Drawing an audience of 38,000, the Portland International Film Festival (PIFF) is the biggest film event in Oregon, premiering more than 140 international shorts and feature films to Portland audiences annually. Audiences can experience a variety of parties, visiting artists, and plenty of festival adventure taking in this feast of cinematic fare.
The 39th Portland International Film Festival begins tonight. They will be showcasing 97 features and 62 shorts from around the globe. Get tickets here. Continue reading... “39th Portland International Film Festival Starts Tonight!”
This week the the 35th Portland International Film Festival begins its three week celebration of cinema from all over the globe. The festival begins on Thursday night (February 9) with the film “Salmon Fishing In The Yemen” which was directed by Lasse Hallstrom. For a complete listing of the films and schedule, click here.
Also in the horizon is POW fest March 8-12, the Ashland Independent Film Festival which is April 12-16, and Cinema Pacific in Eugene April 18-22. Continue reading... “Film Festival Update: PIFF, POW Fest, Ashland, Bend, Cinema Pacific”
Shawn Levy wrote a nice article today about the Portland International Film Festival line up for week two. Be sure to check out the festival lineup. Continue reading... “PIFF writeup in Oregonian today”