PORTLAND OREGON WOMEN’S FILM FESTIVAL (POWFEST) ANNOUNCES 2016 WOMAN OF HONOR – TWILIGHT DIRECTOR CATHERINE HARDWICKE
Portland, Oregon – February 4, 2016 – The Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival (a.k.a. POWFest) is pleased to announce this year’s guest of honor, award-winning director and gender equality advocate, Catherine Hardwicke, who will be in attendance throughout the festival taking place March 3 – 6, at The Hollywood Theatre.
Writer & Director & Producer — Bryan R. Thompson
Director of Photography — Jeremiah L. Scott
PA- Benjamin James
Gaffer: Steve Waters
Sound: Jeff Scott Taylor
Editor & Color: Bryan R. Thompson
Hair & Make-up / Costume Design — Alicia Watkins
The feature length motion picture Reconciler is on its way to Cannes! Produced and distributed by native Northwest companies, the feature film Reconciler has been picked up for international distribution and will be showcased this week at the internationally renowned Festival de Cannes, by Black Wolf Media. Reconciler was produced in Oregon by Justice Pictures, in association with IMD Films — both native Northwest companies.
Submit a one minute video of Your Summer with Next Adventure Gear and Deschutes Beer and your video could be chosen to play at the event with the grand prize opportunity of a VIP weekend to Bend, OR and a GoPro! The deadline for entry has been extended to August 10th! See further details below. Continue reading... “Summer Video Contest”
Southern Oregon Film and Television (SOFaT), Southern Oregon’s media industry trade association, introduced its new board last night at their 2013 Wrap Celebration held at the SOU Digital Media Center in Ashland. Members of the organization were joined by prominent members of local government and business to celebrate a very successful year in film and media production in the region, which included a very high-profile day of shooting for the Reese Witherspoon film WILD.
On May 5, 2013, I got a chance to sit down with the creator behind Intertwine, Dylan Wayne Lawrence, in response to an article I had written earlier with Eastern Oregon University Alumni, Lindsay Freeland, about the T.V. pilot, Intertwine.The following are excerpts from that conversation:
Chuck:So what’s new with you? What’s all exciting and new with Dylan Wayne Lawrence?
The indie comedy “Vampire Camp” was honored with the Best Feature award at the Vampire Film Festival in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 10.
“Vampire Camp” was produced in the Rogue Valley with an all-Oregon cast and crew. The film was directed by Ray Nomoto Robison of Medford and written by Robison and Cathy Stadtfeld of Central Point. The 78-minute comedy follows an unsuspecting vampire hunter who is preyed upon by a group of vampires. Continue reading... “Oregon Comedy Wins at LA Vampire Festival”