The Oregon Film Museum’s TNT (Thursday Night Talks) lecture series continues March 16th, 2017 with a presentation by Propmaster Tim Oakley of Portland-based Oakley Design Studios. Tim designs and creates props for feature films, television shows and commercial shoots. His work has appeared in over 100 motion pictures, including Dark Knight Rises, Jurassic World, Indiana Jones 4, and all of the Star Trek franchises. He also works on Oregon made television series The Librarians and Grimm, and locally-shot Green Room. Continue reading... “Tim Oakley at Thursday Night Talks (TNT) in Astoria”
Macon Blair has a history in Oregon, as he starred-in, and co-produced, also with, Neil Kopp, another #OregonMade project, “Green Room“. “I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore”, shot in Oregon last spring.
Local Portland Prop Master, Tim Oakley, gets a well-deserved spread in AboutFace Magazine’s summer issue as a featured artist this month. Oakley (Oakley Design Studios) designs and creates intricate props, logos and set designs for features, TV and commercials. Most recently Oakley has created some of the iconic props for local Oregon shows such as “Grimm”, “The Librarians”, “The Green Room”, and others such as “”Dark Knight Rises”, “Start Trek” (1 and 2), “Indiana Jones” and “Jurassic World”, amongst many others. Continue reading... “Local Prop Master, Tim Oakley, Featured Artist In AboutFace Magazine”
After months of jurying over 400 films from female filmmakers from around the world, the Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival (a.k.a. POW Fest) is pleased to announce the programming highlights planned for its fourth annual festival scheduled to take place March 9 – 13, 2011. “I am always thrilled after the POWFest schedule comes together to see the amazing talent of women filmmakers. We strive to showcase not only women who have been working for many years, the true pioneers in women-created cinema, but also those who are just getting their start. Continue reading... “PORTLAND OREGON WOMEN’S FILM FESTIVAL (POW FEST) ANNOUNCES 2011 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS”
The last couple of years has been a weird double-edged sword for the film industry. On one hand, the global pandemic means that the demand for movies and shows is at an all-time high. On the other hand, production to meet this demand is increasingly more difficult, what with travel restrictions, mask-mandates, and social distancing…If it couldn’t be done in-house, it wasn’t getting done.
Nestled on 23 acres with nearly 20,000 lavender plants of multiple varietals, Lavender Valley Farm is at the foot of the majestic Mt. Hood in Oregon. The multi-family owned charming farm is a working farm that harvests, distills, and packages lavender beauty and household products. For the first time ever, the 10-year old Lavender Valley Farm is available for location shoots and events.