Academy-qualified SOLE DOCTOR Is Now Available At Amazon Prime


Coming off a successful festival run that included screenings at BendFilm Festival, Portland International Film Festival, Palm Springs International ShortFest and Napa Valley Film Festival, SOLE DOCTOR, directed by Portland filmmaker and journalist Paula Bernstein, is now available on Amazon Prime.

The five minute cut of SOLE DOCTOR has qualified for 2020 Academy Award consideration (for documentary short subject) after screening theatrically in New York and Los Angeles alongside Gene Graham’s “This One’s for the Ladies.” The full 11 ½ minute version of the film is available online at Continue reading... “Academy-qualified SOLE DOCTOR Is Now Available At Amazon Prime”

Documentarians – Need Finishing Funds?

Derek Freese Documentary Fund (DFDF) provides production support for feature-length documentary films that have both a strong narrative and compelling story, across a broad spectrum of subject matters. This award is given biennially to an independent filmmaker and provides up to $35,000 in finishing funds.

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Case 71; a Perfect Arc Productions piece

Hello all

We are interested in producing a historical documentary about one of Oregon’s Oldest Cold Homicide cases solved in 2010 by OSP (Oregon State Police)

Perfect Arc Productions is a newly founded crew of extremely talented graduates who decided to push forward and develop on our own. Working with the resources of testimony and case file facts we are diligently pursuing the producing and filming of the people to came together, using modern technology and  the tenacity of the detectives  to give this 42 year old case the rest it so desperately deserves. Continue reading... “Case 71; a Perfect Arc Productions piece”

Make it Short – 40th Anniversary Contest

Make it sad. Make it funny. Make it terrifying. Make it in 40 seconds.
To celebrate the Film Center’s 40th anniversary, we invite Northwest filmmakers to enter the MAKE IT SHORT film contest. No matter what genre or format—narrative, documentary, experimental, animation, 16mm, camera phone, DSLR—we want to see it, but keep it short: 40 seconds or less.

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