Adam Driver talks to Seth Meyer on “Late Night With Seth Meyers” about filming “
65” and the “look” Oregon was able to provide as a pristine and prehistoric backdrop. Read more in OregonLive (Kristi Turnquist) about the impact the film had in Coos and Curry counties on the Oregon Coast. 65 filmed at Whaleshead Beach (Brookings), Elk Creek Falls, Meyer’s Creek Beach (Gold Beach), Coos Bay, and Agness among others, as well as in Louisiana and Ireland. You can find and visit some of these locations yourself by downloading the SetJetters app and navigating to the location. Continue reading... “#OregonMade “65” – Big Financial Impact In Coos and Curry Counties – Movie Opened Today”
Entertainment Partners explores building on Oregon’s cinema legacy and how improved tax incentives, job training, and production infrastructure are expanding the filmmaking industry in the Pacific Northwest.
Read all about it.
Continue reading... “EP Explores Building On Oregon’s Cinema Legacy”
Thanks to the passing of SB1524 in the short 2022 legislative session, the rebate percentage allowances for the “Oregon Production Investment Fund” (OPIF) have been increased in an effort to keep Oregon competitive with other similar programs in the region. Gov. Brown signed the bill into law this week and the increased rebate percentages will become available to productions on July 1.
SB1524 increases the in-state labor rebate from 10% to 20% and the rebate for goods and services bought or rented from Oregon vendors from 20% to 25%. Continue reading... “Oregon’s Film & Media Incentive Program Increases”
Clementine writer-director Lara Jean Gallagher works with actors Otmara Marrero, Sydney Sweeney, and Will Brittain between takes on location in Florence, OR. Photograph by Allyson Riggs
Yet again Portland makes onto MovieMaker’s, “Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker” – congrats!
Here is what
MM had to say:
14. Portland, Oregon
“Without the new post regional tax incentive, which gives an additional rebate back to productions shooting outside of Portland proper, I don’t think we could’ve made this film,” says moviemaker Lara Jean Gallagher, in on her directing debut, the psychological drama Clementine. Continue reading... “MovieMaker Magazine Votes Portland #14 In Best Places To Live & Work As A Moviemaker: Big Cities”
discussing what the studio has been up to since they moved up to Portland in 2015. Alex Bulkley, co-owner of ShadowMachine , talking with Dave Miller, OPB’s Think Out Loud ,
In 2015, the animation production house, ShadowMachine, opened a satellite studio in Portland. Since then, they’ve produced multiple projects. Most recently, they have worked in collaboration with the WWE to create“Dallas and Robo,” a cartoon that was just released on YouTube Red. Alex Bulkeley, co-founder of ShadowMachine, talks with us about bringing his company to Portland and creating animated television shows. Continue reading... “OPB Talks With Alex Bulkley From Animation Studio, Shadow Machine, About Their Studio & New Show, “Dallas & Robo””
#OregonMade in Portland, the new Alan Ball/HBO series, “
Here and Now” shared the new teaser trailer yeterday. The series about a, “multi-racial family made up of husband, wife, three adopted children from Somalia, Vietnam and Colombia and one biological child, find their bonds tested when one of the children begins seeing things which the rest cannot,” stars, Holly Hunter, Sosie Bacon, Jerrika Hinton, Raymond Lee, Tim Robbins, Daniel Zovatto, and was directed and written by Alan Ball. Continue reading... “HBO’s #OregonMade “Here And Now” Unveiled New Trailer”
As we move into another busy production season and a new fiscal year, we wanted to proactively answer a few questions about the Oregon Film & Video Office, a/k/a/ The Governor’s Office of Film & Television, a/k/a Oregon Film.
this office was “founded” in 1968 by Gov. McCall as a way to help better organize the needs of the film “ Did you know Paint Your Wagon” that was in the throes of shooting in Baker County? Continue reading... “Oregon Film – Who We Are & What We Do!”
Portland Business Journal
Grimm” has made Portland home for 7 years, hired around 1,000 people (80 percent of the crew have been local, and about 250 full time crew), spent a little over $55 million each year, and has helped many vendors and support businesses expand in equipment and employees, as well as showcase Portland’s varied locations. The show leaves behind a honed, skilled crew, and world class vendors and services. Last week, The Portland Buisness Journal took a look at all the angles on what the show has brought to Oregon – read more in the links below. Continue reading... ““Grimm” – Gone, But Not Forgotten. PBJ Sums Up 7 years and 6 Seasons”
TNT and Electric Entertainment are bringing “ The Librarians” back for another season – the 4th in Oregon! The show stars; Rebecca Romijin, Christian Kane, Lindy Booth, John Kim, John Larroquette, and series veteran, Noah Wyle and produced with executive producers Dean Devlin, Marc Roskin, and Wyle.
Continue reading... ““The Librarians” Are Coming Back For Season 4”
Macon Blair‘s #OregonMade, “ I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore” received a good Sundance Film review. Macon Blair has a history in Oregon, as he starred-in, and co-produced, (alongside Oregonian, Neil Kopp) in another #OregonMade project, “ Green Room“.
Continue reading... “Good Sundance Review Of @MaconBlair ‘s New #OregonMade Film”