Northwest Film Center Announces PIFF 2.0

The Northwest Film Center announces PIFF 2.0, reimagining the final days of the 43rd Portland International Film Festival. From October 1 to 3, 2020, PIFF 2.0 will present 10 films, talks, and happy hours from Northwest and International filmmakers, offered in virtual screening and events as well as new additions to the Film Center’s popular […]

Northwest Film Center Presents: The Cinema Unbound Awards

Please join an offbeat evening with dinner, entertainment, and inspiration. A benefit for the Northwest Film Center Monday, March 9, 2020 7 p.m. Pre-event cocktails 6 p.m. Kridel Grand Ballroom Portland Art Museum 1119 SW Park Avenue Tickets: $250 per person ($200 is tax-deductible) Featuring performances by LoveBomb Go-Go and House of Ada

Portland Art Museum and Northwest Film Center Announce New Northwest Film Center Director and Curator

The Portland Art Museum and Northwest Film Center are pleased to announce that Amy Dotson will be the next director of the Northwest Film Center. Dotson comes to the Film Center from the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP), the oldest and largest organization in the United States championing the future of storytelling on all platforms, where […]