Photo: Breaking Glass PicturesTHE PORTLAND CIRCUIT:
#OregonMade Creative Foundation alongside the Northwest Film Center, the Hollywood Theatre, the Clinton Street Theater, and Cinema 21 announce the first film selected for a unique theatrical distribution program for locally produced feature films.
The Portland Circuit, a collaboration between the #
OregonMade Creative Foundation, the Northwest Film Center, the Hollywood Theatre, the Clinton St. Theater, and Cinema 21, has been created to provide a local theatrical run for #OregonMade feature films. Continue reading... “Inaugural “Portland Circuit” Collaboration Began With Sold Out Theatre!”
Next up (Monday, October 8th) in the # OregonMade Film Series at the Hollywood Theatre, is Gus Van Sant’s, “Drugstore Cowboy.”
#OregonMade filmmaker, Gus Van Sant’s film stars, Matt Dillon, Kelly Lynch, James Le Gros, and Heather Graham. Presented on 35mm.
Celebrating 30 years from the production of the film in 1988, Oregon Film and the Hollywood Theatre have teamed up with
Kick Ass Oregon History, who will be leading guided walking tours around Northwest Portland the weekend before the film (Sat. Continue reading... “#OregonMade Film Series, Next Up: “Drugstore Cowboy” + Walking Tour Of Film’s Sites”
This week the
Willamette Week did a great job of covering the inaugural Portland Circuit.
The Portland Circuit, a collaboration between the #
OregonMade Creative Foundation, the Northwest Film Center, the Hollywood Theatre, the Clinton St. Theater, and Cinema 21, has been created to provide a local theatrical run for #OregonMade feature films. This initial pilot program will select feature-length films and allow them to have a paying audience screening in four of the most dynamically programmed independent theaters in Portland. Continue reading... ““The Portland Circuit’s” Inaugural Season Is Underway”
#OregonMade Film History Mural and Poster Exhibit is located in the Portland International Airport’s south pedestrian tunnel which connects the parking garage to the terminal (underground between baggage claims 3 and 4.) It provides travelers with over 160 uninterrupted feet ofmural art and posters, representing a small collection of Oregon’s rich film hist ory. By creating this exhibit, we hope to aptly celebrate the unique and varied locations Oregon has to offer, the projects that have called Oregon home over the years, and the professional production communities that come together to make Oregon so film-friendly. Continue reading... “A New #OregonMade Mural And Film Poster Exhibit For The Portland International Airport”
As part of its 50th Anniversary,
Oregon Film has teamed up with the Hollywood Theatre to bring several films shot in Oregon back to the big screen – earlier this week was this month’s offering, “ My Own Private Idaho.” Gus Van Sant’s Shakespearean tale with River Phoenix and Keanu Reeves follows two friends, Mike and Scott, as they embark on a journey of personal discovery that is mostly set in Portland but takes them to Mike’s hometown in Idaho and finally to Italy in search of Mike’s mother. Continue reading... ““My Own Private Idaho” 35mm Screening Big Success – #OregonMade50”
Tickets are now on sale for the 2017 NW Animation Fest in both Portland (May 10-14) and Eugene (May 19-21). Don’t miss out, there is a huge and diverse offering of animation work to see. Continue reading... “NW Animation Fest 2017 Kicks Off May 10th In Portland, & May 19th in Eugene.”
POWFest Celebrates 10 years of putting women directed films on screen with with BEWARE THE SLENDERMAN, THIS IS EVERYTHING: GIGI GORGEOUS, GUEST OF HONOR CHERYL DUNYE AND MORE, at this year’s festival.
Portland, Oregon – February 16, 2017 – The Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival (
POWFest) is pleased to announce the programming highlights of our upcoming festival scheduled to take place March 2-5, 2017 at The Hollywood Theatre. Tickets $9-$15 individual / $60 festival pass for premium access to all festival activities. Continue reading... “POWFest Celebrates 10 Years!”
“In honor of the 90th Anniversary of the Hollywood Theatre and the 90th Anniversary of Buster Keaton’s classic film, Buster Keaton’s,
“The General”, which was shot in Cottage Grove, OR, the Hollywood Theatre and Oregon Film present a state-wide tour of the film with a new live score composed by renowned Portland film composer . (OPB did a Mark Orton short piece on this project which explores Orton’s thoughts and inspiration behind this project.)
One of the most revered comedies of the silent era, “The General” finds hapless Southern railroad engineer Johnny Gray (Buster Keaton) facing off against Union soldiers during the American Civil War.
Continue reading... ““The General” Celebrates 90th – With Live Score by Mark Orton”
Oregon State Parks, The Hollywood Theatre, Travel Oregon and Oregon Film have partnered together to bring themed outdoor screenings into state parks this summer. The first one up: Christopher Guest’s hilarious BEST IN SHOW at the Dog Park in Molalla River SP. There will be festivities and even a doggie fashion show – so bring your best friend, your own bottle and settle in for a great evening. Tickets are free but need to be reserved in advance. Get more info and tickets here. Continue reading... “Outdoor Screenings in State Parks”
Boring, long layovers and frustrating weather delays will be a thing of the past – the Hollywood Theatre is opening an annex theatre in gate C6 at Portland Internatinal Airport. With approximately 5-8 million people passing through every year, the opportunity to entertain travelers while they wait, will be a welcome “first” for a US airport.
here. Continue reading... “Hollywood Theatre To Open Annex At PDX”