EOFF2011 releases headlining musicians to accompany 3 nights of independent cinema in Eastern Oregon. The 2011 Eastern Oregon Film Festival will be held on October 20th – October 22nd in historic downtown La Grande, Oregon. The three day event features award winning independent cinema and hottest up and coming bands from the northwest.
EOFF after-parties will feature the likes of Portlandʼs Jared Mees & The Grown Children, Boiseʼs Hillfolk Noir, Finn Riggins, and Atomic Mama, La Grandeʼs own, Elidila and Sons of Guns, and from Pendleton, Oregon – J.D. Continue reading... “Eastern Oregon Film Festival Releases Music Program for October’s 3rd Annual Festival”
The 2011 Eastern Oregon Film Festival is starting the countdown. Festival passes are now available, sponsoring opportunities are being finalized, submissions are closed and the programmers are smiling. Check out the offerings and information below – get your pass (they will go fast) and stay tuned as the music line-up starts spilling out.
Festival Passes are a way of supporting the Eastern Oregon Film Festival (EOFF) while taking advantage of great offers from local businesses and all-access admission to exciting activities. Continue reading... “Eastern Oregon Film Festival Begins the Roll Out”
Now Accepting Submissions! The Eastern Oregon Film Festival is slated for October 20, 21, & 22 this year, right here in downtown La Grande, Oregon. If you missed last year’s event, or only got a small taste, be on the up and up to get info on participation in this years festival.
Continue reading... “Eastern Oregon Film Festival 2011: Open for Submissions”
Eastern Oregon Film Festival has just launched a new website and are now accepting submission for films. Early bird-discount runs through the 16th so get you final cut wrapped up and get your film submitted.
THE GLASS MENAGERIE: THE FILM –It’s a Wrap!
After 5 Months of Filming, Eastern Oregon University’s First Feature-Length Film Now Enters the Editing Stage.
The cast and crew of EOU’s first feature-length film called it a wrap after five months of intensive and involved filming. The Glass Menagerie, a 92-minute movie based on the famous play by Tennessee Williams and adapted into a film by Professor April Curtis, is now ready for the final concentrated effort of computer technology, voice-over work and musical theme music composed by Biology Professor John Rinehart. Continue reading... “Film Adaption “The Glass Menagerie” Red Carpet Screening”
The La Grande Summer Film Project has officially wrapped for 2010. The project drew over 75 participant this year as 8 teams battled through 48 hours in efforts to create 3-7 minute short films based on criteria given to them at the start of the project. 8 genres and 8 featured locations in La Grande, Oregon were used and the final films were screened outdoors on Depot Street next to Mt. Emily Ale House on Friday Night, August 20th. The event was packed and over 200 people witnessed the LGSFP 2010 premiere. Continue reading... “That's a Wrap! La Grande Summer Film Project Concludes for 2010”