Neil Kopp at ISA’s Third Thursdays PDX June 20!

Screenwriters & Filmmakers — Producer NEIL KOPP will rock the house at ISA’s THIRD THURSDAYS PDX – June 20! This is a rare opportunity to see meet guest speaker NEIL KOPP, Portland-born producer who’s credits include Kelly Reichardt’s Night Moves and Certain Women, and Jeremy Salunier’s Green Room and Hold the Dark (Netflix). WHEN: Thursday, […]

“First Cow” In Main Progam At The 46th Telluride Film Festival

The 46th Telluride Film Festival line up included in its main program the #OregonMade feature, “First Cow.”  The film is directed by Kelly Reichardt, based upon the novel by Jonathan Raymond (and written by Raymond and Reichardt) and produced by Neil Kopp, Anish Savjani and Vincent Savino. Many on the production team have worked together […]

“I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore” Takes Grand Jury Award At Sundance

“I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore“, Macon Blair‘s directorial debut and produced by Oregonian, Neil Kopp, were honored with Sundance‘s top award, the Grand Jury prize in the US Dramatic Competition over the week end. Macon Blair has a history in Oregon, as he starred-in, and co-produced, also with, Neil Kopp, another […]

Good Sundance Review Of @MaconBlair ‘s New #OregonMade Film

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“.  

“I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore” To Premiere At Sundance

The 33rd Sundance Film Festival unveiled it’s line up for 2017. Actor, Macon Blair‘s debut as writer-director of the #OregonMade, “I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore” ,will premiere at the festival, and is entered in the US Dramatic Competition. The film stars Melanie Lynskey and Elijah Wood and is about ” a […]

Nominations For “Kubo” (Annie Awards) and “Certain Women” (Spirit Awards)

  44th Annie Awards have nominated “Kubo and the Two Strings” for ten nominations this year: Best Animated Feature Outstanding Achievement, Animated Effects in an Animated Production Outstanding Achievement, Character Animation in a Feature Production Outstanding Achievement, Character Design in an Animated Feature Production Outstanding Achievement, Directing in an Animated Feature Production Outstanding Achievement, Production […]

“Certain Women” Opened Strong & To Good Reviews

Kelly Reichardt and Neil Kopps’ latest feature, “Certain Women” (written and directed by Reichardt) opened  to great reviews (New York Times, Variety, LA Times,Vanity Fair) and a strong box office (#2 indie box office.) Reichardt and Kopp, have shot 4 projects together here in Oregon (“Night Moves“, “Meek’s Cutoff“,”Wendy and Lucy“, “Old Joy“) and although […]

“Certain Women” (Kelly Reichardt) To World Premiere At Sundance 2016

Sundance announced today it’s world premiere festival lineup, and the latest Kelly Reichardt film, “Certain Women” (written and directed by Reichardt) is in the mix.  Although Reichardt, and her producer Neil Kopp,  have shot most of their projects in Oregon (“Night Moves“, “Meek’s Cutoff“,”Wendy and Lucy“, “Old Joy“) this film was shot elsewhere, but post […]

A24 Picked Up US Rights To “Green Room”

A24 has picked up the US rights to “Green Room” before it premieres (N. American) at the Toronto Film Festival this September. “Green Room” was shot and produced in Oregon, and is  the latest thriller Jeremy Saulnier (“Blue Ruin”) and produced by Neil Kopp, Anish Savjani and Victor Moyers, and starring Patrick Stewart and Anton […]

“Green Room” Reviews are in After Cannes Director’s Fortnight

“Green Room”, Jeremy Saulnier’s (Blue Ruin) punk chiller-thriller earned some good reviews at it’s world premiere during the Cannes Director’s Fortnight this year.  This Oregon-shot-and-produced feature had Neil Kopp, Anish Savjani and Victor Moyers at the helm, starring Patrick Stewart. Reviews below: Hollywood Reporter Variety Indie Wire Deadline Hollywood Vanity Fair The Guardian