We are excited to confirm that Oregon Film’s non-profit, the OregonMade Creative Foundation has been nominated by Screen International and the Global Production Awards for a Community Impact Award. Screen International unveiled the shortlist for the inaugural Awards which celebrates outstanding and sustainable work in the world of film and TV production, locations, studios, and film offices.
The awards recognize organizations and companies working in the film and TV industry including studios, production companies, film commissions, locations, suppliers and manufacturers, and any services involved in film and TV production.
Continue reading... “OregonMade Creative Foundation Nominated For Community Impact Award, Inaugural Global Production Awards”
#OregonMade Creative Foundation has teamed up with four of the best independent cinemas located in all four of the quadrants of Portland, , Northwest Film Center , The Hollywood Theatre and Clinton Street Theatre , to enact a program designed to give locally produced, #OregonMade feature length films a short theatrical distribution window in the city. Screenings will consist of a four day run, with one night at each theatre, in the four “quadrants” of Portland: The Portland Circuit. Cinema 21 Continue reading... “The Portland Circuit is Looking For its Next Project”
Unveiling of one of three signs in Astoria marking the beginning of the Historic Oregon Film Trail.
Historic Oregon Film Trail has officially begun!
Astoria-Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce and the Oregon Film Office developed the initial concept of the Historic Oregon Film Trail (HOFT) and identified Astoria movie locations, in partnership with the Oregon Film Museum, that represent the beginning of the Trail. The Oregon Coast Visitors Association provided additional funding and support for the signs.
Historic Oregon Film Trail, has been designed to showcase iconic locations in the state, and the first official group of signs were unveiled at Alameda Park in Astoria. Continue reading... “The Historic Oregon Film Trail Unveils First Signs In Astoria”
The second annual Outdoor Adventure Film Grant – “Oregon’s Outdoors Are For Everyone” is open for applications – closes January 31st.
The Grant is being provided by the #
OregonMade Creative Foundation in conjunction with Travel Oregon. This grant will provide $20,000 in funding to enable the selected applicant to create a short film that specifically showcases the diversity of people, spirit, passion, and excitement of the outdoor-adventure, or, action sports film genres in the state of Oregon. This program specifically looks to support and encourage diversity of filmmaker and/or the subject matter, in front of and/or behind the camera. Continue reading... “2nd Annual Outdoor Adventure Film Grant – “Oregon’s Outdoors Are For Everyone” – Closes January 31st!”
Oregon’s Magical Winter Season Grant
The $15,000 “
Winter Season Grant
” is being provided by
the OregonMade Creative Foundation
and in conjunction wi
th Travel Oregon
to create a short film series of moving “postcard stories” that will captivate and encourage people to experience the winter season for themselves.
T he purpose of this grant is to support local content creators who are producing high-quality, innovative multimedia content about Oregon that inspires travel to or around the state. Continue reading... “OregonMade Creative Foundation & Travel Oregon Team Up To Offer “Winter Season Grant””
Oregon Film Office and Oregon State Parks planted 50 Sitka Spruce, Western Red Cedar, Douglas-fir, and Western Hemlock seedlings conifer trees at Gleneden Beach State Recreation site to mark the 50th anniversary of the Oregon Film Office and its long standing collaboration with Oregon State Parks.
Additionally, at this site, a sign was erected as part of the recently created the Historic Oregon Film Trail. The sign indicates that the movie, “
Sometimes A Great Notion” was filmed very close to the park and in and around the Siletz River area. Continue reading... “Oregon Film & Oregon State Parks Plant 50 Trees in Celebration of 50 Years Of Oregon Film Office (Plus The First Historic Oregon Film Trail Sign Is Installed)”
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”