The Ashland Independent Film Festival announced its highly anticipated juried and audience award-winning films for work screened at the 15th annual festival, April 7-11, 2016, where films made in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest received a warm welcome and took home top awards. Continue reading... “AIFF Announces 2016 Award Winners – Oregon and Pacific Northwest Films Win Over Juries and Audiences”
Ashland Independent Film Festival begins tomorrow and runs through April 11. Get your tickets now! Over 7,000 attendees will converge on Ashland to watch over 100 docs, features and shorts. Continue reading... “AIFF Begins Tomorrow!”
The 14th annual Ashland Independent Film Festival took place over the week end in southern Oregon. AIF gives special focus to small independent features and shorts and always includes Oregon projects.
Of note, “A River Between Us” premiered to a sold-out audience, with the filmmakers, Sen. Continue reading... “Ashland Independent Film Festival A Success”
The AIFF branches out with exciting new programming to add to our audience’s festival experience with the eMerge Transmedia Showcase. Created to showcase new forms of digital and interactive storytelling, the program has been developed in collaboration with Southern Oregon University’s Emerging Media and Digital Arts (EMDA) program. Below is more details on this year’s program events. Sponsors of eMerge this year include The Governor’s Office of Film and Television, Project A, Second Story, the Portland Incubator Experiment, and the Technology Association of Oregon. Continue reading... “Further Details of AIFF’s eMerge Transmedia Showcase Announced”
With AIFF just a little more than one month away, we wanted to update you on some new info. A full schedule of events should be up on AIFF’s website in a few weeks but here’s what has been announced to date.
“Redwood Highway”, produced last year in Southern Oregon, will premiere at the festival. from AIFF
Continue reading... “Ashland Independent Film Festival – Redwood Highway to Premiere at Festival”
A World Premiere of a Southern Oregon Production
We are very excited to announce the World Premiere of Redwood Highwaydirected by Gary Lundgren (Calvin Marshall, 2011 AIFF, Wow and Flutter, 2005 AIFF) and produced by James Twyman and Gary Kout.
Ashland, Ore.—The Ashland Independent Film Festival (AIFF) today announced a multi-part transmedia showcase to be unveiled as part of the 12th annual festival, April 4 – 8, 2013 in Ashland. Created to showcase new forms of digital and interactive storytelling, the program has been developed in collaboration with Southern Oregon University’s Emerging Media and Digital Arts (EMDA) program, and is sponsored by the Governor’s Office of Film and Television, Project A, the Portland Incubator Experiment (P.I.E.), and Second Story Interactive Studios. Continue reading... “Ashland Independent Film Festival announces eMerge Transmedia Showcase for the 2013 Festival”
Once again in April Oregon is home to a series of great film festivals in consecutive weeks. The eleventh annual Ashland Independent Film Festival is happening April 12-16. This year the festival is honoring acclaimed director Julie Taymor. With Ms. Taymor’s experience in both live theater and film, it makes perfect sense that Oregon Shakespeare Festival Artistic Director Bill Rauch will join Ms. Taymor on stage for a certain lively and engaging discussion. Other filmmakers expected to be in attendance include documentarian Ondi Timor and director Lynn Shelton. Continue reading... “Great Film Festival Programming in Ashland and Eugene Coming in April”
Oregon is host to two very exciting film festivals coming soon to Ashland Oregon as well as Eugene Oregon.
Either as a viewer of film maker you can visit these sites below to view the lists of films showing at the festivals. At Cinema Pacific, you get the chance to watch not only some interesting films from China but on Thursday April 7 the festival is hosting an interesting industry symposium featuring some top level producers including the producer of all of John Woo’s films. Continue reading... “Film Festivals coming to Oregon”