EOFF2013: Poised for the new year!

Eastern Oregon Film Festival is coming together. Strong. Friends of the festival are stepping up and becoming members. Businesses, organizations, and industry professionals are helping to create a sustainable ‘force-to-be-reckoned-with’ in beautiful La Grande, Oregon. Last Year We felt warm embraces by local and regional audiences, were humbled with the presence of more guest artists than […]

Eastern Oregon Film Festival October Updates

Last year around this time Eastern Oregon Film Festival volunteers were working hard on final printing of programs and media in anticipation of last years event — this year – we are just stepping into the great things coming for EOFF in 2013. The fourth annual event will be held February 28th thru March 2, […]

EOFF2011 Full Event Schedule

[La Grande, Oregon] The Eastern Oregon Film Festival will celebrate its 3rd annual event October 20-22 in beautiful downtown La Grande, Oregon. The 3-day event features 2 spectacular independent films — 10 features and 10 short films, 7 of the Northwest’s most notable up-and-coming indie bands, and 3 after-parties at some of La Grande’s best […]

Eastern Oregon Film Festival Releases Music Program for October’s 3rd Annual Festival

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 […]

Eastern Oregon Film Festival 2011: Open for Submissions

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. Eastern Oregon Film […]

Eastern Oregon Film Festival Astounds, Impresses and Continues to Grow

Opening night saw two lines extending down Adams Ave. from the Granada Theater down to the bike shop: one line for pass-holders, and one line for those who missed out on a great discount. Edna Henderson, manager of the Granada compared the opening to another well-known film: