Eastern Oregon Film Festival is proud to present it’s fifth edition — #EOFF2014. The festival will kick off Thursday, February 20, and run through Saturday, February 22. A decompression gathering with music, skiing, and snowboarding will take place Sunday, February 23 at Anthony Lakes Ski Resort.
The opening night short film is Bernardo Britto’s YEARBOOK, followed by Dave Carroll’s feature documentary, BENDING STEEL. A live Q&A with the filmmakers will take place after the screening. Additional selections to look for include Josh and Benny Safdie’s LENNY COOKE, Eric Steele’s BOB BIRDNOW, Steven Doughton’s BUOY, and a showcase curated byFilmmaker Magazine — which pairs Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld’s QASIM with Eddie Mullins’ comical, apocalyptic DOOMSDAYS.Continue reading... “Fifth Annual Eastern Oregon Film Festival”
EOFF has been graced by many artists and industry professionals—whether in-the- flesh or via Skype Q&A—including Terence Nance, Matt Porterfield, Ornana, Elizabeth Mims, Nandan Rao, Kentucker Audley, Dustin Guy Defa, Zach Weintraub, Lucas Leyva, Tristan Patterson, LAIKA, Evan Glodell, and many more!
Where I travel to the end of Oregon to watch little seen Sophia Takal movies, throw hatchets and watch the blackest of art movies with an all white audience.
LA GRANDE, Ore. (EOFF2014) Portland, Oregon’s AU and ETERNAL TAPESTRY will cozy up with La Grande’s CATSKILLS next Thursday, May 23rd at The Art Center at the Old Library, located at 1006 Penn Ave, in La Grande.
Join Eastern Oregon Film Festival and the La Grande community for a powerhouse evening of edgy rock, experimental psychedelia, and hyper-attentive… ‘often fierce instrumentation of sonic and psychological terrain‘. All three bands will be heading to the Tumbleweeds of Idaho to converge with a number of other stellar musicians at Ranch Fest Memorial Day Weekend. Continue reading... “EOFF Hosts Memorial Weekend Warm-Up Party in La Grande”
EOFF provides a quality of life component to our valley that is essential in attracting visitors, professionals, and businesses to the Grande Ronde Valley– in addition to stoking community passion for arts and culture. The band of volunteers that have worked tirelessly to bring this exciting, educational, and dynamic weekend of independent film and music have already rolled up their sleeves in preparation for a landmark 5th year event to be held February 20-22, 2014.