“Bird, Louise & Somebody Else.” | An award winning high school student film | In association with Portland Oregon’s Benjamin Franklin HS film program

Two kids entangled in the pursuit of young love find themselves colliding with the life of a woman experiencing a crisis in a new short film. Written & Directed by: Quintana Jones and Harrison Hathaway This is my first time, Quintana’s as well, just making something. I could write pages and pages about how much […]

#OregonMade “Lorelei” Opens Today!

“Lorelei” stars Pablo Schreiber (Den of Thieves, Orange is the New Black, The Wire) and Jena Malone (The Hunger Games, The Neon Demon, Inherent Vice), along with a cast of local actors cast by Simon Max Hill, including Amelia Borgerding, Parker Pascoe-Sheppard and Chancellor Perry (three upcoming child actors) who make their acting debuts in […]

Asian Representation in Upcoming Short Film, “Julia”

Emma Duvall, a Portland-based Korean American filmmaker, saw first hand the lack of diversity in the film industry. Stories told from the Asian American perspective often go untold, and roles for Asian women can be few and far between. Seeking to increase representation, Emma wrote her short film, “Julia”. Emma based the film on her […]

Good Day Oregon Explores Production Revitalization With Tim Williams

    Tim Williams, Executive Director, Oregon Film, chats to Good Day Oregon on the revitalization of Oregon production as our state starts to open up, watch here. #OregonMade.

Coming Soon: “Hello From Nowhere,” The Laugh-out-Loud Oregon-Set Musical Thriller You’ve Been Waiting For

Crunchy  Pictures is currently wrapping up post-production on their new musical comedy thriller, HELLO FROM NOWHERE. The project is directed by Anthony Orkin, and stars Summer Rain Menkee, John Armour, Denah Angel, G. Scott Brown, and Sean Paul Ross. It will be released in late 2021.  HELLO FROM NOWHERE is set in the woods of Oregon, […]

Oregon Adventurers Set Out To Prove WHO’S ON TOP? In New Doc

Who’s on Top? is a feature-length documentary that shines a spotlight on a diverse group of the LGBTQ+ community to challenge stereotypes about gender and sexuality in outdoor recreation. Historically excluded and ostracized as not belonging to the adventurer community, the climbers tackle not only a mountain but assumptions about who they are and how they […]

A Groundswell Of independent Filmmaking Is Gathering Steam In Eugene.

Eugene has long been an attraction for filmmaking of the Hollywood variety (“Animal House”, “Without Limits”, “Drive, He Said”, “The High Co$T of Living”, “Without Limits”, “Five Easy Pieces”, “Stand By Me” and “Personal Best” to name a few) and more recently there has been a groundswell of independent filmmaking gathering steam in Eugene. Support […]

#OregonMade “Sophie Jones” Release – On VOD & In Theaters This week!

The feature film, SOPHIE JONES, directed by Jessie Barr, is having its release on March 2nd! We shot on location in 2018 with an incredible local crew and local talent. Portland made this movie possible and we are so grateful to everyone involved in bringing the film to life. To watch the film, visit sophiejones.oscilloscope.net […]

#OregonMade “Love In Dangerous Times” – A Romance Set In A Pandemic, Filmed In A Pandemic

#OregonMade “Love In Dangerous Times“, chronicles a budding romance via a dating app as the whole world struggles with a worsening panemic.  Created by Jon Garcia, and starring Ian Stout, Tiffany Groben, Jimmy Garcia, Bruce Jennings, and David Allen and shot in downtown Portland – in a pandemic! Willamette Week caught up with the filmmakers […]

When in Doubt – Documentary on our Divides

When in Doubt A new documentary about the importance of difficult conversations and the benefits of doubt. The Signal Productions is making a documentary with the aim of helping improve dialogue across ideological divides and strengthening relationships. We are working with one of the authors of How to Have Impossible Conversations, Peter Boghossian, who will be […]