to artists and community leaders changing our world in a myriad of impactful ways.
The Oregon Film Museum seeks to inspire the next generation of storytellers in Oregon. We are excited to announce the “Oregon Film Museum Selig Award” that will be presented annually to a young Oregonian involved in the local film industry.
Partnering with “Outside the Frame” we have identified the first recipient: Fevan “Rose” Solomon.
To celebrate Portland’s production and media industry and to support local businesses and boost engagement within the Central City, the Events and Film Office at Prosper Portland is excited to activate downtown Portland vacant storefronts with a series of movies and TV shows filmed and/or produced here in Portland.
During Every Wednesday’s lunch hour in October, downtown street windows will come alive with screenings of film and TV content among displays inspired by the productions such as: LAIKA’s The Story So Far, James Beard Award-winning All the Homies Network, and NBC Universal’s Grimm.Continue reading... “Movies On Morrison”
Please join the Portland Events and Film office, along with Catalyst Film Collective, to connect with a collaborative group of film industry professionals. We believe film, as an art, is important for its own sake as well as for our local ecosystem.
It’s great to watch movies set in your hometown.For many of us, Free Willyis a childhood favorite. This Sept. 22nd, when attending the #OregonMade film event, pay close attention to the implicit biases that show up in this film. The last time I watched “Free Willy” two scenes left me shaking my head in disbelief.How had I not noticed these scenes before?Today, it’s my job to turn a critical eye toward all media and unpack biases. Continue reading... “Media Bias? Creator Bias?: “Free Willy””